One of the newest markets on the antique and collecting scene in London is the Wembley Park Antiques Market. This market first took place in 2021 and it brings together a diverse array of the country’s best antique dealers. However, it is not just dealers from the UK that fill up the 700 spaces available for stalls here. Some traders also come from Europe to join this thriving and popular addition to London‘s market calendar.
Wembley Park Antiques Market takes place at the end of each month, all through the year. A huge, outdoor venue is utilized for the market, though the whole trading area is also covered so this event takes place come rain or shine. Thankfully, the venue lies outside of London’s congestion charge zone, so both traders and shoppers traveling by road need not worry about this. The pitches for vendors are spacious and access to the venue is large enough to accommodate any vehicle. It is even possible to drive a lorry in!
Shoppers and collectors can find the weird, wonderful, and everything in between at Wembley Park Antiques Market. The space is very well organized and it is clear where one vendor’s goods end and another begins. This makes it a pleasure to walk around and it is easy to see all the goods that are up for grabs. Shoppers can expect to find pieces of furniture, artwork, glassware, chinaware, ornamental items, lighting fixtures, vintage clothing, busts, signs and advertising, kitchenware, vintage jewelry, silverware, comics, and more. There is definitely something for everyone here!
When you need a break from Wembley Park Antiques Market and a little extra fuel to continue bargain hunting, the award-winning Acklam Kitchen street food market has everything you need! The market opens up first thing in the morning and of course, collectors will want to hit the stalls early to see the newest items on the scene. With so many vendors to check out, many shoppers will want to spend a good few hours searching the wares here, so having such an incredible food market next door is ideal!