In case you didn't know, Dublin is home to some fantastic markets.
Sometimes we don’t appreciate how great it is to live in a country with so many talented creators, designers and business owners. One of the best ways to support local entrepreneurs is to shop in one of the local weekend markets.
Plus, it’s a great way to spend the day somewhere with a vibrant atmosphere.
1. Temple Bar Book Market
Taking place every Saturday, this market is perfect book-worms and bargain hunters. You can find new, used and rare books in one of the most colourful parts of the city.
2. Designer Mart, Cow’s Lane
Get stuck into handcrafted bags, metal sculptures, photography, paintings, ceramics, furniture, jewellery, children’s clothing, hats, textile toys and glass sculptures by Irish designers.
3. Liberty Market, The Liberties
Dublin’s longest running market prides itself on selling a huge selection of items with huge discounts compared to shop prices. You'd definitely need to set aside a few hours to get through it all.
4. Ha’Penny Flea Market, Ormond Quay
Held in The Grand Social every Saturday, this is the place to go if you want to shop vintage, including vintage jewellery and clothes, vinyl records, antiques and retro furniture.
5. Supernatural Food Market, Pearse Street
This is the market for foodies looking for artisan, organic, and healthy fresh food. They have fruit, veg, fresh bread, cheese, meats, fish, guilt-free cakes, health supplements, and spreads and sauces made from wild, foraged foods.