This descriptive cross-sectional study examined the impact of knowledge and awareness regarding coping with menopause among Bodija market women in Ibadan, Oyo state, Nigeria. It was conducted in the purposively selected centrally located Bodija market, in Ibadan North local government area of the state. The study population consisted of women of pre-menopausal and menopausal age from 40 to 60 years and above. The simple random sampling technique was employed in selecting 800 market stalls from which 500 respondents were also randomly selected. A pretested semi-structured questionnaire with a reliability coefficient of 0.79 was used to collect data which were thereafter retrieved, sorted out and analysed using descriptive statistics, percentages and Analysis of Variance (ANOVA). Out of the 500 questionnaires administered, 400 were found suitable for analysis. Of the 400 respondents 25.4% were within ages 40 and 50 years, 48.5% between 51 and 60 years and 26.1% were 61 years or more. Among them 81% were married, 7% widowed and 12% divorced. Also, 9.4% were holders of Grade II teachers certificate, 11.3% were secondary school certificate holders, 15.1% read up to primary six level while the remaining 64.2% had no formal education. The five hypotheses raised were all accepted based on the result of Analysis of Variance. It was therefore concluded that women of premenopausal, perimenopausal and menopausal age need to be enlightened on strategies required to cope with menopausal age, and that with good, reliable and appropriate information coupled with a lot of reassurance, menopause can be managed, such that those concerned can continue to live a normal life at menopause.