Grays Antiques Market is located in the heart of the London W1 postcode area at 58 Davies Street W1, close to New Bond Street and Grosvenor Square.
Established in 1977 by Bennie Gray, Grays Antiques Market is located within a restored Grade II listed building, with sections built on the River Tyburn, a underground tributary that leads to the river Thames.
Grays Antiques Market stands within reach of the Mayfair, Marylebone and Fitzrovia areas of west London.
Grays Antiques Market is a great place to look for rare jewellery, watches and coins. There are over 200 stalls located within Grays Antiques Market dealing in a wide range of products including paintings, prints and posters, in addition to frames and mirrors.
Visitors will also discover a wide range of vintage clothing and accessory stalls within Grays Antiques Market, which is open Monday to Friday, between 10.00am-18.00pm.
The market is home to the Victory Cafe and Milk Bar, a retro cafe that specialises in traditional homemade British dishes made from the freshest ingredients. Reasonably priced vegetarian options are available to diners at the Victory Cafe and Milk Bar, which is located in the basement of Grays Antiques Market.
The Victory Cafe and Milk Bar is open between 10.00am-17.30pm Monday to Friday.
Grays Antiques Market is located 150m south of Oxford Street W1, home to department stores including House of Fraser, John Lewis and Selfridges, in addition to flagship stores from brands such as H&M, Nike and Topshop.
Other places of interest located near Grays Antiques Market include the impressive Wallace Collection, located in the exceptional Hertford House on Manchester Square W1 (400m north-west) and Hyde Park, home of the Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain, located 700m west, behind Park Lane W1.
Grays Antiques Market stands close to the excellent public transport services of Baker Street W1 and Oxford Street. Bond Street Underground Station, which provides Central and Jubilee line services to destinations including Oxford Circus, Marble Arch and Warren Street, stands 100m north of Grays Antiques Market.
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|Bond Street Station||1||Central - Jubilee||0.12 miles|
|Oxford Circus Station||1||Central - Bakerloo - Victoria||0.52 miles|
|Marble Arch Station||1||Central||0.68 miles|
|Green Park Station||1||Piccadilly - Victoria - Jubilee||0.82 miles|
|Piccadilly Circus Station||1||Bakerloo - Piccadilly||1.07 miles|
|London Marylebone Station||1.40 miles|
|Charing Cross London Station||1.77 miles|
|London Euston Station||1.96 miles|
|London Paddington Station||1.99 miles|
|London Victoria Station||2.06 miles|