The richly decorated Victorian Leadenhall Market in the City of London is being filled with neon lighting from Gods Own Junkyard later this month.
About the Leadenhall MarketA richly decorated former meat/poultry market that's been on this site for over 700 years.
The current building is Victorian and a classic of the style, and while the market has left, the shops are now filled with cafes, food, drink and up-market retailers.
The market streets are open all the time to wander around, although naturally, the shops are open normal hours.
IMPORTANT - Although venues are reopening, their hours may differ from normal, and most now need prebooking before you visit.
Link to Leadenhall Market's website
Leadenhall Market Map
Fequently asked questions
Is the market free to visit
The market is free to visit and the streets that run through it are open all the time
When is Leadenhall Market open?
The shops and cafes within the market maintain normal retail hours, but the market building itself is open 24/7
Where was Harry Potter filmed?
The entrance to wizarding pub and inn, The Leaky Cauldron is an opticians in Bull's Head Passage, a smaller side street next to the market.
What's the nearest railway station to Leadenhall Market
The nearest station is Monument which is 0.2 miles away.