St George's Market
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St George's Market information
This elegant Victorian covered market, built in 1896 for the sale of fruit, butter, eggs and poultry is the oldest continually operating market in Ireland. Restored in 1999, it now hosts a variety market on Friday, selling fresh flowers, fruit, vegetables, meat and fish, plus general household and second-hand goods, and the City Food and Craft Market on Saturday, which often has live music. The Sunday market combines food, antiques and local arts and crafts. There's also a two-day Christmas Fair and Market in early December.
A free shuttle bus links the market with Donegall Sq and Adelaide St every 20 minutes during opening hours.