The Wholesale Fruit and Vegetable Market is a Victorian era structure built in 1892 by the then Dublin Corporation. It was built as a dedicated market space for local farmers/traders to sell/buy fresh produce. The building is constructed from a variety of materials including redbrick, steel and wood. The inside of the building consists of a large trading floor which can be separated into lots for each trader to operate from. The building can be accessed by a variety of doors decorated with images of produce made of steel. These decorations become more detailed as you get closer to the market’s main entrance.
Tour every hour from 10am-4pm
- There are no Toilet facilities available.
- The building is an open space and visitors are advised to dress for outdoor.
- Wheelchair Accessible.