Our new and improved Shop SE19 map.
We hope you love it...
Our FREE limited edition first print run is out there, grab 'em while they're hot.
Our reprints are here. Look out for them around Crystal Palace.
Well done if you've found one... and clicked the QR code
These maps are popular and sought after. Our first and limited edition print run of 500 went in a snap, so we've ordered more.
We have local high streets that change all the time. Even after going to print, there were at least two high street business changes.
View our new map as a collectible snapshot in time and let us know if you spot anything new.
Thank you to our wonderful artist Helen (Lady Crimplene Designs).
Where can I pick up my map?
Congratulations if you've tracked one down. Creating a map is all about getting people to come and explore and we want to see you! There's something a bit special about having your own copy to hold and look at vs. scrolling down a screen.
We will be organising a PDF soon and we are launching A2 posters on the weekend of the Crystal Palace Festival (17/18 Sept). The easiest way to stay updated on this and other exciting high street stuff is to sign-up for the ShopSE19 newsletter.
Our original map
Where it all started. In 2021, we decided we needed a new map to showcase independent high street businesses in Crystal Palace.
Thanks for visiting to find out more about it. Our redesign, which includes more businesses is out now in limited edition.
Our 2021 high street map was commissioned by Shop SE19 and lovingly created in an illustrated style by local artist Helen Desai, aka @LadyCrimplene
Just like the original, our new map captures some of the highlights and high street sights on a visit to Crystal Palace to #ShopSE19.
Making maps happen
Our original map was made entirely possible thanks to the funds raised in our Shop SE19 Community Raffle.
These funds have been an absolute lifeline and have allowed ShopSE19 to continue and offer valuable support to high street businesses: funding things like our 2021 Reopening posters and social media campaign, this website, our monthly newsletter and other promo materials to support our local high streets. Funds also allow us to pay local creatives and professionals a fair rate for the work they produce.
50+ local businesses contributed to the Raffles. We wanted to thank all of them and also welcome a selection of newer arrivals in Crystal Palace.
This year, our redesign is entirely thanks to contributions from our 2022 membership fees. Thank you to all the businesses who contributed to help get Crystal Palace re-mapped; and to Kate and Helen for getting it organised.
Stay tuned! And #ShopSE19
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Crystal Palace SE19
And if you don't get one of our first editions, there's always Google
Crystal Palace is very well-connected via public transport. Closest rail stations are Crystal Palace, Gipsy Hill, each a 10-minute walk or one stop on the bus to our hilltop centre.
The TfL bus station on Crystal Palace Parade covers many South London routes.
3-hours free parking is available at Sainsbury's on Westow Street.