Doncaster Market is one of the oldest historical markets; based in the North of England. See below for more information about opening times, what's on offer and how to get to the market.
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Doncaster market opening days and times
- Normal market days are Tuesday and Friday, 9am - 4pm and Saturday, 9am - 4.30pm.
- The antique and bric-a-brac market is only open on a Wednesday, 8am - 2:30pm.
Doncaster market: market areas and goods to buy
|Market areas||What do we sell?|
|Goose Hill Market|| |
Quality goods sold at over twenty shops in our covered market, including jewellery, plants, collectibles and gifts .
|Fish Market|| |
Every type of fish imaginable: swordfish, shark and eel sits alongside old favourites like cod, haddock and mackerel. Our shell fish offer is second to none, with mussels and oysters from Cornwall and the Shetlands.
When in season, fresh game including rabbit, hare, venison and boar, and one of the few tripe stalls in the area.
|International Food Hall|| |
Food and only food, with goods from Europe and beyond including Greek delicatessen (own produce from Crete) selling olives, baklava and much more.
We also sell traditional bread and cakes, a variety of speciality cheeses, and meat from butchers who've won a multitude of awards between them.
|Corn Exchange|| |
A wide range of quality goods including, fashion, furnishings, alterations, confectionery and much more. Upstairs (lift available) is a dedicated craft area with regular classes in card making and other activities.
The building is also home to the markets Information Point for visitors, as well as an unsupervised play area for children.
|Wool Market|| |
Everything from baby and work wear, household furnishings, books and makeup. The market is full of friendly traders who are only too happy help.
|Outdoor Market||A whole host of things from seasonal vegetables to locally produced eggs, flowers and plants. We also sell clothes and phone accessories to name but a few.|
|Antique and bric-a-brac market (on outdoor market)||Various second hand and vintage goods|
|Markets||What's on offer||Market days and times|
|Mexborough Market|| |
Over 60 stalls including market hall and outer market stalls, offering a wide range of goods.
Second-hand market (Outer Market) held once a week, and local town centre amenities a couple of minutes walk of the market.
Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays, 9am to 4.30pm. Market Hall opening hours (08:30 - 4pm)
Every Thursday for second-hand market 8am - 2:30pm
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Getting to the markets
For drivers, there is plenty of parking around town. As the market is centrally located, you're never too far away.
For coaches, we offer:
- A specific coach drop-off/pick-up point in the centre of the main markets car park.
- Designated parking in the Chappell Drive East car park. This is £2.50 per day to park.
- Comfortable rest areas for coach drivers. Please contact Doncaster markets for more information.
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Multi-storey car park and adjacent parking to the market is free. For more information on getting to Mexborough markets, please click the button below to see it on Google Maps.
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Events at the markets
Any events we have on at the markets will be on our Events A-Z page linked to below.
If you wish to contact either Doncaster or Mexborough markets, please use the following enquiry form.
You can also contact the market teams using the following details:
- Tel: 01302 862480
- Tel: 01709 582036 or 07825863183
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- Email: email@example.com
- Tel: 01302 764664
Corn Exchange restoration programme
Watch the video below to see some of the big changes we'll be making to this this fine Victorian listed gem over the next few years.