A photograph taken inside of the Grainger Market in NewcastleLocated in the heart of Newcastle upon Tyne, the Grainger Market has been an important part of the city’s shopping experience for almost two centuries.

Built in 1835, the Grade I listed building is a popular traditional indoor market offering a huge range of products.

The modern Grainger Market enjoys a bright, light, vibrant and buzzing atmosphere. Achieving a balance between a market’s heritage and the needs of a new generation of shoppers and traders isn’t always easy, but it’s fair to say the Grainger Market’s getting it right.

Alongside craft stalls, mini bazaars, jewellers and florists, you can find high quality butchers, artisan bakers, green grocers as well as street food traders, coffee shops and cafés - with something for everyone.

Opening hours

Monday to Saturday 9am - 5.30pm
Sunday and Bank Holidays Closed

The Grainger Market is home to many small businesses and self-employed independent traders, and often they do not employ additional staff. They already open for trade six days a week and have voted to take Sunday and Bank Holidays off work. We regularly open for the two Sundays prior to Christmas from 10am to 4pm.

Aerial view of the Grainger Market (pdf, 101.11kb)

Page last updated: 
17 March 2017
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