Leadenhall Market is one of London’s oldest markets

Located in the historic centre of London, Leadenhall Market is one of the oldest closed markets in London dating back to the 14th many London attraction sites the ornate roof of the market proves to be a main tourist attractor. The roof was designed by Sir Horace Jones in 1881. The market operates from 7 am until late and mainly sells fresh food. Among the vendors the regulars are Cheesemongers, butchers and florists.

Apartments West London state the Leadenhall Market is quite an interesting place to visit harboring vendors of all ethnicities. The main entrance to the market is on Gracechurch street. The market received a facelift through redesign in 1990 – 1991 that won a spot in Civic Trust Award in 1994. Leadenhall Market took park in the Olympic Marathon course, runners passed through the market three times through Whittington Avenue to Lime Street. 

To quench your thirst for diversity and differentiation, we suggest visiting Piccadilly Circus. The self-catering accommodation of Apartments near Westfield London is closely located to many of London’s attraction sites with ample bus routes and tube stations directly leading to the place of intention. 

Leadenhall Market is a beautiful covered Victorian market that also has shops, pubs and restaurants. It is a popular place for city workers to visit during lunch as Lloyd’s of London and Bank of England are close to the Leadenhall market. The market has been managed by the City of London Corporation since 1411. Some of the famous visitors include Harry Potter, John Wayne and Clint Eastwood. The market is a feast for the eyes and a place for a photographer who loves Victorian architecture. The architecture comprises of lead, steel, brick and glass adorning the building in stunning ways that it blends between the old times with the new. Leadenhall Market is a warm glow in a sea of modern concrete buildings.

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