Information updated 23/4/2017
Please, please let me know if you have up-to-date news on any venue listed on this page or any other on the site. Thank you.
As of today (15/3/2017) all new listings on this page will be subject to a non-refundable €5 charge. I’m sorry to have to do this but there are just too many people setting up markets, contacting me for publicity and then not bothering to let me know when they cease trading. Those days are over!
Indoor Market/Craft Fair
Killeshandra Community Hall, Killeshandra, Co.Cavan
Car Boot Sale/Market,
The Flea Market Warehouse,
4 Penrose Quay, Cork City
More here: Flea Market Warehouse
More details here: Mother Jones Flea Market
(in the Square)
Every Friday from 9:30am – 1:00pm
Organic fruit & veg, food, baking, cheese, fish, meats, olives, eggs, honey, preserves, plants, local crafts, pet supplies, bric-a-brac & collectibles.
Further details here: West Cork Markets
Every Thursday from first light to 5.00pm.
Up to 50 stalls.
Skibbereen Farmers Market
(in the Fairfield, off Bridge Street, Skibbereen)
Every Saturday from 9:30am – 1:30pm
Organic fruit & veg., food, baking, cheese, fish, meats, olives, eggs, honey, preserves, plants, local art & crafts, pet & poultry supplies, fresh stonebaked pizza, bric-a-brac & collectables.
Further details here: www.skibbereenmarket.com
Drumcondra Village Market
Arts & Business Campus (ABC)
40 Lower Drumcondra Road,
Drumcondra, Dublin .9.
Tel: (085) 875 5095
Temple Bar Book Market
Temple Bar Square, Dublin.2.
Every Saturday and Sunday from 11:00am – 6:00pm
A small but perfect haven for book-worms and music fans alike.
For a list of traders please visit : Temple Bar Book Market
Pure Vintage Fair
Newmarket Square, Dublin .8.
Ireland’s only dedicated Monthly Vintage Fair.
(1st Sunday of each month)
Over 30 stall holders.
Vintage & Retro Furniture, ceramics, clothing, posters and many other collectables.
Further information: Andrew (087) 096 3350
The Brocante Market
(3rd Sunday of every month)
Next Brocante: Sunday 21st May, 2017
The Brocante is a collection of Antiques, Furniture, Collectables & Curios from the past and the present. Covering everything from the bizarre to the mundane, the unique and the strange.
This is the first market of its kind in Dublin, giving the opportunity for everyday people as well as collectors and new enterprises an affordable outlet in an up and coming business.
If you’re an interior designer or just have an eye for style in your home and are looking for a bargain, then The Brocante is the place for you.
From: 11.00am – 5.00pm
Further information: Pat (085) 146 1277
General Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ha’penny Flea Market
Weekly Flea Market
From: 12 Noon – 6:00pm
For Stall enquires: email@example.com
Takes place every Saturday in The Grand Social (formerly the Pravda pub/venue) at 35 Lower Liffey Street – adjacent to the Ha’penny Bridge – from 12 Noon until 6:00pm.
Belgard Weekend Market,
Glen Abbey Complex, Belgard Road, Tallaght, Dublin.24.
From: 10.00am – 5.00pm
Many stalls to choose from including handcrafts, household, bric-à-brac, furniture, flowers, make-up, clothes, shoes, upholstery, toys, army memorabilia, collectors’ items, sweets, handbags, books, blinds, one-stop party shop, tools and many more.
*Cafe on site serving hot/cold food and drinks.
Prices vary for stalls/units so please enquire at office.
Tel: (086) 453 3433
Jamestown Indoor Market,
90 Jamestown Road, Inchicore, Dublin.8.
Every Saturday & Sunday
Opening hours: 10.00am – 5.00pm
Tel: (086) 825 3370
New, Antique, Secondhand merchandise – Clothing, Footwear, Jewellery,
Household, Furniture, Toys & Children’s Wear, Seasonal Goods, Gifts & Cards,
Tools & Electrical Goods, Confectionary, Fruit & Veg, CD’s & DVD’s, Books,
Pet Foods, Bric a Brac, Car Boot Stalls etc.
How to get there:
Luas: 5 minutes walk away from the Blackhorse Luas stop.
Buses: The 51/b/c/x, 68 & 69 buses all stop on Tyrconnell Road.
