Markets in Salisbury
Salisbury has held a market charter for many years and the city’s regular markets continue to draw visitors and locals alike into the city centre.
The Charter Market takes place each Tuesday and Saturday in the historic Market Place. The only exception is the third week in October when the Charter Fair comes to the city.
At the market you’ll find fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, fish, clothing, furniture and homeware items as well as a local farmers’ market section.
The Salisbury Artisan Market is held the first Sunday of every month.
Vintage Markets selling vintage clothing, jewellery, antiques and bric-a-brac are held on various Fridays from March to October and Foodie Friday Markets take place on the various Fridays from March to October. See our what's on pages for more details.
One of the most popular draws for visitors to the city over the festive season, Salisbury Christmas Market opens from late November and runs until just before Christmas. Over 70 beautifully decorated wooden chalets will be showcasing some of the area’s finest artisan products, in the beautiful Guildhall Square in the centre of Salisbury.
This year’s Christmas Market will be showcasing lots of new and exciting stall holders as well as some old favourites. Beautiful hand crafted gifts, decorations and homewares will be available alongside delicious festive food and drink, with many stallholders sourcing or making their products in the south west.
Salisbury Christmas Market is a truly festive affair and attracts thousands of visitors from all over the country. Accommodation gets booked up fast while the market is on, so why not book it online here.
A two day continental market comes to the city three times a year, bringing a host of European products and delicacies to Salisbury Market Place. From French crepes and cheese to Dutch tulips and German sausages – you’ll be sure to find something to tickle your fancy.
Details of both the Late Night Markets and the Continental Markets will be posted on our events listings.