The largest market in the Derbyshire Dales, Bakewell stall market occupies two sites and has 162 regular stalls. The stall market dates from the 1920's although markets and fairs have been held in Bakewell since the 1300's when Henry III granted William Gernon, Lord of Bakewell the right to hold a fifteen day fair in May.
The current day market has a wide variety of good including clothes, bed linen, shoes, fruit & veg, freshly baked bread, flowers, jewellery, wool, toys and hot food stands. Everything for the intrepid shopper.
A Farmers' Market takes place at the Agricultural Business Centre on the last Saturday of the month.
- Disabled access
- Disabled toilets
Booking & Payment Details
- Cash Point
- Parking with charge
- Public toilets
- Telephone (public)
Map & Directions
On the A6 midway between Buxton to the north and Matlock to the south and served by excellent public transport links.
Public Transport Directions
Matlock station is 8 miles away.
Regular bus services serve Bakewell.