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Cushendall Artisan Market

Cushendcall Boat Club Carpark, 68 Coast Road, Cushendall, County Antrim, BT44 0QW
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Visit the Naturally North Coast and Glens Artisan Market at the Boat Club Car Park in Cushendall this Summer.

Located on the Coast Road, Cushendall, this market is nestled in a picturesque setting with views of the stunning coastline and the backdrop of Lurigethan. Cushendun has a beautiful beach and is in the ideal location for a pitstop on the Causeway Coastal Route.

The stallholders are themselves producers – people who grow, make, create, style, rear, craft, design or bake the products that they sell.

Featuring a wide range of products including ceramics, street food, garden products, local produce and speciality food, art, handcrafted gifts, wood turning, pet products, gifts for children, cosmetic products and so much more.

Tip: If you plan to shop at the Cushendall Artisan Market, please have cash with you as some traders may experience poor internet signal at the site, preventing them from using their card machines.

The market is free to enter and is also dog friendly provided dogs are on a lead.

The Artisan Market is delivered by Naturally North Coast & Glens, an award-winning not-for-profit social enterprise.

Dates/Times may be subject to alteration for reasons outside the organisers' control. Outdoor events are always at the mercy of the weather. We always recommend checking the organisers' website/social media for the most current information before making any journeys.

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Season (11 Aug 2024)
Sunday11:00 - 16:00

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