Frequently asked questions

Where is the nearest Underground / train station?

London Bridge is on the Northern and Jubilee lines of the London Underground and has mainline rail links from many parts of London and the southeast of England 

Can I park at Borough Market?

Customer parking has been temporarily allocated in Jubilee Place for those shopping in the Market and unable to travel on foot or via public transport. 

There are numerous alternative car parks within a short walking distance of the Market, including Snowsfields NCP.

Is Borough Market in the Congestion Charge zone?

Yes, the Market is in the Congestion Charge zone. For rates and how to pay please refer to the TfL website.

How accessible is Borough Market?

Borough Market is all on one ground floor level, so there are no lifts or stairs in use in public areas within the Market itself, only within some restaurants on the estate. It is a multi-surface site, with some areas harder to access than others, and with varying width passageways (from 1.5 metre to 4 metres wide) and some cobbles due to the historic nature of the site. There are also high visitor numbers at peak times.

There are fully-fitted accessible WCs with emergency pull strings in four locations within the Market, all of which are open during Market trading hours, not requiring radar access key.

There is communal seating in both the Market Hall and in Borough Market Kitchen, both areas being open to the public during Market trading hours.

The Borough Market Store is fully accessible for wheelchair users and a good place to request information.

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