Founded in 1750, The Halifax Farmers Market Cooperative is the oldest continuously running farmers market in North America. The first market vendors were Acadian - the original European immigrants to the land. Currently, the market has over 200 vendors selling some of Nova Scotias best local products including fresh produce, maple products, crafts, flowers, cheeses, meats, baked goods, coffee and so much more! The Halifax Seaport Farmers Market moved to its new location on Halifaxs Waterfront during the summer of 2010 at Pier 20, the busiest tourist entry point in the province. It is the heart of the cultural, social and community centre that is emerging in the Halifax Seaport Development. The new market includes store fronts selling cheese, gourmet chocolates and patisserie and fresh and cooked fish which are open six days a week. The main market is open 4 days a week (see hours below) and includes a Friday International Day with vendors selling prepared foods and crafts from all over the world.
Pier 20, 1209 Marginal Road, on the Halifax waterfront
Saturdays from 7AM -4PM
Sundays from 8AM -4PM
Tuesday to Thursday 8AM to 4PM
Friday (International Day) from 8AM to 7PM
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