St Nicholas MarketCurrently Closed
- Address: St Nicholas Market, the Exchange, Corn St, Bristol BS1 1JQ, United Kingdom
- Timings: 09:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +44-1179224014
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Market, Shopping Center, Family And Kids
St Nicholas Market is a Shoppers heaven, the best brands and the most beautiful trinkets is what the place is all about. The place displays an amazing range of independent retailers is a perfect place to shop your heart out. The place also displays original work of art and photography which make the best gifts and souvenirs. From vintage clothing to the most gorgeous jewellery this place is sure to charm the shopper in you.
St Nicholas Market Hours
- Nails Market Friday and Saturday 9am to 5pm
- Bristol Farmers Market Wednesday 9:30am to 2:30pm
- Friday Food Market Friday 10am to 4pm
How to Reach St Nicholas Market
- Wine Street (Stop se) station is the closest bus station in the place.
- Rentals and taxis are also available in the area.
- Avis Bristol Temple Meads Train Station is the closest train station and hence can get you to your destination.
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33.98% of people who visit Bristol include St Nicholas Market in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
45.16% of people start their St Nicholas Market visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see St Nicholas Market
74.07% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting St Nicholas Market
St Nicholas Market Reviews & Ratings
Great range of food stalls here. The juice counter is a definite must, My personal favourite is the kale smoothie, sounds weird but is lovely. I would also try the falafels, but there are many others the look good but I haven't yet tried.
Lots of cuisines offered at reasonable prices (5-8 pounds)! A friend tried the noodles and said it was her best meal in the UK. The rest of us had Moroccan food, which was yummy. The line for the falafel pita store was really long. There's a pie store that sells a huge list of different pies, including vegan options. Besides food, there are also old book stores, antique stores, card game shops, all contributing to a uniquely quaint vibe. Def worth a visit and a lunch stop!
It's a pity, Bristol really needs a good, varied fresh food market, and St Nicholas Market would be a great place for such. It has many varied hot food vendors, some are better than others, but I pretty much never go to the indoor market which is a bit tatty, full of stuff most people would never buy, like expensive polished rocks or identical wallets in a dozen different shades. Eat A Pitta is great, as is the Caribbean vendor and the juice bar opposite it. However, I can't remember the last time I went there, as there isn't really a lot to attract.
A must stop if your visiting bristol on a sunny weekend. The indoor market is full of interesting quirky stalls good food and outdoor stalls fill the street on the weekend. A good interesting quick detour when in town
Stayed in Brooks guesthouse right in the heart of St Nicholas market great spot. Take some time to explore the market it's fab and it's surrounding streets. Plenty to eat with an amazing choice to suit everybody's needs. A must when visiting Bristol.