Is Salamanca market worth visiting?
A must do if in Hobart on a Saturday. A variety of produce, foods, locally handmade arts & crafts & so much more. Lovely place to stroll through if weather is sunny, not so good if it’s raining.
What day is the Salamanca Market held in Hobart?
Salamanca Market is held every Saturday, except for occasions when Anzac Day or Christmas Day fall on a Saturday – then the market operates on Sunday of the same weekend. The market operating hours are from 8.30 am until 3pm. Salamanca Market is run by the Hobart City Council.
Is Salamanca Market on this weekend?
Now in it’s 50th year, Salamanca Market – currently operating as Tasmania’s Own Market – is open each Saturday from 8.30 am – 3.00 pm.
How long do you spend at the Salamanca markets?
Allow 4 hours – so many food options you could stay for lunch. But recommend you go up to Battery Point historic site just up behind the markets. Spend maybe 30-60 minutes having a look there also.
Is Salamanca Market Free?
Salamanca Market is open every Saturday (except for Christmas Day or Anzac Day when the market is held on Sunday), rain or shine, from 8:30am to 3:00pm. The market is only cancelled under extreme weather conditions. Free entry.
Do you need cash for Salamanca markets?
We encourage customers to make use of card payments where possible however cash accepted at most stalls. Our volunteer ‘safety angels’ will be roving around the market to help us maintain a safe event. If you have any safety concerns or questions please have a chat to one of our safety angels.
What day is Salamanca Market open?
When is the market on? The market is held every Saturday from 8.30 am to 3 pm.
What day is Salamanca market open?
Do you need cash at Salamanca Market?
How long should you spend at Mona?
You could spend a whole day at Mona but two or three hours will give you a sense of the best bits. The building itself is stunning.
Do you have to wear masks at Salamanca Market?
Face masks are now mandatory at events with over 1000 people. Please bring your own reusable fabric facemask to wear at the market or use one of the disposable ones provided at the entrances.
Why is Salamanca Market famous?
Salamanca Markets – This famous outdoor market attracts thousands of locals and visitors every Saturday. With a range of 300 stallholders you wll find hand made Tasmanian pieces from woodwork to jewellery, collectibles, gourmet foods, fresh fruit and organic vegetables, all accompanied by buskers and music.