The Farmer's Market at Alexandria City Hall is thought to be one of the nation's oldest continually operating farmer's markets. Farmers and artists have been selling their products since 1753. The market is open every Saturday morning from 5:30am-10:30am year 'round, rain or shine and features produce vendors, framed art, handicrafts, jewelry and other wearable art, and baked goods. Located approximately 3 blocks from the Potomac River, Torpedo Factory Art Center and 8 miles southwest of Washington, D.C., Alexandria is accessible by car or public transportation (King Street Station on Metro's Yellow and Blue lines).
In addition, a new Water Taxi service and trolley system began operating in Alexandria as of April 1 for visitors to the National Harbor site in Prince George's County, Maryland. The Alexandria-National Harbor Water Taxi will operate seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. As of April 4, the ferry will provide service every half hour from the Gaylord Hotel at National Harbor and Alexandria waterfront from 10 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. daily. A one-way fare costs $7; round-trip fare, $14. Other water taxis originating from Washington Harbour in Georgetown to the Alexandria waterfront operate seasonally.
The City of Alexandria, over 250 years old, is a wonderful destination for people from all walks of life. Vibrant restaurants make up the King Street and Mt. Vernon Avenue corridors, and the Old Town section offers many historic attractions including Gadsby's Tavern, Carlyle House, The Lyceum, and the Black History Museum. Visit the City's Visitor Center located at Ramsay House, 221 King Street from 9a-5p Monday through Saturday (Telephone 888.738.2764) for more information. Enjoy your visit!
Market Square at Alexandria City Hall, 301 King Street in Old Town. Saturday mornings from 5:30-10:30.
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This is a nice farmer?s market for things like jams, baked goods, etc. HOWEVER, there are literally only 2 or 3 vendors here who sell produce that is organic or even local.... [more]
I usually hit up one stand here, only because they are the only ones selling local produce.
I've been to this Market in July, and asked where the tomatoes were from ,and was told CA.... [more]
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Great selection of organic and local produce, fruits and baked goods. The market has been in continuous operation since 1753