Market opening times
If you can’t make it to the Market, Borough Market Online offers a wide selection of our traders’ produce, delivered direct to London addresses and, where available, by post to the rest of the UK.
8 Southwark Street, London, SE1 1TL
How to get here
Trains & underground
We are conveniently located right beside the London Bridge rail terminal and London Underground station (Jubilee line). The Northern line (Bank branch) will be closed between Kennington and Moorgate from 15 January to mid-May 2022, but we are just a short bus journey away from Moorgate (21, 43 or 141).
There are several bike racks within the Market, as well as cycle hire docks on both Southwark Street and Park Street.
The Market is well served by bus stops on Southwark Street, Borough High Street and London Bridge, and at London Bridge station.
Borough Market consists of three main areas: Three Crown Square (larger producers and merchants), Green Market (small, specialist produce traders) and Borough Market Kitchen (street food traders). Surrounding the Market, you’ll find a complementary blend of restaurants, bars and shops.
The Market’s public spaces are laid out on a single ground-floor level, so have no need for lifts or stairs. However, a few of our restaurant buildings are multi-storey.
Due to its historic nature, our estate contains several different surfaces (including some cobbles), with some areas harder to access than others. The passageways are of varying widths – from 1.5 metres to 4 metres. At peak times, particularly Saturday afternoons, visitor numbers can be high.
Fully-fitted accessible WCs with emergency pull strings can be found in four locations during Market trading hours, with no radar access key required. The Borough Market Store, located just inside the main Market entrance, is fully accessible for wheelchair users and is a good place to request further information (currently closed due to Covid restrictions).