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Get to know about Lyndale Minneapolis Farmer's Markets & Mill City Farmer's Market

Abdi Isaaq

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MINNEAPOLIS, MN - Lyndale Minneapolis Farmer's Market & Mill City Farmer's Market is a recommended farmer's market in Minneapolis city you should visit. Discover fresh vegetables, affordable local products, and organic products there. Here are some descriptions about it and some guidelines for you before entering Minneapolis Farmer's Markets

1. Minneapolis Farmer's Market on Lyndale

Located at 312 East Lyndale Ave N

Open since 1878, this is one of the larger and original farmer's markets in Minneapolis city. It's a recommended place for you to access Minnesota’s greatest selection of fresh produce, plants, and locally-made products.

Here are some guidelines to keep in mind before visiting this Farmer's Market. Come on Saturdays and Sundays to find the most vendors and the widest collection of products. In addition, if you looking for merchandise come on Friday, because Friday has the widest selection of merchandise.

Additionally for a parking spot, is accessible and no coats at all. To find a direction and map through the market, click here.

2. Mill City Farmer's Market

Located at 704 S 2nd St for Saturday market, and located at 425 Portland Avenue South for Tuesday night market

Not only provide fresh, and organic vegetables in Mill City Farmer's Market you also can get a free cooking class that will be held every Saturday at 10:30 a.m. Not only get a free cooking class you can also get a free receipt book when after the class.

At Mill City Farmer's Market, You also can buy organic body care items such as soap, oil, lotions, butter, and even honeybee products. Furthermore, you may always find something to buy here, such as fresh honey, syrup, coffee, jam, pickles, kimchi, salsa, tea, flowers, and plants.

In addition, because for the Saturday market can be difficult to find a parking spot at Mill City Farmer's Market you can go to Guthrie Theater parking place, or go to the nearest light rail stop.

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