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Day out with Thomas
Day out with Thomas

Winchester city centre is full of local, independent shops full of hidden gems for visitors to discover, but did you know the city also hosts a collection of unique markets brimming with unique produce and treasures?

Winchester Farmers’ Market

Second and last Sunday of the month: 9am – 2pm

The city centre becomes a celebration of local produce every second and last Sunday of the month as the largest farmers market in the UK is located in the Broadway area. Packed with over 80 producers there is something to satisfy every appetite. Meat, cheese, ice cream, honey, breads, cakes, fresh fish and a huge variety of fruit and vegetable – you are sure to leave inspired. Find out who will be attending the mid month and end of month markets so you can prepare your stomach for the delicious tastes Hampshire has to offer. With all that browsing don’t forget to stop at the food to go stalls to enthuse your taste buds further.

A selection of raw vegtables with someone reaching to take one

Winchester’s Weekly Market

Friday & Saturday

Every week local favourites take to the lower high street (from The Broadway end) selling a vast variety of goods at the Winchester Market. Currently Friday and Saturday, this market offers a wide variety from fresh flowers, fruit and vegetables to fashion, bric-a-brac, jewelry and much more.

Market -® Harvey Mills Photography 2017

Market -® Harvey Mills Photography 2017

Art and design market

Third Sunday of the month: 10am – 4pm

The Art and design market currently takes place in the Broadway and is the perfect please to indulge in some quality art and crafts from the artists and makers themselves. Choose from fine art, mixed media, graphics, glass jewellery, photography, textiles, cards, carvings, prints vintages clothes and much more. Visit every third Sunday of the month to find the perfect piece for your home.

Winchester buttercross market-® Harvey Mills Photography 2017

® Harvey Mills Photography 2017

Visit the Winchester City Council Markets page for more information.