Queen Victoria Market (also known as Vic Market or Queen Vic) is the main attraction in Melbourne, Australia. It is the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere which occupies an area of about seven hectares (17 acres).
Queen Victoria Market
Queen Victoria’s Market is a genuine, bustling, domestic market for the city that has been the heart and soul of Melbourne for 140 years. Being home to more than 600 small businesses, this is a great place to discover fresh and specialized, handmade and unique products, excellent coffee and food, souvenirs and clothes.
Shopping in the market has always been one of the greatest pleasures in life. This is not just an abundance of fresh products, it is a friendly banter with merchants, a vibrant and multicultural atmosphere, special events and festivals, as well as a sense of belonging that comes with it.
The market is open every day of the week, except Mondays and Wednesdays. On Wednesday evenings, during the summer months, there is a night market with restaurants, bars, entertainment and various other pavilions. It offers both local and international visitors a variety of fruits and vegetables, meat, poultry and seafood, gourmet and gourmet products, as well as branded delicacies. It also has a large non-food related market, selling a diverse range of clothing, shoes, jewelry and handmade arts and crafts.
On Wednesday evening, the Queen Victoria Market also has a night market where you can find global street food, enjoy live music and other entertainment, festival bars, specialty shops and have a great evening in Melbourne. The market also offers a historic event space with a wide selection of indoor and outdoor spaces.
Melbourne Food and Wine Festival is the Melbourne’s largest gastronomic festival. It is celebrated every year in Australia. The Melbourne Fresh Food House, Queen Victoria’s Market, hosts a 10 day festival with dinners, parties, demonstrations and free events for the whole family.
For the whole Day and Night, the market becomes a magnet for food-loving Melbourne residents and city guests celebrating everything that makes this city tasty, from Sichuan to spaghetti, from plants to passionate people.