Come down to Sneinton Market Square for a market every Monday and Saturday from 8am to 1.30pm (times may vary depending on events).
There’s also a monthly vegan market from 11am to 3pm on the 1st Saturday of the month and regular pop-up events, like the Travelling Gastronomers market.
About the area
The beautifully refurbished Sneinton Market Square is sandwiched between Gedling Road and Bath Street, opposite Victoria Leisure Centre (look for the clock tower).
Sneinton Market is only a few hundred metres from the city centre. Just walk down Hockley, straight over the crossroads at Huntingdon Street, and up Gedling Street, heading for Victoria Leisure Centre clock tower.
The market is only a short walk from the city centre, making it easily accessible via public transport. However, buses that pass nearer the market are: The red line 43 and 44, drop on Huntingdon Street at the bottom of Hockey. The blue line 39 which drops on Bath Street. The lilac lines 24, 25, 26, 27 all drop on Huntingdon Street at the bottom of Hockley. The Pathfinder 100 also drops on Huntingdon Street at the bottom of Hockley. If you’re travelling by tram, get off at The Lace Market tram stop.
If driving from the North of the city, head down Huntingdon Street (A6008) and just before the National Ice Arena take a left onto Boston Street and then a left onto Brook Street for the closest parking. For Sat Nav users, the Arena Brook Street car park post code is NG1 1EA. The cost of the car park is £2 for 2 hours.
Nottingham Night Market – back in December 2016!
The Creative Quarter teamed up with Sheena Holland Markets to bring the Nottingham Night Market to The Lace Market on 7 July from 5pm-10pm as part of Nottingham’s Summer of Independents. Many of you may remember Sheena Holland’s amazing market for Light Night and this summer’s event was bigger and better than ever! The Lace Market was transformed into a food-crafts-arts focused party for one night, with local artists and traders, dishes from all over the world and handmade local gems including crafts, historic lace, vintage clothes and accessories, arts and much more – all with a festival feel and live entertainment. The market was threaded throughout the Lace Market’s streets and historic buildings like the Volt club, The Lace House, Debbie Bryan and Annie’s Burger Shack. Sheena Holland is an artist herself and her markets are completely independent. Find out more