Horniman Market

The Horniman Market is open every Sunday to pick-up your weekly essentials direct from independent and local producers, located in our Gardens.

Located on the Bandstand Terrace, you will find stalls selling seasonal fruit and vegetables, artisan bread and cheese, organic meat and delicious street food.

If that’s not enough to have you feeling like our overstuffed walrus, we also have regular guest traders specialising in treats such as luxury chocolates, delightful drinks, irresistible cakes, and tasty pickles and preserves.

Alongside food stalls, you’ll find body care, clothing, jewellery, design and craft​; most are locally produced, ethical and many use environmentally friendly materials, natural and organic ingredients.

Strict and enhanced hygiene measures are in place with all traders. We also ask that you sanitise your hands and only touch produce you intend on buying. Please pay for goods using contactless methods.

Second-hand Sundays

Second hand clothes on an outdoor stall

This sale with a repurposing, reusing and recycling focus is a great way to spring clean and earn some extra money. Second-hand Sundays will take place semi-regularly alongside our weekly Sunday Market.

We are seeking traders selling:

  • Pre-loved/second-hand clothing and accessories
  • Homewares
  • Baby clothes
  • Toys
  • Games and books
  • Unwanted gifts
  • Vintage/reclaimed materials reworked into new products
  • Also, sample seconds if you’re a maker of new goods

If you are interested in being a stallholder please read the terms and conditions before completing the form.

5 May

To apply for one of the remaining outdoor stalls at May’s Second-hand Sunday please email Louise at hornimanmarket@horniman.ac.uk

9 June

Stallholder applications are now open for the Second-hand Sunday on 9 June.

Stallholders (note, not all stallholders attend every week)

Intermittent Weeks

Craft, Design and Body Care

Please check our Instagram posts for weekly trader lists and guests.

Information for Market Traders

Information for Food Traders

Information for Non-food Traders

Main image: Mel Poole on Unsplash