Wednesday markets in Cape Town
Looking for something to do on a Wednesday? Here are the markets held in Cape Town and the Western Cape on Wednesdays. View featured markets below or skip to the A-Z of all Wednesday Markets.
Wednesday Markets – A-Z:
- Dean Street Food Market (Newlands)
Small weekly gourmet food market held in the Dean Street Arcade, Newlands.
- Earth Fair Food Market (Tokai & St George’s Mall)
The Earth Fair Market is a weekly food market held on Saturdays (9am-2pm) and Wednesdays (3pm-8.30pm) in Tokai and Thursdays (11am-3pm) at upper St George’s Mall in the city bowl.
- Graze Farmers Market (Stanford)
Weekly farmers’ market held at Graze Cafe in Queen Victoria Street, Stanford (Overberg region). Wednesdays from 9am-midday.
Contact: 076 243 1930
- I Love Big Bay Market (Blouberg)
I Love Big Bay Market is a lively food and craft market held on selected dates in summer at the Big Bay Surf Lifesaving club in Blouberg (near Eden on the Bay shopping centre – Otto Du Plessis Drive).
- The Mojo Market (Sea Point)
The Mojo Market is a contemporary, indoor food and lifestyle market situated in the heart of Sea Point. The market is a hybrid and eclectic mix of 20 designer retail stalls, a weekend market and 35 food vendors. Open 7 days a week, from 8am-11pm daily.
- Truth Timeless Market (City Bowl)
Small design and vintage market held monthly at Truth Coffee in Buitenkant Street. Selected dates – contact market organisers for current details.
- V&A Food Market (V&A Waterfront)
Daily food market at the V&A Waterfront. Open 7 days a week (rain or shine). Old Power Station, Building 19, Dock Road, Pier Head, V&A Waterfront.
(Note: Times and dates are subject to change. Cape Markets relies on market organisers for this information and cannot guarantee its accuracy. Always check with market organisers if in any doubt.)
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