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Fremont Sunday Market in Seattle, WA USA

The Fremont Sunday Market is a lot more than a farmers market. While it's a place locals love to come to and discover unique treasures, purchase artisan goods, flowers and delicious farm fresh foods, it's also a fantastic place for visitors to get a better glimpse of what it's like to live in Seattle. There's something for everyone here, from kids and teens to foodies, flea market goers and everything in between.

Parking and public transportation at Fremont Sunday Market
There is ample parking throughout the Fremont neighborhood for easy access to the market, though public transportation from downtown Seattle and throughout the area is inexpensive and readily available as well. Metro Transit Route 28 from 3rd Avenue and Madison Street downtown is a direct, 20-minute jaunt. If you prefer arriving on two wheels, the 27-mile paved Burke Gilman Trail that runs from the Ballard neighborhood to Kenmore will bring you right to the market.

Best and worst time to go to Fremont Sunday Market
While the market is open year-round every Sunday, the best time to go is during the months of July and August, when the weather is exceptionally pleasant and the action is at its peak. While there are indoor and outdoor areas, you'll want to be able to enjoy both. The worst time to go is generally in January, when it's frequently rainy and cold.

Admission to Fremont Sunday Market
There is no admission charge to enter the Fremont Sunday Market. You'll probably want to spend at least a little for food and those unique items that you just have to have.

Must see and do at Fremont Sunday Market
Be sure to come hungry as some of Seattle's best food trucks can be found here, including Nosh, Maximus Minimus and Tokyo Dog. Don't miss the indoor market with lots of vintage clothing, antiques and other flea market-type finds. Be sure to take a break from shopping long enough to enjoy the array of entertainment including everything from great local bands to unique buskers plucking the sitar.

Other places to visit near Fremont Sunday Market
Theo Chocolate is just around the corner from the market and offers a one-hour tour of the factory seven days a week. Tours include an exclusive specially-wrapped Theo chocolate bar as a memento of the experience. On a nice day, take a stroll on the waterside Burke-Gilman trail and browse all of the interesting sculptures along the way. If you want to hear more local music, head to High Dive after dark, known as a champion of homegrown talent.

Insider tips to Fremont Sunday Market 
If you want to enjoy some of the very best people watching, grab a table on the patio at the Red Door pub located on the east side of the market. From here, you'll get a great view of all the action.

Author's bio: K.C. Dermody is a travel writer living in the Seattle area with hundreds of travel articles both online and in print. She has traveled the world and is the author of 'Best Travel Guide for First Time Visitors to Ireland,' but especially loves showing off the beautiful region she resides in.


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Address: 400 N 34th St, Seattle, WA 98103
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  • Wifi No
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