It’s on record that the seafaring folk of Plymouth have enjoyed the retail therapy of a market since 1253 when the town was granted the right to hold one. Indeed, Henry VI sealed the deal by granting a Royal Charter in 1440 to the Mayor of Plymouth and Commonality for fairs, feasts and markets.
We like to think we’ve changed quite a bit since then, but you’ll still find a fantastic mix of amazing things to buy and to eat under our Grade II Listed roof, whatever you’re looking for…
Join us for a lazy shopping experience soon; browse our fantastic choice of goods and grab a bargain, stop, relax and refuel with a coffee, cake or lunch, and then wind up your day with some ‘me time’ in one of our soothing therapy/ beauty stalls.
Located in Plymouth’s West End since 1959, we’re open six days a week: well everyone needs a little down-time! And to make your market experience even better you can park for up to an hour in our own dedicated car park for only £1.
So come and shop at Plymouth Market: there’s something for everyone – what will you discover?