9am - 4:30pm, Tuesday to Saturday.
“ The Pannire Market makes Tavistock what it is. It provides the centre of the town and provides a brilliant atmosphere. The building itself is fantastic and you can wander around inside for a good hour. There are lots of different stalls - which change depending on the day of the week. Some have been there for as long as I can remember. It is well maintained and the toilets here are also kept immaculate. ”
Sunday, June 06 2010, 4:45PM
Situated at the very heart of the historic town of Tavistock is the ancient Pannier Market. The Market was granted its Royal Charter in 1105 and has survived without a break for over 900 years.
Today, this wonderful indoor market attracts customers from far and wide, all of whom relishing in the quality and variety of products on offer.
The Market is open daily Tuesday to Saturday between the hours of 9am to 4:30pm.
Tavistock Pannier Market has a great selection of 5 day traders who are always present in the market, these being mostly found around the perimeter of the market. In addition, many of the remaining stalls change throughout the week to reflect the different daily themes which are detailed below…
Mondays – Closed
Tuesdays – Antiques, Collectables, Bric-a-Brac & Crafted Wares.
Wednesdays – A mixed market with a varied range of Good and Crafted Wares.
Thursdays – Another interesting mixed market of Goods and Crafted Wares. Maundy Thursday hosts the Charter Market.
Fridays – Original Charter Market (dated 1105). Goods, Produce (including organic). Home to the WI. Good Friday hosts a mixed market.
1st Saturday of the month – Aladdins Cave
2nd Saturday of the month – Craft Market
3rd Saturday of the month – Mixed Market
4th Saturday of the month – Victorian Market
Tavistock Pannier Market offers a rich diversity of traders on a daily basis. Some of these traders have permanent stalls within the market whilst others visit once or twice a week, reflecting the different themes of the market.
Thursday, May 06 2010, 11:57AM
“The Tavistock Pannier Market is a must if you are visiting. It has a lovely atmosphere and an amazing array of shops and stalls. The craft stall has the largest range of card making equipment, stamps, cutters and embelishments I have seen in a long time and at fairly reasonable prices. The DIY stall is also very good. Not a large range but very cheap if they have what you are looking for.”Report
Thursday, May 06 2010, 10:16AM
“Here youll find plenty of charm and a friendly atmosphere. It is one of the South Wests largest indoor markets and there's something for everyone. There is a wide range of stalls, with everything from fresh local produce, to prints and pictures. The market is a must-see attraction for all visitors to the town.”Report
Tuesday, May 04 2010, 7:52AM
“If you are looking for locally produced products that are often produced on a small scale and by skilled craftsmen and women then this market is for you. There is also food that is as fresh as it can be. Situated in historic surroundings that are full of tradition, the market is a must see for anyone visiting or living in Tavistock.”Report
Thursday, April 22 2010, 5:30PM
“The Pannier Market never gets boring, there are always different stalls there. There are old fashioned sweet stalls, a stall which sells medditeranian treats such as olives, pottery, jewellery, handbags, DIY stalls, pet food and accessories, card making and crafts stalls, books, soaps and plants. Pretty much everything!”Report
Monday, April 12 2010, 7:26AM
“Apparently the market has been around for hundreds of years, which I find fascinating. Its important that we keep shopping there to preserve our heritage. It is a great little place, and really adds to the character of Tavistock. A lot of the stalls sell soaps, jewellery, paintings etc, but some of them are actually very very useful like the DIY ones in the back left hand corner.”Report
Thursday, March 25 2010, 9:56AM
“The Tavistock Pannier Market has a wide range of stalls including, pottery, tools, pet supplies, handmade soaps, jewellery, and more. It's great if you want to buy a unique gift for someone. There's lots of local and handmade produce, and is quite interesting to look around even if you're just browsing.”Report