Leeds Kirkgate Market

Contact Details:

34 George St, Leeds

01133781950
markets@leeds.gov.uk

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  • Opening Hours

    Monday

    08:00 - 17:30

    Tuesday

    08:00 - 17:30

    Wednesday

    08:00 - 17:30

    Thursday

    08:00 - 17:30

    Friday

    08:00 - 17:30

    Saturday

    08:00 - 17:30

    Sunday

    Closed all day

Leeds Kirkgate Market

Please adhere to government’s requirements on social distancing when shopping with us. A face covering must be worn whilst shopping at Leeds Kirkgate Market (indoor). One of the largest indoor markets in Europe, Kirkgate is a shopperís paradise from fresh food, drink and fashion to jewellery, flowers, hardware and haberdashery. At the heart of the Leeds retail scene since 1857, Leeds Kirkgate Market is home to some of the most characterful traders in the city, with businesses spanning generations and representing a wide range of nationalities, an Asian Bazaar every Wednesday morning and a farmers market held on Briggate every first and third Sunday of the month. Eat and drink If you can think of a cuisine, the chances are you can get it at Leeds Kirkgate Market. From shawarmas to chapattis, crepes to cockles and Yorkshire puds to fine patisserie, you’ll find all sorts of good eats in one place. It’s hard to leave hungry! With the new event space and later opening hours on the horizon, the transition from shopping hub to social destination is well underway. Coffee, tea and smoothies have long been a fixture of the market, but now it’s beer and wine too. Shop Leeds Kirkgate Market has been the city’s essential shopping destination for over a century – and that’s exactly how it will stay. You can find everything on the indoor and outdoor market from food to fashion, homewares and jewellery. There’s an incredible range of goodies to keep shopping bags bulging. Experience With the sights, smells and sounds of the market, Leeds Kirkgate Market has always been an experience. However, the new events space has taken this to a whole other level. It means the market can host events of all shapes and sizes, from vintage fashions fairs to food & drink festivals, plays and live music.