Birmingham and the region is bursting with bustling markets brimming with character and fresh food choices...
Birmingham Bull Ring Markets
Bull Ring Open Market - 9am to 5pm every Tuesday to Saturday
Bull Ring Indoor Market - 9am to 5.30pm every Monday to Saturday
Rag Market - 9am to 5pm every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Birmingham's historic Bull Ring Markets are right at the heart of the city centre and have an atmosphere that’s almost unique in modern city centre life.
Adjacent to St Martin's Church and the nearby new retail and restaurant experiences it is hand for both new street and moor street rail stations and walking distance from Digbeth Coach station.
Here you will find the real Birmingham where there has been a market at this site for nearly 1,000 years. The old and the new beside one another provide the city with an iconic skyline and plenty for the keen foodie and shopper.
The Indoor Market is famous for being one of the largest fish markets in the country. Fish is delivered daily from Cornwall and Scotland as well as offering a wide range of exotic fish for the city's diverse population. Master butchers provide quality meat and poultry and are happy to advise on cooking and the source of the produce. It is home to stalls providing jewellery, clothes, shoes, stationery, beauty products and haberdashery.
The Rag Market has an eclectic range of stalls from ironmongers to haberdashery and is a fascinating browse providing everything from floristry to fancy dress costumes, shoes to stamp collecting, cutlery to clothes.
The Open Market sells an enormous range of everyday essentials at great prices, special treats and exotic foods. It provides fresh fruit and vegetables all delivered daily from local and regional producers. Great value produce including the more exotic items offered with a sprinkling of Birmingham charm.
For more information please visit birmingham.gov.uk/markets
Bearwood Farmers' Market
3rd Saturday of every month
Birmingham University Farmers' Market
4th Wednesday of every month
All stallholders offer locally sourced, fairly priced and environmentally friendly produce; from top quality organic goods to seasonal fare.
Brindleyplace Fine and Local Food event
Last Friday of every month from May to September, 10am - 3pm
Enjoy homemade jams, delicious pork baps, freshly baked bread and much more at the Brindleyplace Local Produce Market.
The mouth-watering Local Produce Market is held at Brindleyplace in Central Square on the last Friday of each month from 10am to 3pm until September. Sample fresh local produce and pick up some tasty ingredients for dinner.
Harborne Farmers' Market
2nd Saturday of every month
KingshEATh Streetfood Market
2nd Saturday of every month
This market shows off the very best of Birmingham's streetfood, with 15 streetfood suppliers serving amazing food, craft beers and nice wine.
Kings Heath Farmers' Market
1st Saturday of every month, 9am-3.30pm
Kings Norton Farmers' Market
2nd Saturday of every month
The Kings Norton Farmers' market plays host to over 25 producers each month.
The market provides local, healthy, fresh food direct from the people who make it. It's also a great way for the community to come together each month.
mac Food Market
Last Sunday of every month
mac birmingham celebrates the art of food with its monthly food markets.
With a host of stalls from local artisan producers, this is a delightful way to indulge your culinary desires.
Moseley Farmers' Market
The last Saturday of every month
The award-winning Moseley Farmers’ Market takes place at the crossroads in the centre of Moseley – on the Village Green and along the Alcester Road & St Marys Row – every last Saturday of the month from 9am till 2pm.
Moseley Farmers’ Market has won the award for best Farmers’ Market 2012 at the FARMA Local Food Awards at the conclusion of the industry’s flagship event of the Farm & More Conference held at the Edinburgh International Convention Centre. These awards are given to those who exemplify a passion for local food, a commitment to the farming and the environment, a talent for retail, and the fruits of a lot of hard work.
Moseley Farmers’ Market is the only farmers’ market to have won this prestigious award twice from FARMA – the National Farmers’ Retail & Markets Association – previously winning in 2009.
New Street Fine and Local Food event
1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month
Hand-made cheeses, mud-covered King Edward potatoes and organic everything, Birmingham’s Fine and Local Food event has it all.
The city centre is transformed with a feast of gorgeous fayre, directly from those who grow or make it. The location can vary during winter.
Solihull High Street Farmers' Market
1st Friday of every month, 9am-5pm
A traditional farmers market full of local produce all produced within a 30mile radius ensuring everything is fresh and most importantly local. So come along and support your local farmers.
Solihull Fine and Local Food Fayre
4th Saturday of every month, 9am - 5pm
An array of fine foods and drinks to try on site or take home for all the family, from the regions top producers.
Sutton Coldfield Fine and Local Food event
2nd Friday of the month (commencing 14th July)
Walsall Farmers' Market
2nd Wednesday of every month
Worcester Farmers' Market
Wide variety of produce on display at the market - ranging from fruit, vegetables and edible seeds, meat and cheeses, plants and garden sundries, wines and beers, jams and pickles, cakes and sweets...all of which are high quality, fresh and locally produced.
Digbeth Dining Club
Digbeth Dining Club’s aim is to introduce the best locally sourced ‘street food’ to Birmingham's trendy artistic hub, by creating a platform for the West Midlands finest street artisans to produce incredible food in front of their customers – by providing honest food that you can trust, at affordable prices.
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