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29 Street Markets to explore in England


England is a country that is part of the United Kingdom. The area now called England was first inhabited by modern humans during the Upper Paleolithic period but takes its name from the Angles, a Germanic tribe deriving its name from the Anglia peninsula, who settled during the 5th and 6th centuries. England's economy is one of the largest and most dynamic in the world, with an average GDP per capita of £28,100 or $36,000.

Northumberland Street
Northumberland StreetNorthumberland St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1, UK

Northumberland Street is a bustling high street running through the heart of Newcastle city centre. Shoppers can enjoy browsing major high street shops along the length of Northumberland Street, including shopping favourites H&M, Marks and Spencers, TK Maxx and Primark. It is home to a wide range of different retailers, banks and cafes, and in terms of rental per square foot, Northumberland Street is the most expensive location in the UK outside London to own a shop.

Norwich Market
Norwich Market1 Market Pl, Norwich NR2 1ND, UK

Norwich Market is an attractive and vibrant mix of food, crafts, flowers, services, and much more. One of the oldest and largest outdoor markets in the country, it has 189 stalls trading Monday to Saturday, with a handful open on Sundays. Browse through the stalls and you will find a fantastic range of goods and services; whether you’re after clothes, children’s toys, jewelry, household goods, flowers, keys cut or shoes mended, the market has it all!

Park Street
Park StreetPark St, Bristol, UK

Park Street is a major shopping street in Bristol. It boasts a great selection of trendy boutiques, music and book shops, bars, clubs and restaurants, as well as being perfect for sightseeing with their iconic buildings. By night Queens Road and Park Street offer a selection of hip pubs and stylish speakeasies, plus plenty of lively nightclubs to dance the night away.

Penny Lane
Penny LanePenny Ln, Liverpool L18, UK

Penny Lane is a Street in the Merseyside city of Liverpool and measures approximately 887 metres long. It was the location for a significant tram and bus terminus for several routes, and buses with "Penny Lane" displayed were common throughout Liverpool. The street and bus depot became a place of international interest as a result of the Beatles' song "Penny Lane".

Skirlington market
Skirlington marketHornsea Rd, Skipsea, Driffield YO25 8SY, UK

A fantastic Indoor market at Skirlington with a great variety of stalls, after a complete refurbishment in 2019. Take a break at The Grainstore or Zoe's Café and watch the bustle of the indoor market. Inside the original farm buildings you will find over 100 stalls, two indoor cafes with the best breakfasts, Jacket potatoes, freshly made sandwiches, and The Cow Shed license bar selling a great value Sunday Lunch.

St Nicholas Market
St Nicholas MarketThe Corn Exchange, Corn St, Bristol BS1 1JQ, UK

St Nicholas Market is the oldest and best loved market in Bristol, famous for some of the best food in the city. ith over 60 stalls this market is a must see for any visitor to the city. St Nicholas Market is also home to several outdoor markets which take place in the pedestrian streets which run adjacent to The Exchange Building.

The Covered Market
The Covered MarketMarket St, Oxford OX1 3DZ, UK

Oxford's world-famous Covered Market which was officially opened in 1774, is home to a large number of specialist independent traders, each selling their own unique variety of goods. The market dates back to the 1770s and has always been an attraction for locals and visiting tourists who come from far and wide to soak up the building's history and heritage.

Vicar's Close
Vicar's CloseVicar's Cl, Wells BA5, UK

Vicars’ Close, believed to be the only complete medieval street left in England. This significant landmark was designed to provide communal accommodation for the Vicars Choral, who sang daily worship within the Cathedral. This centuries-old tradition continues today and is a unique and much valued part of life at Wells Cathedral.

Yarn Market
Yarn MarketHigh St, Dunster, Minehead TA24 6SF, UK

The Yarn Market in Dunster, Somerset, England was built around 1590 and has been designated as a Grade I listed building and scheduled ancient monument. The market cross was probably built in 1609 by the Luttrell family who were the local lords of the manor to maintain the importance of the village as a market, particularly for wool and cloth.

Map of Street Markets to explore in England