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Soulard Farmer's Market, Saint Louis

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  • Unfortunately, we visited the market Saturday afternoon and many vendor were already closed. While we didn't get to experience the market at it's fullest, it was still worth the trip!  more »
  • Visited the Soulard Farmers Market while staying in the Soulard area of St Louis; went on a Friday so not real busy. The market has great looking produce but also merchants with candy, cheeses, and me...  more »
  • We went on a very chilly day to take people on a photo trip. I wasn't sure what we would find, however we found many vendors selling their colorful fruits and vegetables. I think I was surprised about...  more »
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  • Just went back for the first time in a couple years and absolutely nothing has changed. I though this market was supposed to be renovated? It's a fun experience with good vendors but the building has seen better days.
  • Fantastic market atmosphere in a downtown setting. My daughter and I go once a week to see the live animals and music. Plus we can get a cold drink, something sweet and then off to Soulard Park. After the park daddy gets to shop some local produce. Big fun!
  • A favorite memory since I was a kid was coming down to Soulard Market. Now the hubby and I walk or bike down most Saturdays for fruits, vegetables, spices, meats, scarves, pretty much whatever we need. People are great and the smells are even better.
  • Lots of vendors with fresh vegetables, pastas, various sunglasses, scarves. Big draws are shops dedicated to spices and a butcher shop.
  • I went a bit too early on a weekday, so there weren't a lot of vendors. The people I did visit were very friendly and helpful. Nice neighborhood with other local shops and historic architecture. Walkable from the arch if you have good shoes and weather.