Camden Markets and optional canal boat cruise along Regents Canal Sunday 12th September 2021
£29.50 adults - £25 children
£45 adults - £32.50 children (With 1 ½ hour canal boat cruise)
Camden is known for its avant garde fashion designers, cutting edge musicians, talented artists and craftsmen, exciting clubs and music venues but, above all, it is known for its markets. Each weekend people descend on the markets to browse and shop or just hang out, soak up the atmosphere and meet friends in the many local bars and restaurants. Camden is the largest street market in the UK, although actually it is a collection of six separate markets, each with their own distinct and unique style. There are hundreds of designer workshops, studios, stalls, shops, cafes, restaurants and bars selling an individual and extensive array of high quality goods from designer, alternative & vintage clothing and accessories to one-off pieces of art, furnishings, antiques, jewellery, records & CD’s collectables, arts & crafts and international food.
You can only really experience the real atmosphere of Camden on the weekend. The streets are thronging with people, music entertains you along the way, your senses are assaulted with an explosion of colour from every side while exotic cooking smells entice from restaurants and food stalls in all directions.
An optional trip we are also offering is a 1 ½ hour boat trip on a traditionally designed and decorated canal narrow boat along Regent’s Canal. Come and explore London's historic and picturesque Regents Canal as the narrow boat passes through the lock, before passing through London Zoo, Regent's Park, and the short Maida Hill canal tunnel, to emerge at Robert Browning’s Island at "Little Venice", where you will circle the Island before returning to Walkers’s Quay at Camden.. During the cruise, the knowledgeable crew gives an interesting commentary.
The Jenny Wren is equipped with a full-length canopy for protection against rain.
We shall operate this trip with reduced passenger numbers
in line with the latest advice and recommendations from the
Confederation of Passenger Transport.