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Riverside Arts Market, Jacksonville

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Organized by Riverside Avondale Preservation (RAP), a neighborhood non-profit, the Riverside Arts Market, also known as RAM, offers a dependable and affordable marketplace for artists and artisans to sell their products in a vibrant environment that serves as an inexpensive weekend storefront for their creative efforts. In addition to artist vendors, the weekly Market features live musical entertainment, street performers, food vendors and a fresh produce market. The market site includes space for 162 vendors, a performance stage with seating for 300 and ample free parking and restrooms, all under the canopy of the Fuller Warren Bridge, which carries Interstate 95 over the St. Johns River in downtown Jacksonville. Admission is always free. The Riverside Arts Market is a private/public partnership with the City of Jacksonville.
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Accommodations are spread out across Jacksonville and mainly consist of large hotels. For a more scenic stay, consider a hotel on the riverfront or the coast. Beachside accommodations provide the added benefit of being in a much quieter and slower-paced part of the city, but you are farther away from the majority of the city's cultural attractions. If you are planning a longer stay, consider a vacation rental with a kitchen to help ease food costs. These rentals are frequently located in residential neighborhoods.
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  • We like going with our kids to walk around and listen to the music. There are interesting local vendors selling homemade items and plenty of food options. and it is so much cooler under thr bridge wit...  more »
  • If you're going to the Cummer Museum you can walk down the street to this market. There were good food options and lots of different vendors. A mild bohemian and granola feel to it...so it's a good op...  more »
  • This is a cool place to visit on the weekend. Plenty of awesome vendors with flea market style collectibles, and a great selection of food vendors. Its right by the water and shaded pretty well so you...  more »
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  • Fun Saturday afternoon outing. Lots of local vendors selling everything from vegetables to cheese to soap. Always musical entertainment lots of food offerings again from local vendors. Get out and support your community take the dog take the kids meet your friends because they will all be there
  • There are a lot of great stands to check out, good food, and live music. Also, the location keeps it from getting too hot in the summer. It's a fun time.
  • Great way to spend a relaxing Saturday morning! Plenty of local produce and artisans as well as some fantastic food carts. A lovely family outing.
  • Wide open market. A little of everything, lots of food , produce, and trendy market style meats, cheeses, breads, eggs etc. under a bridge so breezy and shaded. Relaxing fun . Great for kids . MANY MANY DOGS😀🐶🐶
  • Always enjoy the arts market. Nice place to spend a Saturday morning. Lots of vendors and beautiful views.