Although famous for housing some of the heavyweights of education, health and law, Camden borough also has many other attractions. It is notable for shopping and has some of London's finest drinking establishments. Unusually for a central London area, it also has many open spaces as well as the typical world famous attractions. Most notably the legendary Camden Markets. Camden Lock Market, by the canal, was the original craft market, established in 1974, but now has a much wider spectrum of goods on sale. Both this and the ever popular Camden Stables Market - centre of the alternative fashion scene, Camden (Buck Street) Market and Inverness Street Market - which thrived on local trade long before tourists discovered Camden, are all open, at least in parts, every day, making the area well worth a mid-week visit. But it is at the weekend that the market scene jumps fully into life with all stalls and shops at the above-mentioned markets fully trading and the lively Camden Canal Market opening Friday to Sunday. The indoor fashion market at the Electric Ballroom opens on Sunday only. Camden Borough has had many famous residents including: Charles Dickens, John Keats, George Bernard Shaw, James Maynard Keynes, Virginia Woolf, Helana Bonham Carter, Ewan McGregor, Rachel Weisz and Kate Winslet. Best schools: Primary - St Paul's C of E, New End, Emmanuel, Holy Trinity and St Silas; Secondary - City of London (Boys and Girls Grammar schools), Westminster School (Boys Grammar), Queen's College (Girls Grammar), St Marleybone C of E, and More House.