St. George’s Market in Belfast is a unique place to eat in Belfast – but also shop for beautiful gifts all the way to fresh organic fruit and veg or fish. The market is one of Belfast oldest attractions that people love to visit. St. Georges Market has won many awards for its fresh local produces and lovely atmosphere you’ll find nowhere else. In 2014 it was named the Uk’s Best indoor market by the ‘National Association of British Market Authorities.’
Sundays would be considered the best day to visit the markets due to the stalls present – nothing better than settling into a Belfast Bap and listening to some live music after a lazy walk around the stalls.
It is definitely one of the places to see in Belfast – or things to do. Opening times are Friday 6am to 3pm, Saturday 9am to 3pm and Sunday 10 am to 4pm. There are often special market days and nights advertised closer to the time.
Any taxi driver would bring you straight to the markets – and they can be entered from 3 different sides of the building. There are more permanent restaurants on site also – everything from a Subway, Simply Fish and Chips shop to St. George’s Market Bar & Grill – where the food sold is mostly sourced from the market itself.
A must visit for locals and tourists with over 250 traders each weekend, there is definitely something for all. Everything from craft stalls and artists to sweet and tea makers to fish market stalls. Saint George’s market will not let you down if you’re looking for something a little different.
Fancy some sweet treats?
Amazing art for your home!! Or great gifts!
Stalls of everything!
Gifts – presents or treats for yourself.
It’s a hard selection…
What to pick!
Some very interesting finds…
Amazing Fudge! Wow…
The Best Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in Belfast!
Time to grab and tea and a seat and relax before the live music starts…
Have you been to St.George’s Market in Belfast? What was your favourite stall? We would love to hear about your experiences 🙂
Also be sure to check out some of our other blogs such as Belfast Spring Continental Market, Botanic Gardens, St. Annes Cathedral, Commercial Court, Belfast Cookery School, Titanic Museum, Ulster Folk Museum.