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 Kirkstall Abbey Markets

Join us at our outdoor markets in the picturesque 12th century ruins of Kirkstall Abbey. With over 40 unique stalls each day you can enjoy a Saturday or Sunday afternoon browsing hand-made crafts and local produce from across Yorkshire in a glorious setting whilst supporting your local businesses.

Kirkstall Abbey Markets run one weekend per month between March and November ​from 12 noon to 3pm

Remember, there is free parking at Abbey House Museum and free entry to the Abbey Visitor Centre with toilets and baby change facilities! ​

Click to expandUpcoming market dates

All our markets run between 12pm and 3pm on Saturdays and Sundays.

This year we're launching three-day markets on bank holiday weekends in April, May and August!

2017 market dates for your diaries!

25/26 ​March

29/30 April + 1 May

27/28/29 May

24/25 June

29/30 July

26/27/28 August 

30 Sept / 1 Oct

28/29 Oct

25/26 Nov

Click to expandOur stallholders

​Some of our regular stallholders include:

Fresh Hospitality – teas and coffees etc.
Blue Pig Company - pork, gammon sausages and bacon etc.
Snowden Hill Water Buffalo – pre packed buffalo meat and ready to eat buffalo burgers.
Cryer & Stott - Yorkshire family Cheese Mongers
The Hop Box – Craft beers on draught
The Yummy Yank – award winning cakes and treats
Bimble Co - Natural Health products
Marnie's Jewellery
Funky Gibbon Fashion

Plus many more!

Click to expandJoin us

​Are you a local small business or market trader?  Why not join us at Kirkstall Abbey Markets.

If you are interested in having a stall, please call us on 0113 3784079 to discuss your needs and help you book.

Stall prices are as follows:

Bring your own stall/gazebo - £18
6ft set up stall - £20
10ft set up stall - £23

All stallholders must provide details of their public and private liability insurance, and environmental health details where appropriate.

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