Tuesday 9am to 5pm
Wednesday 9am to 5pm
Thursday 9am to 5pm
Friday 9am to 5pm
Saturday 9am to 5pm
Sunday 10am to 4pm
Closed on Mondays
Where to find us
Our address is Gravesend Borough Market, High Street, Gravesend Kent DA11 0AZ.
The market is one of the oldest markets in Kent.
The market is located behind The Old Town Hall and links the High Street with Queen Street.
Details of parking including costs and locations can be found on the Gravesham Borough Council website.
Travelling to the market
Closest train station:
Closest bus stop:
King Street, routes: 417, 480, 490, 483
West Street, routes: 190, 416, 417, 455, 480, 481, 483, 489, 490, 735, G1, H1, MEOPHAM1, NAG1, VIGO1
Closest bike rack:
If your cycling to the market we have bike racks available near the entrance.
There are numerous car parks within a short walking distance of the market.
Other transport includes the Tilbury Ferry.
History of Gravesend Borough Market
Gravesend Borough Market was chartered in 1268 and is one of the oldest markets in Kent.
For many years, the covered market was the premier destination for people in search of a bargain in the area. Weekend crowds travelling from near and far would flock to the town centre to get their shopping, whether it was groceries or household goods. While bargain hunting was the draw, some came just for the entertainment.
Gravesend Borough Market is situated in the heart of Gravesend town centre, just off the High Street and over looks the panoramic views of the River Thames.
The market in Gravesend is a new addition to the many other great markets in Kent. Aligned along each side of the newly-refurbished interior of the market are 16 permanent shops selling unique gifts, products and services including beauty, fashion, pet accessories, antiques and vintage, food and drinks, electronic repairs and more. Meet our traders.
Gravesend Borough Market re-opened to the public on Saturday the 3 December 2016. In February 2016 the historic market underwent a major refurbishment by Gravesham Borough Council with the assistance of £1.8 Million Coastal Communities Funding from the Government.
The extensive works were completed by Kent refurbishment specialists, Faithdean PLC.