A market experience you’re sure to remember. The Liverpool Makers Market features a collection of fine food, art, crafts and more created by local producers. Sellers at the market personally make every product that they sell, and this lends to the authentic and creative nature of the goods sold.
Makers Markets are held in various cities in the UK, and the Liverpool market is held every third Sunday at the Bombed Out Church in the Ropewalks district. If you’re in search of locally sourced foods, homemade gifts, original art and more, this market is worth a spot on your itinerary.
Highlights of the Liverpool Makers Market
For those looking for gourmet foods while visiting the Liverpool Makers Market, Daddy Cool’s Chili Sauce specialises in chilli pepper recipes, hot sauces, smoking peppers and more. In the mood for mouthwatering pork or vegetarian pie? Check out Cumbrian Pie Company. Alex Bakery can satisfy your sweet tooth with cupcakes from Salford, plus cake in a jar and seasonal offerings.
If you’re running low on tea, Parched Tea is a wholesaler of Loose Leaf and Fancy Free teas. For a special gift or a treat for yourself, stop by Signature Soaps, which specialises in artisan soaps, creams and soy candles.
Makers Market has several locations in the UK operating on different schedules, so if you’re travelling or miss the Liverpool market, you can visit another site. Additionally, the market offers an online shop featuring several favourite makers.
Considering the many vendors featured at Liverpool Makers Market, you could spend several hours browsing and snacking. If you’d like to extend your journey to an entire day, you can explore the Ropewalks district with its abundance of vinyl shops, bookstores and other vintage sellers. There are plenty of spots to grab a drink, such as Heebie Jeebies, which has a courtyard and 3 floors of space to mill about.
Location: Leece St, Liverpool L1 2TR, UK
Open: Third Sunday of every month from 11 am to 4 pm