Hope Street Farmers' MarketCurrently Closed
- Address: Hope St & Blackstone Blvd, Providence, RI 02906, United States
- Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
- Tags: Market, Family And Kids
There are few things as wonderfully revealing about a city's character than its farmers markets. And this is a great one. Cooperatively managed by the best producers in Rhode Island, the market gathers fruit sellers and vegetable sellers, stalls filled with flowers, cheese, ice cream, bread, meat, seafood and other homemade goodies and treats. There is always live music at the market, and you are encouraged to bring your picnic baskets and blankets to enjoy the performances. All you can eat right there or take all this yummy prettiest back home to cook. See if you can get the locals to tell you more about how these products are grown. Chat people up. The best fun here is in the interaction and engagement.
Hope Street Farmers' Market Travel Tips
- There are no restrooms at the market.
How to Reach Hope Street Farmers' Market
- Buses 1, 40 stop Hope Before Chace
- Drive to here or take a taxi.
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Hope Street Farmers' Market Reviews & Ratings
Love this Farmers market, many vendors room fresh seafood, farm raised meat and the best produce. Our favorite stand is fully rooted- they have the best juice it is a MUST TRY! Also there are a lot of local artists and food trucks.
Love love love this place. Great place to find unique jewelry, collectibles, food, soaps and anything else you can think of. Love it
Beautiful Market! Im from Iowa and love farmer markets! Love the location at the park! Which was sunny but lots of tree coverage. Found some Great jewelry. Also found tasty rooted juice and ghee!
Best farmers market in the city. Community oriented with great vendors and plenty of space
Best peaches I have seen all season. Lots of fresh fruits, vegetables and spices.