High Wycombe market is a diverse and vibrant community of creative makers, street food sellers and independent traders. Pick up fresh fruit and veg, home-made jam and household goods, or head over to the dedicated food court for a feast of quick eats. From Insta-inspired desserts to authentic Jamaican and Greek cuisine – this historic market has something for everyone.
Since first receiving its ‘Market Borough’ status in the early 13th Century, High Wycombe’s identity has long been defined by its ‘market town’ label. Having been in place for over 700 years, the town’s weekly charter market is one of the country’s oldest still in existence.
High Wycombe’s unique position as a main route between London & Oxford, meant the town quickly established itself as an ideal stopping point for weary travellers.
As the town’s industry grew, so did its population, and by the time High Wycombe’s famous furniture industry was established in the late 1800s, the town boasted over 13,000 residents, many of whom relied on the town’s market for their provisions.
The market’s historic origins can still be seen on the High Street today. Positioned in the ‘Corn Market’ and adjacent to the ‘Little Market House’, the market is now held three days a week on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
With stalls offering staples including fresh fruit and vegetables, flowers and household essentials, in recent years the market has been bolstered by clothing, handicraft and gift stalls, bespoke ingredients and an ever-changing selection of food trucks. From Indian, Jamaican and Lebanese dishes to trendy Vegan fare and Italian barista coffee, visitors and residents can enjoy a host of globally inspired cuisine. High Wycombe also plays host to a number of ‘Specialist Markets’ throughout the year:
The annual ‘Christmas Market’ is a fun-filled family celebration featuring musical entertainment, seasonal food and drink and a multitude of Christmas gift stalls.
A popular ‘Vegan Market’ is now a regular fixture on the calendar, visiting the town centre 3 times a year and bringing 30+ specialist retailers, offering a wide variety of Vegan & ethically produced foods, clothing, beauty and household items.
Market patrons can enjoy a varied and delicious array of cuisines available from Street Food market on normal market dates.
A familiar face on the market, Zink offers traditional Caribbean cuisine with a twist.
The perfect option for that mid-morning pick-me-up. Authentic Italian coffee and delicious snacks.
Zero waste shopping and delivery of refilled goods and eco-friendly essentials to help you to reduce your plastic waste.
A family run stall offering authentic Lebanese food, made with love.
Offering a delicious array of artisan cheeses, olive oil and pasta. Organic and vegan-friendly wine also available.
From top tacos to fabulous fajitas – Blidandos brings you classic Mexican food. A favourite amongst regular market visitors.
Another familiar face on the market, K&K offers mouthwatering fresh Indian food – including kebab rolls and biryani.
Chef on Wheels
A beautiful vintage red caravan offering a delicious selection of Italian street food.
Ribs, chicken and smoked sausages: Enjoy an array of BBQ options.
Shop a range of crystals, minerals and holistic accessories.
The very best selection of local and seasonal produce.
Paul's Hand Carved
Hand crafted wooden toys and trinkets.
Dreadz Martial Arts
Explore a huge range of martial arts equipment.
Katie Celaschi Art
Stunning original artwork created by local artist, Katie Celaschi.