A bustling street market and major shopping destination in Amsterdam's historic Jordaan neighborhood.

A Historic Market

On Saturdays, visitors to Amsterdam can head to the Jordaan neighborhood and browse the lively stalls of the Noordermarkt. Originally founded as a pottery market in 1623, the Noordermarkt is one of the oldest ongoing sites of trade in the city. And these days, you can find a lot more than pottery.

Antique and Vintage Finds

Considering its long history, it’s unsurprising that the Noordermarkt is known for selling items from another age. Vintage clothes, antiques, vinyl records, and used books are all in abundant supply. Those willing to look more carefully may even discover some rarities! Find a full list of vendors on the website.

There’s an organic farmer’s market adjacent to the Noordermarkt, and the Lindengrachtmarkt is just around the corner. Many visitors also choose to grab a piece of homemade apple pie at the nearby Winkel 43. There’s so much to see at Noordermarkt that one could easily spend the whole day shopping.

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