The Fremont Market is how Seattle does Sundays. Established in 1990, this neighborhood market “in the center of the universe” has evolved into a thriving and diverse European-style street market that goes all year ’round for brunching and browsing, hand crafts, treasure hunting, vintage and one-of-a-kind, amazingly-cool-stuff. On any given Sunday, you’ll find anywhere up to 150 exhibitors from around the region.
About Fremont Market
What will you find at Fremont Market? Everything you can imagine – and some things you can’t.
Week after week you’ll find antiques, collectibles, bygones, retro, vintage, original fashion, tools, deluxe junk, and estate sale treasures.
In addition, there’s a constantly changing bazaar of colorful world imports, new and original designers, artists, and craftsmen with heart warming one-of-a-kind offerings.
Fremont Market Food
More popular than ever is the eclectic menu offered by street food vendors and a rotating cast of gourmet food trucks.
Fremont Market is surrounded by a fabulous selection of neighboring shops, cafes, and restaurants, bookended by Seattle’s own Theo Chocolate to the West and the Red Door Ale House on the East end.
Where you’ll find Fremont Market
The market is one mile north of Seattle’s Space Needle at the north end of the Fremont bridge. The trek is an easy 10-minute ride from downtown Seattle or the waterfront. Connect with Fremont Street Market.
- Website: http://www.fremontmarket.com
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/FremontSunMarkt
- Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/fremontsundaymarket
- Instagram: http://instagram.com/fremontsunmarket
Held year-round, rain or shine on Sundays, starting at 10:00 a.m. The market is free to the public, pet-friendly, and bike accessible.
Ballard Farmers Market
But wait, there’s more! Two miles west of Fremont Market you’ll find Ballard Farmer’s Market, open year-round on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Open since 2000, Ballard Farmers Market is Seattle’s first year-round neighborhood farmers market selling produce exclusively from Washington state farmers.
The market is situated along the historic cobblestone stretch of Ballard Avenue NW between Vernon Place and 22nd Avenue. In summer, the buslting market expands onto 22nd Avenue, fairly bursting with fresh produce from all around Washington State.