Camden Market Hawley Wharf’s Spring Festival

More power to the flower

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Camden Market is celebrating the arrival of brighter days with a whole array of flower-powered installations and activities over the coming weeks.

These include a stunning floral meadow and Camden-inspired hanging gardens, taking over the arches and public squares of Hawley Wharf over two weekends (full line-up below).

You’ll find fresh and dried flower sellers lining the canal-side quay, while narrowboat cruises set off up the Regent’s Canal hosted by Half Hitch Gin, who have a distillery based in the heart of Camden Market. 

Meanwhile, newly-opened waterfront taproom 3 Locks Brewery will be hosting a Frühlingsfest (the springtime equivalent of the bigger autumnal Oktoberfest)  complete with a roaming brass band. And for little ones, there’s face painting, a merry-go-round and more to make sure they’re fully entertained all day. 

It promises to be a unique draw, especially for locals looking to explore more of Camden Market Hawley Wharf (here’s our complete guide to the food, entertainment and shopping found there), celebrating the arrival of spring beside (or floating along) Camden’s famous waterways.

Many events are free, but you can secure tickets to the paid ones in advance.  

Weekend 1 | 22-23rd April
  • My Lady Garden floral meadow (installation runs 20th-23rd)
  • Fruhlingsfest at 3 Locks Brewery
  • Bavarian Brass Band
  • Dried Flower Stall
  • Canal Cruise with Half Hitch Gin
  • Face Painting & Carousel Rides for kids
  • Fresh tulips and flower stall with Roka Brings Flowers (Sunday only)
Weekend 2 | 29-30th April
  • Camden-inspired hanging gardens by Elle Shoel FlwrGrl (installation runs 29-30th)
  • Fruhlingsfest at 3 Locks Brewery
  • Bavarian Brass Band
  • Dried Flower Stall
  • Face Painting & Carousel Rides for kids
  • Fresh tulips and flower stall with Roka Brings Flowers (Sunday only)

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