One of the main markets in the city of Belfast, Northern Ireland is St George’s Market. It is the last surviving Victorian covered market in the city. Originally the market was a meat market but over the years it changed and traders selling other items were welcomed. Today, it is a thriving place in the city with over 300 traders operating within its walls selling a large array of goods. As well as hosting the market, the market building is also used for other events such as concerts. St George’s is the place to go to in Belfast to experience how the people of the city trade.
The closest train station to the market is ‘Belfast Lanyon Place’ which is a short walk away. The 3, 5, 20 and 26 buses all stop at the market.
Opening Times and Admission
The market is open Friday 6am-3pm, Saturday 9am-3pm and Sunday 10am-4pm weekly. It is free to enter the market.