Thinking of visiting The Cambridge Market? Stalls have been trading in The Market Square since Saxon times and the city grew because of the economic wealth generated by the market. For centuries people would flock from all over the county to sell their wares here, making Cambridge the unofficial centre of East Anglia.
Nowadays You will find a fantastic selection of Street Food, Books, Vinyl, CDs and DVDs Clothes, jewellery, Fruit and vegetables, fresh fish and health foods, second hand bikes and flowers. The market sells organic local produce from local farmers and an eclectic mix of street food and is open daily from 10am-4pm.
The square is bordered by various high street shops such as M&S, GAP, Hugo Boss and Franco Manca. The Grand Arcade shopping centre is just around the corner on Petty Cury. McDonald’s can be found nearby on Rose Crescent. It’s also right next door to King’s Parade which is where you can visit Great St Mary’s, The Senate House and King’s College Chapel.
You can find out more about The Cambridge Market on our FREE walking tour, every day at 11am and 2pm!