Welcome to Fleetwood Market, a coastal gem on Lancashire’s lovely coast and one of the oldest markets in Lancashire.
The roots of this market are firmly steeped in history when market rights were first granted in 1275 but these were first exercised by Sir Peter Hesketh-Fleetwood (founder of Fleetwood town) in 1840. The market remained a constant through many times of change and today, a true shopper’s paradise, you’ll find a variety of stalls including food, clothing and household goods to name but a few – all at great prices.
Open four days a week all year round it's easy to get to by bus or tram and is fully accessible for wheelchair users. There is also a free to use cash machine on site.
Don’t take our word for it, here’s what their customers say:
“A busy traditional market which offers a wide variety of different stalls. The added benefit is being able to enjoy a walk along the seafront whilst you are here.”
“Easy parking, friendly staff, indoor and outdoor stalls and all wheelchair accessible.”
Open 9am – 4.30pm Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday PLUS Bank Holidays and Tram Sunday