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Markets in Huddersfield

Huddersfield Open Market
Victorian Quarter
Huddersfield
West Yorkshire

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Nestling in the midst of the town's Victorian Quarter, Huddersfield market is partly open and partly housed beneath a magnificently restored Victorian cast iron glass roof canopy.

This impressive Grade 2 listed canopy provides a high degree of weather protection for the hundreds of shoppers who visit this leading market every week.

General Market, Monday, Thursday and Saturday
These bustling markets are full of well-stocked stalls with everything you need from fabrics and fashion, to hardware and household goods. The market is a vital part of Huddersfield's town centre with shoppers attracted by the superb bargains and sheer variety of goods on sale.

Second-hand Market, Tuesday and Saturday
On both days of the week, these markets are an absolute delight for collectors, antique dealers and the avid bargain-hunters. One of the best second-hand markets in Yorkshire.

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