Leeds Kirkgate Market is the largest covered market in Europe situated in Leeds, England. The market was founded in 1857 and was the birthplace of Marks and Spencer PLC. The market is held in a Grade I listed building which has been expanded and refurbished over the years. The markets have stalls covering most goods such as food, clothing, toys etc.
If travelling by car, the market is signposted on the city centre loop, you can get discount on your car parking in city centre NCP car parks if you spend more than £5 at the market. Kirkgate Market is situated next to Leeds Bus Station. The closest train station is Leeds Station.
Opening Times and Admission
The market is open six days of the week, Monday-Saturday 8am-5.30pm; Sunday is a day of closure. The market is free for people to enter.