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Queen Victoria Market
Queen Victoria Market

Queen Victoria Market

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Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
+61 3 9320 5822
http://www.qvm.com.au/
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The Queen Victoria Market in Melbourne today looks completely different than it did during its beginnings as a cemetery, a livestock market, and a wholesale produce market. Today, visitors revere it ... Read more
for the fresh open air, community experience, abundance of fresh produce and delicious culinary creations of market vendors. The Queen Victoria Market hosts guided tours of the historic market areas as well as cooking classes. If you cannot attend the Market in person, check out some of the delivery services available to enjoy fresh fruit, vegetables and more at home.

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Los Angeles

This massive food market has everything you could want from dessert, to drinks to food from all over the world - it's a food lover's paradise! You won't leave hungry.

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Sydney

Good place to find a deal. Not much of a difference to other markets but the location is good

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Reading

Long established market near to the City Centre. Excellent food market but the general market didn't seem to have much to offer.

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Sydney

Lacklustre for what I was expecting. All of the market stalls had the same cheap junk.

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New York City

Queen Victoria Market is a huge open-air market. Locals and tourists can find anything and everything imaginable, from souvenirs to local produce and fish. Weekends are particularly crazy.

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Singapore

not my favorite market in Melbourne but definitely worth a visit! there's so much they offer and it's fun to walk around and see what they sell in the market :)

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Singapore

One of the best weekend market around with really good food kiosk around. Theres a famous doughnut van that fries their donut on the spot and injects them with Strawberry Jam

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Cape Town

I was there for the night market on Wednesday night. It's open till 10 pm and basically it's turn in totally amazing "food festival". You can buy some stuff, eat, drink or participate in silent disco which is much better fun then it sound. Trust me, I also didn't believe :D

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Klang

Queen Victoria Market is more than just Melbourne's shopping mecca - it is a historic landmark, a tourist attraction and an institution for visitors.

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Milpitas

Markets (with food) are my favorite places in the world so I may be slightly biased :p This us apparently the largest market of its kind in Australia, selling everything from produce to clothing/souvenirs (great for locals and tourists alike). The Wednesday Night Market is a must if you consider yourself a foodie, or you are simply looking to explore some new cuisines you are unfamiliar with!

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Wellington

Head here if you're after fresh local produce and a buzzing atmosphere! With its lively vibe, browsing the market is great place for picking up veggies as well as souvenirs.
There a almost many cafes and shops with a strong design led aesthetic surrounding the market so make sure to have a walk around the area afterwards.

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Singapore

Enjoyed the variety of produce here! Many artisanal foods as well. Good to walk around and just enjoy the atmosphere too!

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San Jose

Part flea market, part souvenir shop, but 100% Melbourne.

I purchased a nice wool sheep skin, which I use every day on my office chair. It keeps it cool during the summer, and warm during the winter.

Skip the tourist shops, go here instead.

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San Diego

Hurry! There's only one Stir Friday left in the season (Nov. 27) A lot smaller than Night Noodle Markets, but delicious! And with a smaller crowd, there's a shorter line!

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New York City

Huge outdoor market. Great deals, fresh products. Found some great things here.

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Local from Melbourne

Amazing place to visit, no matter if you are a tourist or a local. The goods market itself if very touristy, but the food market, particularly the delicatessen are to die for. Some of the best stuff I have ever had - you do pay for the better product, but it is very much worth it.

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Occupying an entire city block, Victoria Markets is where the locals go to get their fresh fruit & veg, meat, poultry, smallgoods and seafood, plus lots of stalls selling everything from clothing to local art to leather goods to who knows what.

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Local from Melbourne

The Queen Vic Market is a massive multicultural area with lots to buy. It includes fresh produce, clothes, jewellery, accessories and more. My favourite part about the market is the Hot jam donut truck that is always just outside!

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Get lost in the maze of stalls while munching on the best churros in Melbourne!

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Local from Melbourne

The market is pretty great for tourists and has a lot of cool stuff but for any locals going once is probably enough, its quite gimmicky and a lot of the market stalls are repeated. Its not that busy but it used to be far better. The fruit, veg and meat section is alright. Overall I prefer the South Melbourne Market over it.

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