Welcome toBury St Edmunds
Wednesdays and Saturdays throughout the year and additional markets on Sundays during December.
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 and it dates 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 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 on Wednesdays and Saturdays in the Cornhill and Buttermarket area of town. This has grown to where it is now and has over 80 stalls on a Saturday and only slightly less on a Wednesday.
“The Bury St Edmunds market has a great community feel, you always meet someone you know when wandering around”
You can find everything you need on the market. With delicious street food such as Thai stir frys, wood fired pizza, crepes and curries to the more established fruit and veg stalls some of which have been coming to the market for over 40 years.
Peoples shopping habits have changed over the years but nothing can replace the friendly, knowledgeable stallholders who always go the extra mile to make sure their customers are happy.
The fishmonger will prepare your fish for you, the butcher can advise on the best cuts of meat and the cheese stall will order in speciality cheeses. You can also find stalls selling specialist products such as gluten free cakes and bread, vegetarian cuisine and organic fruit and vegetables all excellent value for money.