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Market secondary Grainger 2 Grainger Market, Newcastle

A visit to one of NewcastleGateshead's popular markets is a must!

Coronavirus update: Grainger Market remains open with strict social distance measures in place. Outdoor markets like popular NewcastleGateshead Quayside Market and Tynemouth weekend market will hopefully be able to open from 1 June - this is depending on social distancing measures being implemented . We'll update you with any new information. 

For a shopping experience that takes you to the heart of NewcastleGateshead, head to any of the exciting markets which take place throughout the year in the North East.

Market secondary Quayside Market Hannah Lambert Sunday Quayside Market

The indoor Grainger Market is one of Newcastle's oldest establishments and has been home to some of the regions' finest traders for over 180 years. From butchers, grocers, fishmongers and bakeries to trendy patisseries, creperies and even a Chinese dumpling shop, it's one of the best places to pick up delicious, artisan food, locally sourced ingredients, vintage clothing and gifts. 

Alternatively, venture further afield to the stunning North East coastline to visit the famous Tynemouth Market. Taking place every Saturday and Sunday beneath the Victorian glass canopies of Tynemouth Metro Station, there are over 150 stalls to browse with homemade goods, secondhand books, vintage clothing, antiques and local artwork.

Why not head down to the bustling Quayside Market which takes places every Sunday of the year next to the River Tyne? This iconic market is part of any weekend visit to Newcastle, as street food vendors and stalls gather on the riverside to sell everything from gifts, toys and crafts, offering the friendly atmosphere that the region is best known for. Complete with stunning views of the Quayside, there really is no better way to spend your Sunday. Or, head to the Low Fell Food Market in Saltwell Park or the monthly Jesmond Armstrong Bridge Market for fresh produce and street food.

While there are many fantastic markets in NewcastleGateshead all year round, there are also a number of wonderful markets which pop-up annually. The festive season is one of the best times of year to visit Newcastle and Gateshead, as during December, the region is host to a number of magical Christmas markets, where you'll find lovingly crafted gifts, cards, sweet treats and decorations from across the region and Europe.

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