The 18 bus stops on the Kylemore Road.
Dublin Flea Market,
Newmarket Square, Dublin.8.
Latest news here: The Dublin Flea Market
19a Main Street, Blackrock, Co.Dublin
Office hours: Mon/Fri from 8am – 6pm. Sat/Sun from 9am – 6pm
Phone numbers: Office (01) 283 3522 Mobile (087) 237 2447
This is one of Ireland’s longest established markets and there are a good variety of traders here most weekends. Being a permanent venue most traders operate from lock-up shop units so there tends to be a much greater amount of stock displayed than in markets where traders bring their stock away with them. A very short walk from Blackrock DART station and the town is also served by the 4, 4A, 7, 7A, 8, 17, 45, and 114 bus routes.
Claregalway Corporate Park, Claregalway, Co.Galway
(on the N18 just on the outskirts of the village)
From: 10.00am to 5.00pm
A mixture of antiques, collectables, books, cosmetics, crafts, fruit and veg, balery, tools, clothing, bric a brac, car boot.
Usually has about 50-60 stalls
Cost for traders: €25 indoors for an 8 ft x 4 ft stall (need to bring own tables to display products)
Public admission: FREE
Plenty of FREE car parking.
Male and female toilets on site plus baby changing facility.
Selection of refreshments available, teas/coffees, hot food, pastries, breakfasts, lunches, available from three different stalls.
Stalls/enquiries: Diarmuid (086) 876 2386.
Kilcock Country Market
The Square, Kilcock, Co.Kildare
On: Saturdays from 9.30am – 4.00pm
Fresh vegetables, baking, fish, crafts, bric a brac, crafts, jewellery, plants, pet accessories and lots more.
Great family day out. Free parking.
To apply for a permit for a stand please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Stand holders must have permits.
Further information: (087) 978 9318
Cillín Hill Market & Car Boot Sale,
Cillín Hill Centre, Dublin Road, Kilkenny
(Indoor and Outdoor)
From: 8.00am – 3.00pm
Traders: From €15 (includes PL insurance) – tables are supplied.
Public admission: FREE
Restaurant, Animal Farmacy & Family Butcher on Site
Further information: Joe (087) 258 4289
Thomastown Country Market
Thomastown Community Hall, Thomastown, Co Kilkenny
From: 11:00am – 1.30pm
Tea/coffee and scones on sale
Red Hen Flea Market
Upstairs at the Red Hen Bar, 15 Patrick St, Limerick
(Monthly Flea Market )
Stalls are €10
A mix of vintage and secondhand clothes, crafts of all creations, handmade jewellery etc. – varies from month to month.
Latest news: Red Hen Flea Market
To book or for more information: Emer (061) 279 604 or email@example.com
The Friday City Market
The Milk Market, Cornmarket Row, Limerick City
Friday from 10.00am to 3.00pm
Saturday from 8.00am to 3.00pm
Sunday from 11.00am to 3.00pm
Fresh and natural food produce, ‘food to go’, flowers, shrubs, crafts and more.
An eclectic mix of some of the region’s finest food producers and horticulturists. It also features crafts, fashions, bric-a-brac, jewellery and other products too. Open late so you can bring home an evening treat, including ‘Food to Go’ snacks.
Carlingford Vintage & Collectables Flea Market,
St.Michael’s Hall, Carlingford, Co.Louth
At the Over 55 Club,
(beside the Cathedral)
Navan Town Market,
The Fair Green
(in the town centre)
Every Friday from 9.00am – 5.00pm
*Intending traders need a licence from Navan UDC – Tel: (046) 90 29078
Stall holders provide their own tables/stalls.
Normally a full range of stalls, selling everything from fruit & vegetables through to clothes/books and bric-a-brac.
Dundrum Trading Post
(former Golden Vale Ballroom)
Tel: (085) 282 0158
Opening hours: Friday – Saturday – Sunday from 10.00am – 5.00pm each day.
Latest news here: Dundrum Trading Post
The Bullring Market,
The Bullring, Wexford Town
Latest news: The Bullring Market Wexford
Wexford Indoor Market
Unit 6, Clonard Retail Park, Wexford
Tel: (087) 244 8234
Open: Saturdays 9:30am – 5.00pm and Sundays 10:30am – 5.00pm.