The Adelaide Antique Markets is a must for those visiting Adelaide who are lovers of antiques, vintage clothing, collectibles and jewellery. It usually has about 30 large market stalls selling furniture, paintings, books, music, musical instruments, ceramics, glass, and bric-a-brac. It’s in the high end of the market, and does have really beautiful and high quality antiques for the discerning collector, however it also has little trinkets and keepsakes as gifts for all occasions.
The market is not large and runs in conjunction with the larger Adelaide Markets , but the quality is unquestionable and whether or not you are a local or a visitor to Adelaide and you love collecting, antiques and olde world charm, a visit to the Adelaide Antiques Market is a must.
32 Grote Street, Adelaide – site of the Adelaide Markets in Victoria Square. The City to Bay tram stops right at the door. Any city bound public transport will drop you off in the vicinity of the Market with a short walk. There is also the free Adelaide Connector bus which circulates through the city heart. You can jump on and off in a number of locations, one of which is the Market.