We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews baked goods saturday morning fresh produce wonderful variety great market beautiful flowers old friends craft fair melon railroad tracks walk around clark fork the river veggies plants vendors higgins
The farmers market it was great! There’s all kinds of amazing artisans, jewelry makers, honey makers leather crafters ,Pottery makers, not to mention local boysenberry jam, also of course great fruit and vegetables and things that you might need to buy while your visiting Missoula!
After attending the Montana University Homecoming Parade (which was quite spectacular and loads of fun!), we crossed the Higgins Bridge over the Clark Fork River (magnificent views!) and saw the Farmer’s Market below. So we went down the steps and took a stroll. The most...More
The farmer's markets in Missoula are second to none. This particular market is slightly less crowded than the market under the bridge. A lot of people walk from one to the other. Our family enjoys the fruits and vegetables brought in from the local area....More
The Missoula Farmers Market is one of the best, due to the variety and quality of it’s venders. Located in a park in downtown Missoula, next to the Clark Fork River, this gem is loaded with fun, food and entertainment.
Saturday mornings are never dull if you spend them at Missoula Farmer's Market Local vendors offer everything from apples to zucchini. In addition to fresh fruits and vegetables, you can find local honey, baked goods and even locally sourced meats and cheese. A few blocks...More
We are from the east coast and stopped in at this Farmers Market because we had some time before our flight home. This had more variety than any markets we've attended at home. Great location with very friendly people. A really nice variety of vendors....More
What a great market that has so much to choose from. Fun to just walk around and see the talented vendors come out with their wares, have something to eat and people watch. The food vendors had great choices of food and plenty of honey,...More
I will never look at Seattle area farmers markets the same way again.
Missoula's oldest downtown farmer's market has them all beat. It's smaller than the one near Caras Park at the Bridge, but to me, it's better. You don't get overwhelmed by a million...More
Response from bandit83854 | Reviewed this property |
It usually opens in April and runs through mid to late October. There's one day in December that it operates and that's usually at the beginning of December. Unfortunately we don't have a year round farmer's market at this... More
It usually opens in April and runs through mid to late October. There's one day in December that it operates and that's usually at the beginning of December. Unfortunately we don't have a year round farmer's market at this time. There maybe one in Spokane but not 100% certain on that
There are 2 Farmers' Markets in downtown Missoula each Saturday through October: the original market is by the railroad tracks and more traditional; the Clarkfork Market is by the bridge and river and very robust. You have... More
There are 2 Farmers' Markets in downtown Missoula each Saturday through October: the original market is by the railroad tracks and more traditional; the Clarkfork Market is by the bridge and river and very robust. You have have fun walking between both. The Clark Fork Market is open 1/2 hour longer. Hope you enjoy your trip!