Barrow Market is located in the heart of Barrow Town Centre. The original covered Market was built in 1864 for the Furness Railway Company and bought by Barrow Borough Council in 1874. Barrow Market hall has proudly stood the test of time for over 150 years. Barrow-in-Furness is a chartered market town and to this day continues the long tradition of welcoming shoppers from Barrow and beyond.
Stallholders at Barrow Market Hall are happy to offer specialist advice and take great delight in discussing their products. The also enjoy having a friendly chat with their customers. Many stallholders have a wealth of experience and have been producing / selling fine local food for many years. Cumbria specialist foods on offer include: Sillfield Wild Boar Produce, Cumbrian Lamb, Pork, Beef, Gammon, Bacon and Sausages, Free Range Farm Eggs, Cumberland Smokies and Local Burgers.