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Saint Paul Farmers' Market, St Paul

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Contact: +1 651 227 8101
Open Hours: 6am-1pm Sat; 8am-1pm Sun

Established in 1853 and originally housed in a two-story brick building, St. Paul's first public market stayed open year round. Operated by the St. Paul Growers' Association, Inc., the current Saint Paul Farmers' Market is open seasonally and includes many satellite locations throughout the Twin Cities. The main downtown market has been at its current location since 1982. Used as a parking lot during the off-season, this quaint covered market still caters to all who crave freshness. From 167 open-air stalls, local growers offer items including apples, broccoli, eggs, honey, jellies, pumpkins, soaps, syrup, tomatoes and much more. Prices vary, since each grower is independently offering their products to the public.