Gift Shops around London

Local gift, souvenir and craft shops in EC3N. Related Headings also shown are Clocks & Watches - Sales & Repair, Designers - Jewellery, Fashion Accessories, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths
Local craft shops and centres, sewing shops and supplies, knitting, patchwork and needlecraft supplies in EC3N. Also click here for Related Headings with Clothing & Fabrics - Knitwear & Textiles and Potteries

Gift Shops

SUCK UK Alternative Gifts (OXO Tower)

Oxo Tower Wharf, Barge House St, London SE1 9PH, UK – 020 7928 0855

Very interesting design!

Love this quirky gift shop, always find something fun to gift. Especially love the cork cactus 🌵

Red Bus Shop

59-61 York Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 7NJ, UK – 020 7401 7033

Fabulous shop! Lovely and clean, well organized. The staff were very knowledgeable and helpful, nothing was too much trouble. The prices were the best I had come across too. Definitely worth a visit

It's my favorite souvenir shop, with very friendly staff, and their prices are cheaper than some other shops around this area.

The Shop at St Paul's Cathedral

The Chapterhouse, St. Paul's Churchyard, London EC4M 8AD, UK – 020 7246 8363

Tourist souvenirs shop. Friendly staff. Located inside of St Pauls Cathedral. It has some music cds, religious souvenirs etc.

Recently refurbished

Crafts Shops

Fabrications

7 Broadway Market, Dalston, London E8 4PH, UK – 020 7275 8043

Fabrications taught myself and my daughter to crochet in the same class without us falling out, arguing or competing with each other - therefore they fully deserve the five stars. Apart from great classes with excellent teachers and a fun atmosphere they also offer a fortnightly crafting club, good selection of wools, great packs to make something crafty with and well sourced items made from recycled items. All round a treasure trove of wonderful ideas with helpful and accommodating staff. If you want any advice, learn a new crafting skill or just need some inspiration you would be hard pushed to find anywhere better; locally or otherwise.

Good for all things fabric-related including training & community events.

Midas Touch Crafts

Queensborough Community Centre, 11 Scovell Rd, London SE1 1PX, UK – 020 8650 6912

A fun and friendly experience - made three pottery items in just 2 hours. Naz and the volunteers don't have much time to spend teaching you skills because there were so many of us, but they're all so friendly, work very hard and are happy to help when you ask. It's more a case of being given materials and inspiration and getting on with it. It's a fun environment to work in. There was music and tea and it's definitely an easy place to go, do something different, make friends, and best of all, profits go to cancer! Loved it!

Thank you so much for such a wonderful, energetic and interactive workshop. Both my sister and I thoroughly enjoyed it and found the whole process a great way to tap into our creativity in a therapeutic way! We will be back! I also love the fact that you are dong this for non-profit and that all the proceeds go to Cancer Research and Macmillan. Hats off to you x

Cowling & Wilcox Limited

112 Shoreditch High St, London E1 6JN, UK – 020 7033 3685

Has a good selection of art and craft supplies, and is much bigger than you might suspect from the outside. Prices are reasonable, and chances are good you'll find what you're looking for. Staff at the till are helpful and knowledgeable, although staff round the store seemed keen to ignore my existence. I don't know if that's because of the wheelchair or the way they treat all customers, but it meant I left without some things I'd probably have bought if I could have engaged with a human being before reaching the till, and once there, the queue behind me guaranteed I wouldn't be asking for more. The lady at the till was charming and helpful, as well as considerate, opening the door to the shop to help me exit before going back to continue serving waiting customers. It is possible to get a powerchair around most of the shop, with just a couple of areas where the layout effectively means you can't get through or around to see some things, and it is this that prevented me finding for myself the things the floor staff could have helped me with, had they been prepared to engage.

Great place but quite small. Received help and was given advice on the best products