Victoria Street / Adelaide Street
Tel: 01253 887651
A busy traditional market offering a great shopping experience, Fleetwood Market has 200 indoor stalls in three heated halls, and 50 outdoor stalls.
Although market rights were granted to Fleetwood Market in 1725, it wasn't until 1840 when Sir Peter Hesketh-Fleetwood started using those rights that the Victorian Market was built. The building has stayed true to its Victorian heritage and has changed very little. However, in 1990 the market was extended, and as a result is one of the largest markets in North West of England.
Free coach parking is available at the market for group visits as well as plenty of on road parking for cars.
Also open all Bank Holidays and during Fleetwood Transport Festival (Tram Sunday).
|Open All Year|
|01/01/2010 - 01/01/2015|
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Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
Situated in the heart of Fleetwood, the market is well signed by 'brown tourist signs; Pay and display parking surrounds the market.
- Coach Parking
- Open All Year
- In town/city centre
- Café/Restaurant On Site