This is, as other reviewers mentioned, the tourist-oriented shopping area. There are lots of sweet basket weavers, sitting and weaving while offering their wares. Be prepared, even a small basket is expensive, a bread-sized basket will set you back 250.00 (if you bargain).
The other stalls were a mix of hand crafted gifts. For example, the metal works made from used oxygen tanks; the tin ceiling presses; the paintings and the clay works. All nice, but average.
There are plenty of stalls where you could purchase the same things in any tourist market in the country. Fused glass pendants, leather belts, cheap necklaces. Lots of household goods that you can find anywhere.
There are stalls offering benne wafers, dried okra, and ice cream. Nice to snack on, maybe take a box of wafers home.
Be prepared to walk through several buildings, the market has at least four, end to end. These are open air buildings, and you will have all the sounds (and smells) of the surrounding storefronts. It closes very early, 5-6:00pm most days. With only one building open in the late evening.
Stroll through, but take time to visit the shops on both sides of Market Street. That's where you will find your treasures.
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