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Halifax Seaport Farmer's Market

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Quiet but tasty weekday market

We dropped by for a bite to eat in the Farmer's Market before visiting the Pier 21 museum next... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
BoardingPass686774
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Ontario, Canada
Farmers stuff

We were at this very nice Farmer’s Market last Saturday. We were able to find paid parking across... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Rj L
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Moncton, Canada
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The Halifax Farmers' Market was created by Royal Proclamation in June of 1750, a year after the founding of Halifax. The Governor and Council designated a site for the Market - the present day Bank of Montreal building. For 50 years this flesh, meat...more
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1209 Marginal Rd, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 4P8, Canada
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All reviews saturday morning local produce baked goods nice market fresh vegetables food vendors lobster roll vendors selling cinnamon buns prepared food arts and crafts nova scotia great place to visit stalls jewelry wares coldwater
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Reviewed 3 days ago

We expected to see a much larger selection of fresh produce. There were some stalls with fruits and vegetables and others with fresh meat. Coffee and pastries were available also but most of the venders offered arts and crafts. There are more interesting places in...More

Thank Maryann L
Reviewed 1 week ago

We dropped by for a bite to eat in the Farmer's Market before visiting the Pier 21 museum next door. Unfortunately, on a Monday afternoon in October, most of the vendors were closed. Fortunately, the few we did visit were very good, especially the vendors...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We were at this very nice Farmer’s Market last Saturday. We were able to find paid parking across from the market. The actual market is in a nice two storey building and included lots of quality crafts and food stuff. We were particularly impressed with...More

Thank Rj L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Although this was an interesting place to visit, it would have been far more interesting on a Saturday when many more vendors set up their shops. It is a large building with lots of space for all types of food and craft vendors. We were...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Wow! On Saturdays, a lot of vendors set up shop. Different ethnic foods are sold and they are really good. I couldn’t decide which one to try! A variety of gifts, crafts and souvenirs are also sold. Worth the visit!

Thank Mishka01
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Went to the Farmers Market and found Charlene's Seafood Chowder....the best seafood chowder we have ever tasted!! Whole scollops, full lobster claw. ++ crab meat..and the flavour of the 'creamy broth' wonderful

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We went on a Saturday around 10:30 am and it was bustling and hustling! There is so much variety, we just started on one end and worked our way down. We were tourists so we couldn't take advantage of the multitude of fresh produce, cheeses,...More

Thank Janine H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The Halifax Seaport Market has a variety of arts and crafts, coffee, baked goods, and wine for sale. Adjacent to the market is another retail area with many t shirts magnets, and other typical souvenirs.

Thank DHT22
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is the oldest continuously operating farmer's market in North America having been founded in 1750. Over the years the market has been held in many locations around Halifax, Nova Scotia, including Keith's Brewery Building on 1496 Lower Water Street. Inside the market you can...More

Thank Zhabrina
Reviewed September 15, 2018 via mobile

Located at one end of the harbourwalk where the cruise ship boards.Easy walk even good for people in wheelchairs as it is on a boardwalk Lots of veggies, wines, and baked goods available. Quite a few food stands even Cheelin Express restaurant and Goldwater for...More

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Beverly D
October 18, 2017|
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Response from Polgara2 | Reviewed this property |
They open early with people queuing at 6.30 am - opens 7 am. There is a large car park near the Cunard centre Pier 23. We arrived by ship so parking wasn't an issue.
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Beverly D
October 18, 2017|
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Response from SherriMR | Reviewed this property |
They open around 7 am..... it can be busy at that time of day but that is when the variety is the best......
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Kelly1012
July 10, 2017|
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Response from SherriMR | Reviewed this property |
There are numerous spots to grab a bite..... but the best spot to eat is up on the roof top.... if it isn't too windy.... or on the steps where you can watch everyone milling around the vendors.
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