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All reviews fruit and veg stall holders stalls selling bric a brac under cover pet supplies saturday and sunday indoor market for sale antique market local meats covered market hand bags varied stalls multi storey car park well worth a visit garden centre
I remember visiting Wimborne Market many years ago and have vivid memories of a traditional, country-town market with a bustling mix of local traders, a wide range of food and boot-market bargains. Having revisited recently, I was disappointed that the repro and antique stalls have...More
I have been to Wimborne market a number of times on coach trips.Each time I’ve found a wide variety of stalls to interest me.Goods on offer range from flowers,fruit,veg,local meats,cheeses and pies to antiques,DVD’s,CD’s and musical instruments.I have always been pleased with both the quality...More
Big indoor and outdoor market a 10 min stroll from centre of Wimborne, situated in some old barn type buildings and an outdoor area, a bit bleak in the Winter I should imagine.
Lots of stalls selling all manner of items, from antiques to zucchini...More
Not the best of car boot markets. Located on the ground floor of a multistorey car park that was cold and like standing a wind tunnel.
Stands inside the covered market were nothing special, not were the wooden sheds.
Shame the Antiques Centre is not very well advertised as open till 4pm as it has a wide variation of goods for sale not just antiques.
Heard good comments from other visitors which were correct. Keep up the good work traders as this is a...More
Wimborne market in January and February can be a little bit bleak. With the cold weather a lot of the sellers hibernate until spring time. However there are still plenty of bargains to be had if you get there early enough and you know what...More
I like Wimborne Market but sadly have to say its popularity has dwindled. Large areas of empty stalls. The cafes are nice. The ‘car boot sale’ area can be hit & miss. Have to pay for parking which isn’t expensive but hardly seems worth it....More
Driving through the town we picked up the market signs and took the decision to visit. Accepting the Council wanted us to pay for the car parking even on a Sunday we still thoroughly enjoyed our 2 hour visit.
So much to see whatever your...More