In the heart of the cityis the Neighbourgoods Market.Open every Saturday, come rain or shine, this market covers two floors and is filled with craft beer and cocktails, artisanal food and plenty of things to buy. Why not grab yourself aBalkan Burgerbefore heading upstairs to browse through Assebliefs rails and see what second hand gems you can take home with you? Or simply head over early, secure yourself a table andadmire the stunning views of our cityfrom the rooftop area!
When:Opening times: Every Saturday 09:00 to 15:00 and the first Thursday of every month 17:00 until late.
Where:73 Juta Street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg.
Market On Main
Every Sunday at Arts on Main between 10:00 and 15:00, and thefirst Thursday of everymonth between 19:00 and 23:00, Market on Main is open for you toget your fix of fine food and great design. From stunning clothing and must-have accessories to gourmet eats, theyve got it all, which makes Market on Main a great place to spend timewith friends and family.
When:Every Sunday 10:00 to 15:00 and thefirst Thursday of everymonth 19:00 to 23:00.
Where:264 Fox Street, Maboneng Precinct, Johannesburg.
Rosebank Finders Keepers Market
Rosebanks rooftop flea market is filled to the brim withAfrican crafts, international foods, clothing, hobbies, collectables and antiquities. You can literally spend the entire Sunday walking in and out of the rows of stalls, just browsing. There really is something for everyone here!
When:Every Sunday 09:00 to 16:00.
Where:Upper Level, The Mall of Rosebank, Rosebank, Johannesburg.
Jozi Real Food Market
As the name suggests Jozi Real Food Market isfilled with everything food-related, offering you the freshest andfinest produce from local small producers. From organic foods and ready-made meals to meat, condiments, spices and sauces, youll find everything you need for a healthy fridge and pantryat this market.Take a break from your shopping and relax under the trees with some coffee while the kids play on the lawn.
When:Every Saturday 08:30 to 13:00.
Where:Pirates Sports Club, 4th Avenue Extension, Parkhurst, Johannesburg.
Bryanston Organic Market
Being Joburgs original outdoor market, Bryanston Organic Market offers youinteresting art, natural fibre clothing, handmade crafts, the freshest organic and naturally grown fruit and vegetables, and wholesome foods. You can have a relaxing day browsing through all the stalls, do a little bit of shopping, indulge in some freshly baked treats from the on-site eateries and listen to some live music. Sounds like aperfect day out, dont you think?
When:Thursday and Saturday 09:00 to 15:00.
Where:Culross Road (off Main Road), Bryanston, Johannesburg.
Bamboo Farmers Market
With a range offresh produce straight from the farm, visit the rooftop Bamboo Farmers Market and do a bit ofhealthy shopping. From local and organic produce, farm milk and butter, free-range eggs and chicken to fair-trade coffee, preservative-free bread and sugar-free baked goodies,this market promotes a healthy lifestyle.
When:Every Saturday 09:00 to 13:00.
Where:Bamboo Farmers Market, 53 Rustenburg Road, Melville, Johannesburg.
Hazel Food Market
Offeringnew and exciting tastes, fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, sweet treats, freshly baked breads, ready-made meals for you to take home, herbs and flowers, and much more, visit the Hazel Food Market on Saturdays in the heart of Pretorias Old East.Kids can play on the jungle gym and jumping castleswhile you relax in-between shopping with a sweet treat and frothy cappuccino.
When:Every Saturday 08:00 to 14:00.
Where:Greenlyn Village Centre, Menlo Park, Pretoria.
The Shed on R59
If you are looking for agreat place to take family and friends on a lazy Saturday afternoon, then be sure not to miss out on The Shed on R59 Market. There is something to tickle everyones fancy, from a safe kiddies play area to keep the little ones entertained, an artisanal brewery if you are a fan of beer, loads of tasty food stalls if youre feeling a little peckish, and last but not least, plenty of stalls offering a selection of wares ranging fromart and carpentry to clothing and stunning gifts(Christmas ideas before its too late!).
Where:109 Malcolm Road, Daleside.
When:Every Saturday 09:00 to 15:00.
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Fourways Farmers Market
If youre looking toescape the dreaded routine of shopping in supermarkets for your groceries, then be sure to head to the Fourways Farmers Market. Set outdoors in the fresh air, they have carefully selected a number of traders who bring you the best products for you to take home! Enjoy browsing and shopping through at50 stalls offering nothing but the finest foods, from organically grown veggies, herbs and eggs to locally made cheese, cured meats and indulgent baked treats.
Where:Montecasino Boulevard and William Nicol Drive, Fourways, Johannesburg.
When:Every Sunday 10:00 to 15:00.
Walkerville Farmers Market
For the best and freshest farm produce, be sure to head to the Walkerville Farmers Market, where onlyquality homegrown, handmade and homemade productsare sold! Not only do they offer the best farm fresh produce, from veggies and fruits to nuts, herbs and honey, but they also offer a great variety of home-crafted products, antiques, woodwork, glass ware and other exciting merchandise! There is plenty to keep the kids entertained from fun childrensactivities likepony rides and face painting. Also,your four-legged friends are welcome, too!
Where:112 Main Road (R82), Walkerville.
When:Every Saturday 09:00 to 15:00.
In2Fresh Farmers Market
Set in a fresh andrelaxing country setting, the In2Fresh Farmers Market in Modderfonteinis an artisanal market which offers a variety of high quality, fresh foods and produce. Browse and shop through stalls filled with farm fresh veggies, free-range eggs, cheese and honey, decadent cakes, pickles, sauces and a whole lot more! The neighbouring restaurant makes a mean cup of coffee, too!
Where:Corner Main and High Streets, Modderfontein.
When:Open on thelastSaturday of the month 08:00 to 14:00.
Irene Village Market
Irene Village Market is full ofcrafts, vintage items, antiques and good food! The setting makes you feel as if you are walking through a forest, and there is a vast selection of goods for sale that will leave you in awe! You will be blown away byall of the creativity on display at this market. Theres plenty ofentertainment to keep the kids happyand if you are looking to grab a bite to eat or something to quench your thirst, they have a fully licensed tea garden and food stalls for Africa!
Where:Jan Smuts Museum, Jan Smuts Avenue, Centurion.
When:Second and last Saturday of the month 09:00 to 14:00.