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Best Markets in Pretoria and Surrounds

Browse and shop a bounty of clothing, accessories, and pre-loved threads alongside vibey food and drink stalls

A Complete Guide to Markets in Johannesburg

To some, markets is a means of getting weekly groceries, catching up with friends, trying different craft beers, or spotting local musicians and crafters

KAMERS/Makers is Back in Sandton for a Stunning Autumn Shopping Experience

From 27 September to 1 October 2023 | Enjoy handcrafted fashion, homeware, food stalls, bars, and a pet-friendly atmosphere from over 150 passionate makers

Rosebank Mall Street Feast 2024: Food Trucks, Live Music & Family Fun

2 March | This concept food truck market brings some fresh flavours and 90s feels with live music and kids activities

Weekend Markets in Johannesburg and Surrounds

Explore the vibrant weekend markets in Johannesburg and discover artisan treasures, gourmet delights, and live entertainment

The Food, Arts, and Crafts Lifestyle Market is Bringing Exciting Small-Scale Makers to Melrose

On 2 & 3 December 2023 | The Christmas market is a platform for showcasing local goods while driving inclusive entrepreneurship, building communities and nurturing dreams

Essential Guide to the Best Christmas Markets in Johannesburg 2023

Joburg has a number of festive-themed markets, giving you ample opportunity to grab gifts that will make your loved ones smile

Head Out to HalaalGoods Market in Johannesburg for a World of Streetfood, Comedy Shows and Easy Vibes

30 September & 1 October 2023 | Eat your way through a vibrant blend of world flavours and enjoy family-friendly fun at this popular market

The Yard Eatery

Fill up on everything from street food, organic goodies, gourmet sausages, plus much more at this weekly food market in Johannesburg

Rosebank Sunday Market: A Firm Favourite With Family-Friendly Feels

Every Sunday | Explore over 300 makers showing off fashion, accessories, homeware, and fresh produce in a vibey, family-friendly atmosphere

Explore conscious fashion, food and design at The Good Stuff Market, Every First Saturday

Browse a trove of fashion and local products from creatives at this chilled outdoor market in Greenside

The Linden Market

A popular market that supports local artists, designers and food producers.

Sandton Family Market

Venue: 127 B Wroxham Rd, Paulshof, Johannesburg

Vegan Things Night Market

Greenside | First Thursday of every month

Irene Village Market

Visi the ‘Best Market in Africa’ every Saturday

Vegan Hippie Connection Market

A market bosting a wide range of vegan products.

Jasmyn Crafters Market and Village

A farm produce and crafters market with a Dutch feel.

Cowboy Town

A family entertainment venue and marketplace with a western theme.

Jackson’s Real Food Market and Eatery

An everyday of the week real food market and eatery.

Market @ The Sheds

Pretoria’s vibey market with crafts, food and live music

Artisan Weekly Fair

The Artisan Weekly Fair invites fans of great art, music, and culinary design to come for a local shopping experience.

Victoria Yards: First Sundays

An urban homestead generating income through a market every First Sunday.

The Pantry Market at Keyes

Keyes Art Mile | Last Saturday of every month

The Stables Moonlight Market

Chartwell | First Friday of every month

27 Boxes

Melville | Daily except Mondays

Bunny Park Craft Market

Benoni | Last Saturday of every month

Sylvia’s Market

Observatory | Sundays

Fourways Farmers Market

Earth Outdoor Living Nursery | Sundays

Hazel Food Market

Greenlyn Village Centre | Saturdays

Riversands Farmstyle Village Market

Midrand | Sundays

Market on Main

Food and Design Market in downtown Johannesburg.

Panorama Flea Market

Mulbarton | Saturdays, Sundays & Public Holidays

Bryanston Market

Johannesburg’s original outdoor market.

Profile: Maboneng Precinct

Maboneng, meaning place of light, is a connected urban neighborhood in downtown Johannesburg that offers a unique and innovative experience, including restaurants, retail, theatre and art.

Duncan Yard

Venue: Hatfield