Buxton Market, Market Place, Buxton, SK17 6JY
When: Every Tuesdays & Saturdays.
T: 07487 764038
Coronavirus outbreak: Social distancing measures are in place for queuing and space for customers around stalls.
Buxton is England’s highest market town at over 1,030 feet and the regular outdoor market is held on Tuesdays and Saturdays throughout the year from 9am to 4pm.
There is a great choice for a range of your needs from food including fresh fish, fruit and vegetables, household goods, clothes, gifts and much more.
Visitors can find parking very close by at The Slopes or on Market Street or alternatively in the main Pavilion Gardens car park – located a short 10 minute walk from the market.
A number of restaurants, cafes, pubs and visitor attractions such as Buxton Museum & Art Gallery and Discover Buxton heritage tours are also nearby as well as the town centre which is in close proximity to the market.
Buxton Market can be easily reached via public transport: High Peak Buses run regular services from Manchester and town services from Harpur Hill and Fairfield. Buses stop right on the market.
Northern Trains serve Buxton directly on the Buxton to Manchester line and operate generally every hour – the train station is a 10-15 minute walk to the market.
Buxton Markets provides a range of options for traders, with some pitches offering an electrical supply and pitches for specially adapted vehicles.
The market is held throughout the year – look out for the special Christmas Market held in December.
Latest Special Events
All special events running alongside their traditional markets have been cancelled due to the Coronavirus outbreak. The normal market on Tuesday and Saturday will continue. Buxton Market asks customers to observe social distancing and stay longer than is necessary.
Please note the following events may be cancelled in due course because of the current Coronavirus outbreak.
Summer Food Festival
Enjoy lots of delicious local food and produce from around the region and the Peak District as well as Buxton Day of Dance also taking place that day
When: 18th July 2020
Late Summer Food Festival
Another chance to buy lots of delicious local food and produce from around the region and the Peak District
When: 19th September 2020
Halloween themed market
Spooky fun for all the family, late night opening
When: 31st October 2020
Seasonal activities for all the family to enjoy as well as delicious food and drink from
When: 12th December 2020