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There is something rather special about wandering around a market, particularly if   the market you have chosen includes a food stall or somewhere to buy a cup of tea or coffee so that you can sit or stand and watch the world go by.

In our area we have a variety of choices from standard street markets to farmers market , markets selling Antiques and  markets selling vintage  goods and  more.

So if you want to know just where to go and what to expect, take a wander through our guide to local markets.

If you run a market or know of a good market  just contact us with some details to be included in this guide. 

The Welwyn Garden City Food & Craft Market

Held on the first Saturday & the third Saturday of each month. (except January and February) outside Debenhams in the town centre.Click HERE for market dates Featuring local & national traders selling a wide range of produce, gifts, crafts and much more.


Harpenden Farmers Market

Last Sunday of every month

It’s a vibrant mixture of food and vegetables , speciality breads  and cheeses  all the way through to crafts and jewellery  and lots in between. Many of the Harpenden High streets shops are also open and that of course includes tea and coffee shops. It’s worth a visit and starts around 11 am – on the last Sunday of the Monday. High Street Harpenden



St Albans Street Market

Every Wednesday and Saturday

The markets stalls wind their way down along the main street in St Albans and offer most things from fresh fruit and vegetables through to handbags and hats. there is often a musician or two playing for free and burger vans and fish stalls and many others.


Redbourn Boot Sales

Every Sunday morning

In the fields just by the Hertfordshire county ground the Redbourn Boot sale seems enormous with what seems like hundreds of stalls and of course open car boots offering a staggering array of goods and chattels. If you like a rummage and have an eye for a bargain, then it’s worth a visit.


St Albans Antique and Vintage Market

Starting January 19th Sundays, once a month (ish), have got a whole lot more interesting in St Albans City Centre. An outdoor street market right in the heart of this amazing Cathedral City bringing all manner of Antiques, Vintage, Brocante, Architectural Salvage.... in fact anything old and interesting we can find for you... is brought to you... and is sure to inspire you! Click here for details


Kimpton Farmers Market

2nd and last Friday of each month

At the Dacre Rooms Kimpton High Street

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