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Whatever you're looking for, you'll find it at Camden Market. The multiple adjoining markets sell everything from crafts and bric-a-brac to clothes and food.
Families will love sifting through tons of treasure whilst exploring the masses of stalls. Weave through the stables of the old horse market and pose for a picture with the life-size bronze horse statues.
With world cuisines and trendy food trucks available, you're spoilt for choice when it comes to dining options, and your mouths will water as you breath in the tantalising scents of the churro stands.
Kidadler Abigael says, "My kids love going to Camden. Lots to look at. The food market is great for lunch or a crepe or dutch pancakes. Fresh juices. Upstairs from from food market is a lovely lady who does kids nails and feather hair extensions that can be taken out £5ish really lovely!"
Kidadler Jennifer recommends heading to the Jewish Museum afterwards: "would be a lovely half day out for 7 or 8 year olds plus I'd say. The Museum is just my kind of size! Not too big, you can easily spend between 1-2.5 hours there, there's a good amount of interaction (exhibits to touch, videos to watch, recordings to listen to). Also includes craft activities on the ground floor. There's a cafe there too. They also run free family entertainment sessions for 0-5s on Sundays once a month."
Parent of 1 boy and 1 girl
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