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Wander through the

Châlons‑en‑Champagne market

Whether on holiday or on a weekend, we all love to wander around markets to meet local producers, discover their specialities or simply spend time with our families. Enjoy the Châlons-en-Champagne market which runs 3 days a week.

Stroll through the market

and take your time

There is nothing more pleasant to start the day than a stroll through the market.

The Châlons-en-Champagne market is open 3 days a week: Wednesdays and Saturdays from 7am to 1pm and a smaller market on Sundays from 7am to 12.30pm.

Inside the market hall and running along in front of it, you will find a wide choice of producers including cheese makers, fishmongers, charcuterie, rotisseries, fruit and vegetables, spices, flowers, deli products and more.

On Place Godart, there is a large selection of clothing and accessory stands (Wednesdays and Saturdays only).

Many local producers

on the market

Fruit and vegetables

  • SARL Janson
  • Chez Delphine
  • SARL HT
  • Ets Patrick Dommange
  • Vergers Mme Thiry

          Meat and fish

          • Ferme de la Herse
          • Boucherie Vachet
          • Rôtisserie Billaudel
          • Le Coq Doré
          • Vola’Fermes
          • Titi Pâtés
          • Pâté Croutes Piquet’s
          • Poissonnerie Chalonnaise

                        Other products

                        • La Ferme Gourmande (goat’s cheese and other produce)
                        • Dupont Gilles (organic bakery)
                        • Patisserie Fabien Guillaumet
                        • Miel de l’Argonne
                        • Gout’sa (Reunion Island specialities)
                                A market hall

                                listed as a Historic Monument

                                In addition to giving your taste buds a treat, when you come to the market in Châlons, you will have the chance to discover the “halle aux comestibles”, a steel construction that is typical of the late 19th century.

                                It was built in 1882 following the covering of the Mau river, based on the design of the Parisian Baltard market halls. It has been a listed building since 1988.

                                It was restored to its former glory as a covered market in 2000, following a vast renovation project in keeping with the original architecture.