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Commercial Street, E1
Nearest Tube: Liverpool Street
This huge undercover market dates back to 1682 and the reign of Charles II (1660-85). It was once the biggest fruit and veg market in London, but then in 1991 the majority of the market was moved to Waltham Forest.
Today, however, there is still a Spitalfields Market on the original site, albeit much smaller. You will find arts, crafts, clothes, books and antique stalls, throughout the week. And then on Sundays, which is the best day to visit the market, there are fruit and veg stalls a-plenty.
Spitalfields Market is open on Sundays from 8am to 5pm.
|Spitalfields Market has also gone down in history for being the place where Jack the Ripper's first victim was found.|
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