Triple Market Weekend

The perfect time to enjoy all three Faversham Markets in one weekend

Faversham Markets hold three different markets each month, taking place in Faversham’s picturesque town centre.

Most months, all three of these markets coincide with the first weekend of the month, creating what is popularly known as Triple Market Weekend! Visitors and shoppers can visit both Faversham Charter Market and Best on Faversham Market on the Saturday and then enjoy Faversham Antiques Market on the Sunday.

This weekend is the perfect time to visit Faversham as the town centre is lovely and busy with plenty to see and enjoy.

Forthcoming Triple Market Weekends


6th & 7th April
4th & 5th May
1st & 2nd June
6th & 7th July
3rd & 4th August
No Triple Market Weekend in September*
5th & 6th October
2nd & 3rd November

Please note all three markets also be trade at our Christmas Markets Weekend.

*Please note, occasionally the dates don’t work out and Best of Faversham and Faversham Antiques Market take place over two separate weekends. Also, there is no Antiques Markets in September or Best of Faversham Markets in January.

It’s always worth checking our website before making arrangements to visit.

Faversham Charter Markets

Faversham Charter Market held weekly in the Market Place on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays and selling a wide selection of food, drink, clothing, plants and homewares. An excellent market to stock up on all your essentials.

Best of Faversham Market

Best of Faversham Market held on the first and third Saturday of each month in Preston Street, featuring locally produced crafts and produce including ceramics, jewellery, prints and photos, soft furnishings, glassware and more. Best of Faversham is a fabulous celebration of local artists, creatives and artisan producers and growers. It’s a popular market for those looking for unique gifts, or items for the home.

Faversham Antiques Market

Faversham Antiques Market held in the Market Place on the first Sunday of each month and specialising in antiques, decorative items and collectibles from across the decades. Believed to be the country’s largest town centre antiques market, it is a popular market amongst both the antiques trade and the public due to its large selection of stalls and traders.

A weekend in Faversham

With its stilted Guildhall, cobbled streets and historic buildings, Faversham town centre is a beautiful place to visit. The town is well-known for its selection of independent shops and places to eat and drink. There are businesses selling toys, gifts, records, knitting and sewing materials, artwork, plants and flowers, furniture, books and more. Along with the town centre markets, Faversham is a lovely place to go shopping.

The Faversham area is also home to some fascinating attractions and places to visit. Whilst visiting Triple Market Weekend, it’s definitely worth checking out some of the suggestions below.

  • Fleur de Lys Museum in Preston Street, a fascinating and quaint museum celebrating Faversham’s rich history from Roman times. The Victorian shopping arcade and hands-on telephone exchange are particularly popular amongst the little ones.
  • Brogdale Farm which is home to Brogdale Collections, with orchards containing the world’s largest collection of temperate fruits. They hold guided tours and regular events celebrating fruit and growing.
  • The independent Royal Cinema, built in 1936 with a gorgeous mock Tudor style to fit with its town centre surroundings.
  • Faversham has a wonderful selection of historic houses with beautiful gardens, including Belmont House, Doddington Place and Mount Ephraim.
  • Macknade Fine Foods, Kent’s largest food hall which specialises in food and drink from Kent, the UK and around the world.
  • Standard Quay, a beautiful spot by Faversham Creek with medieval and Victorian warehouses converted into picturesque shops and places to eat.
  • Huckleberry Woods Micro Animal Adventures, meet some tiny little creatures and take a micro pig for a walk!

Easy to reach

Faversham Railway Station is a short walk from the town centre with direct lines from London, Canterbury, Dover and Margate. The bus connections to Faversham are also good.

There is plenty of parking and bike racks in Faversham town centre with Central Car Park located within a couple of minutes from the Market Place and Preston Street.

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