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10,000+ locations globally
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Rated 4.9 by 456,858+ people

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asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Camden Market?

    The price for luggage storage near Camden Market starts from just £4.30/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Camden Market?

    There are multiple locations in the Camden Market area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near St. Albans City Station, Harpenden Railway Station (HPD), and Redhill Railway Station (RDH) and all over London.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Camden Market?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Camden Market.

  • Are there storage lockers near Camden Market?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Camden Market area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Camden Market and in the broader London area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping guarantee.

  • What public transportation exists near Camden Market?

    Popular metro stations like Waterloo London Underground Station, Oxford Circus London Underground Station, or Embankment London Underground Station can be used for nearby transit. When traveling within London near Camden Market, you may be close to some bus stations: Victoria Coach Station, Stratford Bus Station, or Victoria Coach Station Arrivals Hall. If traveling by train, London Paddington Railway Station (PAD), London St Pancras International Railway Station (STP), and London Liverpool Street Railway Station (LST) are nearest to Camden Market.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Camden Market?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Camden Market are GLH Hotels - Amba Hotel Marble Arch Costa Store, Millennium Gloucester Hotel London Kensington, and London Hilton on Park Lane. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Camden Market are The Green Man, No 8 Willesden, and Generator London.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Camden Market?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Camden Market are EL&N London, North Audley Cantine, and Hideaway.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Camden Market?

    Check out the nearby Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, and Regent's Park.


About Camden Market

Located within the Camden Town neighborhood, Camden Market is one of London’s famous outdoor markets. The market sits near the Regent’s Canal, an area previously occupied by warehouses to trade along the waterways. As trade among the warehouses dwindled, a makeshift market opened in the vicinity.

The market quickly became a haven for crafts and retail, and its popularity gravitated to other locals. A punk-rocker enclave then whimsical fashion scene, Camden Market solidified itself as a mainstay in London. Today, stalls operating here sell a wide range of goods ranging from books and trendy fashion to mouthwatering fast food. 

Camden Market remains one of London’s unique shopping venues where you won’t find chain stores. Most stalls operate throughout the week, but the weekends are the busiest times to explore more than 1,000 stalls. With around 250,000 weekly shoppers, the vendors always expect lots of potential business at this historic outdoor market. 

Things to do near Camden Market

While the market is the star attraction, there are lots of other fabulous shops, eateries, and cultural attractions in the area. You’ll find cuisine from across the globe, and Camden Town is home to many of London’s quirkiest retailers.

If you need an escape from the crowds or wish to unwind in London’s famous green spaces, there are urban parks and gardens a short walk away. Bounce has reliable storage options in the area to help you enjoy a fun-filled shopping spree, a peaceful day by the Regent’s Canal, or foodie adventure.  

  • Learn about Jewish culture and browse through numerous historic artifacts at the Jewish Museum London
  • Discover the hottest new music on the London indie scene at The Dublin Castle
  • Dine on delicious Vegan food at the Temple of Seitan
  • Escape the city noise by strolling along the Camden Lock Regent's Canal
  • Take a snapshot of the Amy Winehouse Statue
  • Step into the future by shopping inside the techno-crazed Cyberdog shop and listen to pulsating electronic music
  • Stop by Chin Chin Labs to taste their famous ice cream sandwiches and liquid nitrogen ice cream
  • Attend a raging concert at the Electric Ballroom

Transit options to Camden Market

  • London Underground via the Camden Town station on the Northern line
  • London Bus via the Camden Town Station (Stop X), Camden High Street (Stop CX), Camden Street (Stop R), Pratt Street (Stop J), Chalk Farm Morrisons (Stops CM & CN), Gloucester Avenue, or Regent’s Park Road (Stops A & K) bus stops
  • London Waterbus Company to cruise Regent’s Canal between Camden Lock and Little Venice

Luggage storage near Camden Market

With the enormous crowds that gather at Camden Market, securing your bag is always a smart idea. Bounce has convenient storage locations near Camden Market that let you shop and dine stress-free. 

You’re likely to find lots of souvenirs at this iconic market and hauling around a heavy bag can make it difficult to maneuver through the narrow corridors. Consider using Bounce’s luggage storage near Camden Market to make it easier to move around and navigate the crowds without the worries of losing your bag. 

Attractions and Activities near Camden Market

  • Camden Lock Market: From humble beginnings in an old timber yard to one of London’s sprawling shopping centers, Camden Lock Market has become an icon that’s a must-visit for tourists and locals alike. The dilapidated warehouse near the Regent’s Canal became Dingwalls Dance Hall in the 1970s, and the market opened with a few stalls soon after.
    By the next decade, Camden Lock Market grew into a vibrant retail hub that spawned many of London’s forward-thinking fashion designers. The market grew from just over a dozen stalls to well over 100, and news spread quickly of its affinity for chic clothing. Global celebrities such as David Bowie and Paul McCartney strolled through the market to further increase its fame beyond London.
    Today, Camden Lock Market welcomes nearly 30 million visitors each year, and thousands of vendors sell items ranging from arts & crafts, clothing, jewelry, antiques, food, and much more. Nearly 50 years after its founding, it remains one of London’s popular hangouts and one of the world’s iconic open-air markets.
  • Primrose Hill: Just beyond Camden Town, Primrose Hill is a grandiose green space that offers visitors terrific views of central London. Opened in 1842, the urban park features grassy areas, picnic areas, and has been home to several famous London residents. A collection of pubs, restaurants, and shops sit beside the park, and the entire area is a popular place to relax at all times of the day.
    The steep climb to the hilltop gives you a solid workout, but the panorama overlooking the trees is worth it. For a stunning picture, visit the park at sunset or at night to see London’s finest landmarks. Standing from the hill, you’ll see the London Eye, The Shard, BT Tower, and other famous attractions.
    Health-conscious Londoners head to the Hill Trim Trail to use the facilities of the outdoor gym. Primrose Hill Playground offers amenities catered to families hoping to relax or let the kids exercise. Near the playground, the Primrose Hill bridge provides easy access to the London Zoo.
  • ZSL London Zoo: Speaking of the London Zoo, this renowned institution is among the United Kingdom's best places to learn about creatures from around the world. Although created for scientific research in 1828, the facility opened its doors to the public two decades later. 
    With nearly 20,000 animals residing inside the zoo, its collection is one of the world’s most diverse. Some of the popular areas of the zoo include the Gorilla Kingdom, Land of the Lions, The Outback, Giants of the Galapagos, and Penguin Beach. 
    The zoo has housed numerous animals beloved by the public, and some of them inspired famous books and films. Famous movies such as An American Werewolf in London and Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone used the London Zoo as a backdrop in selected scenes. 

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