The Wednesday market
Since the late twelfth century, Wednesday has been market day in Brou.
So it took place then in a wooden hall built before 1368, measuring more than double the present hall, which offers a covered market for cereals, meat products and woven goods made in the region.
The present smaller Hall was built in stone in 1846. From the beginning of the century to 1940, the markets for calves and for poultry, major events in the area, made Brou’s Hall famous.
Today, the market dominates the town centre.
And if over the years, the reputation and popularity of the Brou market have lasted, it is also thanks to seasonal events organised by regular and occasional traders.
The Sunday Market
A market is held every Sunday morning in the hall during winter and the Matrassière Square on sunny days.
The evening markets
Two markets take place in the evenings during summer. Handicraft and local products, in addition to more traditional stalls, all within the Place des Halles.