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Whether you’re looking for an antique, a gift for a loved one or simply keen to find out the quality of arts and crafts in Belfast, you’ll find plenty to keep you occupied and help you to part with your money at some of the best markets in the area.

Lisburn Road Variety Market [map], Lisburn Road, is an indoor market that makes a nice change from the bright lights and high fashion of Lisburn Road.

Variety really is the order of the day here and you’ll be able to haggle for a number of bargains, including fresh fruit and veg, books, cycles, and a range of oddities that might just become antiques one day - if they aren’t already. There is wheelchair access and you can grab a quick bite to eat while you browse at one of the independent coffee shops and bakeries.

The Lisburn Variety Market is open 11.30am-6:00pm Monday to Saturday.

For a real treat head out of town on a Wednesday between 9:00am and 2:00pm to the seaside and pay a visit to The Bangor Open Market [map], Market Square off Main Street, Bangor.

Bangor Open Market is one of the biggest and best in Northern Ireland. You’ll find a mammoth selection of bargains in Market Square, including jewellery, sports goods, clothing, footwear, underwear and sweets galore. This is also a good place to pick up vintage and retro clothing. Get there early though as coaches full of bargain hunters descend on this area from across Northern Ireland and Ireland.

They say the early bird catches the worm and at St George’s Market [map], May Street, the early bird also has the chance to catch thousands of bargains, if he or she can make it down there by 5.30am when the trading begins.

Everyone else will be relieved to hear that St George’s Market remains open until 1pm on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, so that you can sleep in and still try to bag a bargain.

This long established market in Belfast, sells a staggering array of the freshest and cheapest produce in the city. There’s also a number of themed events where you can pick up something special for your parties at Christmas, on Halloween and St Patrick’s Day.

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