Old Town Markets, Bristol
The old Corn Exchange is now used for an indoor market full of all kind of things from Italian delis to New Age books. It is a lovely old building too, and famous for its clock with two minute hands since before GMT was introduced, Bristol and London had different time zones, Bristol being further west.
Built in 1745 it is one of the few glass covered markets left in the UK and the biggest and most varied in the West country. I can spend hours there shopping in the speciality shops, there is everything from clothing to bead makers, vegetable stalls,fish shops, tattoo parlours,antique stalls and bric a brac.The market has expanded into the Corn exchange on 2 floors