The event takes place every Saturday and Sunday at 12pm to 5pm. There's no need to register - it's first come, first served and free for 3-10 year olds.
The easiest way to get to Boxpark Croydon is via public transport. From inner London, head to Victoria and catch the Southern Rail service to East Croydon. The park is right opposite on George Street.
There is no dedicated parking but there are side streets with free parking near Cherry Orchard Road. Public transport is highly recommended.
Baby-changing and accessible toilet facilities are available in the bathrooms upstairs to the right of the park and downstairs. Boxpark Croydon can be accessed by wheelchair at both the Dingwall Road entrance and the George Street entrance. There is also a lift situated between the George Street and East Croydon entrances to give you easy access to both floors at Boxpark Croydon.
This venue is known for hosting some of the best street food vendors in London, from Bao Bao and Fish, Wings And Tings to vegan kebab place What The Pitta and Dum Dums Doughnuts.
The Kids' Table operates on a first come, first served basis, so no prior booking is necessary. Check the website ahead of your visit to Boxpark Croydon. Most of the time, its a family-friendly venue, but on the odd occasion, special events may have an age restriction on them.