Markets in Belfast
Continental MarketContinental Market
Date: 24 - 27 May 2013
Venue: Belfast City Hall
Setting up your own marketIf you're interested in setting up a market or a car boot sale in Belfast you need a licence from the council. Find out more and how to apply for a licence
St George's MarketSt George’s Market is one of Belfast’s oldest attractions. It was built between 1890 and 1896 and is one of the best markets in the UK and Ireland. It holds a market on Friday, Saturday and Sunday each week. The market sells a variety of products including food, clothes, books and antiques.
Opening hours: 6am - 2pm City Food and Craft Market
Opening hours: 9am - 3pm Sunday Market
Opening hours: 10am - 4pm
Smithfield MarketSmithfield Market
The shopping mall consists of 28 retail units which contain a variety of retailers selling a wide range of goods and services such as picture framing, dressmaking, an art gallery and collectable comics.
History of the markets in BelfastHistory of the markets in Belfast
Belfast’s first market house of 1664 was located at the corner of High Street next to Cornmarket. By the 1900s, Belfast had around a dozen markets which sold everything from potatoes, pork, fowl, fish and vegetables to hay, straw, flax and poultry.
Contact UsMarkets Section
Belfast City Council
Cecil Ward Building
4-10 Linenhall Street
Telephone: 028 9032 0202
Fax: 028 9027 0501