Explore Chesterfield’s historic open-air market
You can find a wide range of products at exceptional value at Chesterfield Market including fruit and vegetables, clothes, fabrics and household goods.
Please note due to the coronavirus pandemic there are increased health & safety measures in place across the town centre.
Chesterfield Open Air Market
General Markets take place on Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays.
Enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of the traditional market as you browse a variety of stalls selling food, fashion, home ware and gifts. It boasts fresh seasonal produce, friendly market traders and value for money goods.
To discuss trading on the market, call the Markets Office on 01246 345999 or for more information visit www.chesterfield.gov.uk/markettrading.
Rummage through the eclectic mix of second hand goods at the popular flea market, which takes place every Thursday with stalls full of unusual bric-a-brac, antiques, vintage clothes, jewellery and crafts.
Chesterfield Artisan Market is held on the last Sunday of every month. Find a high-quality range of authentic goods with an emphasis on all that is local, ethical and original.
Head to Chesterfield town centre on Mondays to browse the autojumble stalls selling a range of motoring memorabilia, old car parts and spares.
Young Persons Market
Come along and be a market trader for a day at Chesterfield’s Young Person’s Market. Boost up your pocket money and sell your unwanted toys and books, and clothes that no longer fit. Or if you prefer sell your own products that you’ve either bought or made (restrictions apply on food).
Farmers Market – Postponed
Chesterfield Farmers Market is held on the second Thursday of every month. A variety of local produce can be bought including organic vegetables, rare breed meat products, home-made cakes, pies, pastries, and much more.
Speciality events take place at Chesterfield Market throughout the year, such as the Street Food and Grooves Festival in May, the Medieval Market in July, the Well Dressing Festival in September, the 1940’s Market in October and the Christmas Lights Switch On in November.