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  • Indi S
    2 contributions
    So much selection and very aesthetic - in a good area, close to other things and easy to get to. Only downside was felt it was a bit overpriced.
    Written 19 February 2024
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  • SEAN
    57 contributions
    I have always wanted to visiting Camden Market as a massive fan of Amy Winehouse to see the statue and to check out some of the shops and stalls. I absolutely loved it here there is so much to see and do. Went for lunch when we were here and it was absolutely delicious.
    Written 21 February 2024
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  • SL
    London, UK82 contributions
    Buzzing place and suitable for all ages. Can get very busy with people but it's a great place for food, drinks, nd Market stalls.
    Written 16 February 2024
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  • Susan S
    Philadelphia, PA1,179 contributions
    Harrods is so famous--and so beautiful, especially when it is all lit up at night.
    It is lovely to walk through though most of the designer goods look a like all the designer goods I have seen in shops elsewhere. They do have a fabulous take-away food section with freshly prepared food. We stayed nearby and brought home some salmon, vegetable salads and they were all great. Fairly priced, too.
    Written 16 January 2024
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  • Ally D
    6 contributions
    What a wonderful world : an amazing Merry Christmas decorations and a great piano player. What's else ! While we were wainting to be seated for a delicious afternoon tea, we were able to listen to kind of a standard songs show. Thank you very much indeed for this special treat.
    Written 23 February 2024
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  • Phil25
    Hampshire, UK547 contributions
    Went with my partner and friends who are much more into art than I am and they all thought it was fantastic! I appreciated that it was very cleverly done - 4 rooms all with different types of art animated in slightly different ways - each room takes about 20 mins so allow 1.5 hours in total.
    We were there longer as we also visited the cafe afterwards - which was really very good with teas and delicious cakes at reasonable prices and lovely staff.
    Written 12 February 2024
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  • pab
    Peak District National Park, UK200 contributions
    Full of tourists but makes it a good vibe. Street food section superb and lots of choice. Stall holders are always giving out samples which is great…yum yum . As mentioned in previous reviews lack of toilets is a problem.
    Made the mistake of going into pret a manger which was disgusting.
    Written 10 February 2024
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  • SecretStarFinch
    106 contributions
    First time visiting and enjoyed the experience. So many food options from different nationality cuisines. The smells were amazing. There are some cute finds to ve found, loved the alpaca clothing.
    Written 21 February 2024
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  • Sam3314
    Derby, UK2,087 contributions
    A lovely small and quiet cafe. Love the impressionists gallery and you can get close to the pictures to admire them. Not too busy so you can really appreciate the art. Lots of stairs but there is a lift. Good gifts in the shop which you don't need to purchase a ticket for.
    Written 28 January 2024
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  • CKD
    Codsall, UK133 contributions
    A nice market with many stalls including everything from Crafts to cuisine from all pockets of the world. A really enjoyable walk through experience.
    Written 12 February 2024
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  • Safari40967071837
    1 contribution
    Had a good day . Shops varied feels homely John Lewis place to eat staff were very friendly and helpful. Good place to rest.
    Written 19 February 2024
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  • Jayne200047
    Suffolk, UK116 contributions
    Lovely place but gave up looking for the light show! We found the piano and bike rack that’s it. Sign on the tube but no direction from then on? What’s the point? Gave up in the end as so many places they could have been? Would recommend a map (the one on website makes no sense) or something to tell you where to go?! Disappointed
    Written 22 February 2024
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  • Sesentas
    Somerset, UK105 contributions
    Our first visit on a cold December morning. Although small, the sheer variety of outdoor food stalls/indoor restaurants makes this a great alternative market to the more crowded and perhaps overwhelming Borough Market. Good setup with outdoor tables and counters to sit at. We chose The Greek Pot which had delicious food at reasonable prices and generous portions—outstanding moussaka!
    Written 21 December 2023
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  • Cheekycockney190757
    Basildon, UK8,544 contributions
    Visited multiple times previously, the last of which was on Friday 29th December 2023. I find you never really visit the market as a destination in itself but as part of a wider/supplementary visit to the area. In that sense the market provides what you want insofar as visually it is a stunning location which stimulates an attractive atmosphere. The businesses or activities within the "Market" are limited tbh, there are a few bars and eateries as well as other random businesses but whether just walking through or stopping by to eat/drink or shop the real star is the building itself.
    Written 16 January 2024
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  • Clive W
    Orpington1,801 contributions
    This review is based on the Holbein exhibition.

    My friend and I pre-booked tickets and admission time some weeks ago, for a Friday morning. We had our ticket stamped so it is now valid for a year. Disappointingly, there was not a reduction for senior citizens. There were so many people at the exhibition that it was difficult to view the art on show. There were insufficient seats to sit and listen to the audio guide as so many people wanted to sit down. At one point, a long stream of people walked to the exit, clattering over the grille in the floor and it made such a noise it was impossible to concentrate. We were pleased at noon, when there was a talk, the room emptied so we could look in comparative peace! It seemed ridiculous that we saw people buying tickets for immediate entry when it was so crowded.

    Nevertheless, it was wonderful to admire Holbein’s skill, techniques and execution. For example, the fur on the Duke of Norfolk’s outfit was superbly depicted. The sketches of Sir Thomas Moore’s family were marvellous. Holbein’s methods and the context in which he painted were clearly explained. There are portraits, miniatures, charcoal/chalk sketches, armour and other Tudor portraits not by Holbein. The characters on show immersed the viewer in the Tudor world. We had never before seen portraits of Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain (Katharine of Aragon’s parents). The labels were excellent. The audio guide, included in the ticket price, was easy to use and clear. The staff were pleasant.
    Written 27 January 2024
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