Discover what's fresh for you at Covent Garden Market! Formally established in 1845, Covent Garden Market is one of London Ontario's most treasured cultural landmarks.In years past, farmers and shoppers mingled on sawdust covered floors where everything and anything was sold: meat, wild raspberries - even fire wood!
Today, the Market continues to be a centre of rural and urban exchange where wholesome, farm-fresh quality can be found each day of the week - from the city's best selection of organic foods, award-winning meats, ethnic foods, and the largest assortment of cheese in Southwestern Ontario to tempting sweets, beautiful flowers, and elegant restaurants.
Visit the twice-weekly seasonal outdoor farmers' market and find the fresh produce, meats, baking, and other products produced right here in Southwestern Ontario. Meet real farmers. Learn about the foods you eat. Arts and culture are the focus of the Market's mezzanine where a number of London's cultural organizations and artists are located - even an art school and a theatre! Public spaces both indoors and out as well as the seasonal Rotary Rink makes the Market a centre for both community activity and special events. From Market Hall, the Labatt Lounge, and The London Free Press Market Kitchen on the mezzanine to Market Square at the west end of the property, there are spaces suitable for a variety of public and private functions. To find out more about facility rental opportunities, contact the Market at (519) 439-3921.