Strutton Ground Market

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Strutton Ground Market is a small street market held on weekdays near Victoria, London.[1] This market is one of the most centrally located street markets in London. It is just a few minutes walk from the Palace of Westminster, Westminster Abbey and Parliament Square to the east (0.6 km); Victoria railway station (0.6 km) to the west; and Buckingham Palace (0.6 km) along Buckingham Gate to the north-east.

View of the Strutton Ground Market

The market is open weekdays from 1000 to 1600.[2] The market mainly caters for local residents and the office population in the immediate Victoria Street area, but is becoming increasingly popular with tourists.[3]

Market Goods[edit]

  • Fruit and vegetables
  • Flowers
  • Hardware/electricals
  • Books
  • Coffee
  • Office and Casual wear
  • Hats, scarves and accessories
  • Hot food (continental style hot dishes for lunch)
  • West Indian snacks

The market is organised and regulated by Westminster City Council. The coffee stall "Flatcap" won Westminster City Council's 2010 Market Trader of the Year award,[4] voted for by customers.

Location[edit]

Strutton Ground
Westminster
London SW1P 2HP

The market is located on a narrow cobbled street - Strutton Ground - between Victoria Street and Greycoat Place/Great Peter Street. The closest tube stations are St. James's Park (Circle and District Lines) and Victoria (Circle, District and Victoria Lines).

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] at westminster.gov.uk
  2. ^ [2] QYPE London Westminster
  3. ^ [3] UK Attraction
  4. ^ [4] Trader of the Year - Westminster City Council 2010

Coordinates: 51°29′50″N 0°08′02″W / 51.497222°N 0.133901°W / 51.497222; -0.133901