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St Nicholas Market is the traditional Marketing Hub of Bristol. Commonly known as St Nicks, The market is situated in the centre of Bristol. Its permanent market buildings are home to the largest collection of independent retailers in Bristol...more
One of the largest covered markets in Europe, there are stalks for days. Shops of every kind - from hot sauce to clothing and jewelry to see and wood carving. There is something for everyone. There are food stands and public restrooms. It’s pretty tight...More
Visted on a saturday half term ( children off from school). The market was busy with tourists and locals.
The aromas wafting from the food court did make my tummy rumble with foods from the caribbean, asia, greece etc something for everyone and some seating...More
This historic market hall is located in the centre of Bristol. We always visit every time we are in Bristol as it is full of interesting independent stalls that offer a chance of finding something different.
Well worth a visit.
My favourite part of Bristol.The historic old section of this great city.The market has a fine selection of interesting and varied stalls from hand made crafts to antique jewellery.Something for everyone here.The food market is an array of street food style stalls selling everything from...More
My latest visit here (it is a regular calling point on just about every trip to Bristol) was with one of my sons after a night sampling Bristol's nightlife. Lots going on in the lead-up to Xmas, plus the same very interesting food places.
I’ve always preferred the wonderfully varied semi-outside bit which sells an ever-changing array of great food from nearly every stall but the inside market is good to buy local art and wares too. The Bristol-specific merchandise and spicy sauce stalls make great presents. An integral...More
There was plenty of stalls here to browse, some were not cheap and i did no spot any bargains.
It was worth spending some time inside to get away from the cold. It was well presented with the indoor market housed in a nice building.
St. Nicks has always offered a wide choice of stalls and food outlets, our favourites are the hats and scarves, also the jewellery and geological items. Stalls may come and go, but the market atmosphere still remains.
The food outlets offer great fare at good...More