Welcome toBury St Edmunds
Wednesday and Saturday
9am to 4pm
Find all the information you need on how to get to Bury St Edmunds Market
The nearest bus station is Bury St Edmunds bus and coach station, St Andrews St North, IP33 1TZ.
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To get to us by rail the nearest station is Bury St Edmunds station, a 10 minute walk from the market.
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A number of long and short stay car parks are available. The nearest car park is Cattle Market car park near to the arc shopping centre.
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Not only is the provision market in Bury St Edmunds one of the most successful traditional street markets in the country, it also has one of the longest and most colourful histories, dating back to before the days of William the Conqueror. The market charter was issued by King John in 1202 and there has been a market in Bury St Edmunds ever since.
At various times the market has been split into several sections, including: provisions, a corn market, a livestock market and a fish market. The provisions market occurs every Wednesday and Saturday in the Cornhill and Buttermarket area of town.
The market has grown rapidly over time and now has over 80 stalls for visitors and the local community to explore.
"We thoroughly enjoy trading at both the makers and regular markets in Bury St Edmunds. We have had many happy returning customers and the surrounding stallholders are love too. Everyone has made us feel very welcome and part of the community."
Daisy and Chris, Bulldog Vintage Lighting
You can find everything you need at the Bury St Edmunds market, from delicious street food to fruit and vegetable stalls! Our stallholders are incredibly knowledgeable, with some having traded at the market for over 40 years.
Alongside traditional stalls, there are also specialist products available to buy, such as vegetarian and gluten free food, sustainable gifts, handmade clothing and much more!
If you are starting a new business, you may like to find out more about bcoming a trader at one of our markets.