Just a few steps south of the Central Market is the Jubilee Market, supported by the vendors who trade there. Here you can find the unique craft or souvenir of your London visit. Here is where I purchased two photographic prints of London framed and matted.
From the Central Market and Piazza, the Covent Garden experience extends to other streets including popular Neal Street. Looking to add an edge to your wardrobe? You won't be disappointed by shopping here. Check out www.coventgardenmarket.co.uk for a shopping map of this street and beyond including the Central Market. Also find out why the pineapple is the symbol of market. Pictured below is a portion of Neal Street and one of its unique shops.
Near or around the Piazza you’ll find these attractions: The Royal Opera House, The London Transport Museum, The Theatre Museum (provided funds are found for its continued operation); the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (currently home to “The Lord of the Rings” musical); and the Lyceum Theatre (home to the long-running “The Lion King”). Pictured below: Theatre Royal, Drury Lane and the Royal Opera House.