The Market HallThe Market HallThe Market Hall



Draw a snowflake, become part of the storm...everyone is invited to draw a snowflake and post in the box provided.  If selected, it will be projected onto the end of the building to form part of Andy Mckeown's "snowSTORM"  Paper and pens can be found in the Cosy Corner of Cafe AleOli and The Bird's Nest cafe.

Bill Sample's Tiger Automation - you have to see it to believe it!  Come and press the button in the VAN Gallery....

VAN Gallery - Merry Mid-Winter Exhibition

BRITAIN'S FAVOURITE MARKET - Simply enter the market name on the NABMA website and vote as many times as you like

HUNT THE FATHER CHRISTMAS COMPETITION - We are inviting children to join the hunt in the run up to the big day!  From Friday December 12th 20 Father Christmas cut outs will be hiding around the stalls.  Entry forms from The Pampered Pineapple & Deuxieme Chance, Thoughts, Gluten Free Living, Urban Bikes, Visual Art Network Gallery, L and E Designs or Cafe AleOli.


A fantastic mix of old and new, fresh and organic, taste and texture - visit the Market Hall today and experience the unique blend of Shropshire's finest.

With its commanding clock tower, Shrewsbury Market Hall stands proud between Shoplatch and Claremont Street. Since 1965 it has been home to many traders, offering fresh fruit and vegetables, meat and poultry, fresh fish, delicatessen, books, china, antiques, collectables and contemporary arts and crafts to name a few.

So if you're looking for something a little different, inspirational, fresh and value for money, visit the Market's a unique experience.

The market trades on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, however, some stallholders open on Thursdays from 9.00am to 2.00pm. Please see opening hours for further information.

There are two public entrances and a combination of staircases and public lifts serve the upper floors. Other services include public toilets. There is on street parking outside and larger, surfaced car parks nearby.



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