Open Hours: Mo to Sa from 06:00 AM to 05:00 PM,Su from 10:00 AM to 03:00 PM
At the west end of Victoria Street is a new Indian market, built in 1973 after a fire destroyed the original buildings. ... More
Victoria Street Market (The)
At the west end of Victoria Street is a new Indian market, built in 1973 after a fire destroyed the original buildings. Although the modern building lacks the charm of the old market stalls, it is still a fascinating mix of Africa and the Orient. There are around 180 stalls selling basketwork and brassware, wood articles as well as meat, fish, fruit and vegetables. The stalls' main attractions are the exotic spices and dried beans imported from India. They are ideal for making curries, and cooks will find them invaluable if staying in self-catering accommodation. The souvenir stalls display typical items, but it's possible to find some very attractive products.
Nothing attracts people more than the prospect of a bargain. Combine that with a vibrant mix of cultures, a century
of history and find a full day's activities in one location. There is plenty on offer here; from meat, ...
This Renaissance Market is one of the highlights of the area known as the Drag, located just across the street
from the UT campus. It is open year round and features the handiwork of some great local artisans. There ...
Set in a tranquil park setting, this market offers a fantastic range of homemade crafts as well as alfresco art
displays. Stained glass, homemade decorative candles, clothing and other interesting stalls are on display for the discerning shopper. Africa ...