This was such a nice farmers market with a large variety of vendors. The day was unseasonably warm and there were a lot of people out and about. Close to downtown, so you could park in one place and go to several places. And parking was plentiful.
We came here directly from our tour at Coors Brewery. What an awesome Farmer's market! Every vegetable and fruit you can think of was available to buy. You could also buy free range chicken, beef, even lamb! Lot of yummy things to sample, i.e. sauces, dressings, marinades, cheese, etc. There also was organic skin care, soaps and more available! Live... 更多
Great set up, variety of participants - Lots of samples and great products from produce, breads, hot sauces, wine, soaps, jewelry, art...worth stopping and walking through! Even entertainment!
Great way to spend a Saturday morning. Fabulous produce, the colors and variety is almost overwhelming. The samples are nearly a meal, the people are great, and the musical entertainment an unexpected bonus.
We were in Boulder for a weekend and made sure that we made it to town early enough to spend some time at the farmers market. There was a great variety of vendors, and the market's location right next to Central Park made it easy to relax while snacking on the treats we bought. We also ate lunch there, and... 更多
There are two farmers' markets in Boulder and both are lots of fun and very much community experiences. The Wednesday Market is lees crowded than Saturday's, but both have a wide array of good food stands, fresh produce, musicians, and more. Good people-watching. You can buy food and have a picnic in the adjacent park. Although pets are officially banned,... 更多
This is a lovely little market right in the heart of downtown. I love that they also have a Wednesday evening market! Get there early for the best selection and for fewer crowds. If you're at the market during peach season, get your hands on some of those for sure!!!
We have been to a lot of farmer's markets. This is by far the best. I wish we lived here so I could shop every week. We took home coffee, honey and chocolate and ate a bag of peaches at our hotel. It is busy but not overwhelming. Very family friendly. But not dogs. :(