A market town since the time of Mary Tudor, Buckingham is proud of its historical markets and their wide selection of produce. The markets are situated in the heart of Buckingham, surrounded by a variety of independent shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs and green spaces. Our markets help make Buckingham a great day out, so why not come and experience it all yourself?
Every Tuesday and Saturday between 8am and 4pm Market Hill, Buckingham, MK18 1JX
Buckingham’s Historic Street Market has been in Buckingham for over 600 years and dates from the Charters granted by Queen Mary in 1554 and Charles II in 1664. This gives the Buckingham Markets a unique heritage.
The Street Market is set against the delightful backdrop of the Buckingham Old Gaol, the Museum and Tourist Information Centre. The market boasts a variety of stalls on both days.
Our Stalwart Stallholder, Nigel Price: Household goods and sundries. Other stalls include: flowers and plants, fruit and vegetables, watches, bakery goods, fish, cakes, sweets and much more!
Nigel Price with household goods and sundries. Other stalls include: fruit and vegetables, bakery goods, olives, gents clothing, tools, DVD’s and games, flowers, plants and much more.
- Regular £1.00 per foot
- Casual £1.50 per foot
Saturdays 9am – 3pm, The Old Cattle Pens, High Street, Buckingham, MK18 1NU
Buckingham has long harboured a gem. The Buckingham Flea Market has graced the Old Cattle Pens in Buckingham for more years than anyone present can remember. The bargains to be found on this market are too numerous to mention, with antiques and collectibles on every inch of the area.
Run by Buckingham Town Council the Flea Market boasts a variety of traders that cannot be equalled as far as Birmingham.
(We ask that, due to the nature of the market that no new goods or clothes are offered for sale).
- £8.00 per 8ft table
- £15 per double table from the 1st May 2019
(For late pitch availability, casual traders are asked to contact 07587 775552 on Thursdays or Fridays between 10am and 4pm).