Situated at the very heart of the historic town of Tavistock is the ancient Pannier Market. The Market was granted its Royal Charter in 1105 and has survived without a break for over 900 years.
Today, this wonderful indoor market attracts customers from far and wide, all revelling in the quality and variety of products on offer.
Tavistock Pannier Market has a great selection of 5 day traders who are always present in the market, these being mostly found around the perimeter of the market. In addition, many of the remaining stalls change throughout the week to reflect the different daily themes. Read More...
We have different market themes for different days of the week, so pick your day wisely. On Saturdays we have various markets throughout each month, including the Farmers' Market and on Bedford Square and Tavi Arts Market in the Butchers' Hall.
Tuesdays - Antiques & Collectables
Wednesday - Crafts and mixed market
Thursday - Crafts and mixed market
Friday - Traditional Charter Market, fresh produce
Saturday - Regular themed markets - 1st Saturday of the month is Aladdins Cave collectibles, 2nd Saturday is crafts, others are mixed.
In the warmer summer months the Pannier Market overflows into Bedford Square and there are usually several different stalls and traders throughout the week selling a variety of different products including jewellery, plants and garden supplies, food, clothing, gifts and even custom made home decor.
Every 2nd, 4th & any 5th Saturdays of the month the square hosts the popular Farmers' Market, voted one of the best in the South West, with stalls selling fresh local produce. Find out more at www.tavistockfarmersmarket.com
Bedford Square is available for hire, for more information and general enquiries Contact Us,
Butchers’ Hall is hosting the Tavi Arts Market, every 1st Saturday of the month until the end of this year.
Here you can find high quality, handmade wares from local artists. Visitors to the market will find unique
products not found on the high street and have a chance to meet the artists and makers themselves.