Looking for markets in Durham? Pedddle have some ideas for you!
Durham is a historic city in the northeast of England, which has a variety of markets that offer a range of goods and experiences for you to have a great market experience.
We’ve included some info on our top 8 Markets in Durham…
Top 8 Markets in Durham
- Little Bird Markets: As long-standing members of Pedddle, we are big fans of Little Bird! They offer traditional markets all over Yorkshire. If you’re looking for artisan goods, these markets are where you’ll find them! Click here to see what’s on next.
- Made.UpNorth: Promoting northern makers, craftspeople and businesses at a variety of in-person events, all over the north of England, you’ll find great artisans and handmade items at Made.UpNorth markets.
- Durham Farmers’ Market: This market usually takes place on the third Thursday of each month in the Market Place in Durham. A long-standing, traditional outdoor market, you can find local farmers and producers selling fresh produce, artisan foods and handmade crafts.
- Durham Craft Market: This market focuses on showcasing the work of local artisans and crafters. You can find a variety of handmade goods, including jewellery, artwork, pottery, textiles and more.
- Durham Market Hall: This traditional indoor market space is located in the heart of Durham and offers a wide range of products including fresh produce, meats, seafood, baked goods, clothing, crafts and more.
- Durham Vintage and Antiques Market: If you’re interested in vintage items and antiques, this market is a great place to explore. It often features a diverse selection of retro clothing, furniture, collectibles and vintage treasures.
- Durham Christmas Market: This seasonal market usually takes place during the holiday season, offering festive decorations, gifts, seasonal foods and a joyful atmosphere.
- Durham French Market: Occasionally, French markets or themed markets might visit Durham, offering a taste of French culture and products. Something a little different to discover!
The best way to discover local gems is to check Pedddle and just get out there! You can also search the Durham County Council website, local event listings and social media channels.