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Williamsburg Farmers Market

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Williamsburg Farmers Market

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402 W Duke of Gloucester St Located in Merchants Square between Boundary and Henry Streets, Williamsburg, VA 23185-3660
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Williamsburg Transportation Center9 min
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Williamsburg East Ghost Tour

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The only ghost tour in the world based on the first ever photo-study of ghosts! Real ghost photos, featured in the books Haunted Historic Colonial Williamsburg Virginia with Breakthrough Ghost Photography, Parts 1 & 2, are shown at each stop on a large computer notebook (Samsung Galaxy). Guides will point out the exact location around or in the house or building where the photo was taken and encourage travelers to take their own photos. Tour guides will give relevant historical information pertaining to the haunting as well as personal stories encountered by the book's author and others, including interpreters and security guards from Colonial Williamsburg. Travelers will be given choices about where they would like to stop based on their interests--no tour is ever the same! The East Tour starts at the Capital and continues down Duke of Gloucester Street to the Courthouse of 1770 and walking across the Market Square to the last stop--Williamsburg's most haunted: Peyton Randolph House.
$15.62 per adult
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Michelle W wrote a review Jul 2020
Lawrenceville, Illinois376 contributions93 helpful votes
This is a must see on a Saturday morning between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The merchant square is blocked off from traffic. Lots of different types of vendors from Baked goods to seafood to crafts. You name it. Reasonable prices.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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ZeelandScoutMom wrote a review Sep 2019
Zeeland, MI766 contributions214 helpful votes
The Saturday morning (8:00-12:00) Farmer's Market is located in Merchant Square. Fruits, vegetables, flowers, baked goods, honey, seafood, sauerkraut (etc.) and many dogs are available for experiencing.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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crazyorwhat wrote a review Aug 2019
St. Pete Beach, Florida4 contributions1 helpful vote
It’s like going back in time and that’s a good thing! So many nice, happy people excited to be a part of such a fun event! Fresh fruits and vegetables, tasty baked goods, even delicious (healthy!!!) smoothies at Free Range Juice, make for a wonderful day!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Kelly264 wrote a review Jul 2019
Ellington, Connecticut343 contributions70 helpful votes
We had never gone and were expecting a nice big huge farmers market. NOPE. There might have been 2 dozen vendors. We did learn that they use a token process, though isn't totally needed, vendors take cash, but I don't know that many of them take credit. it looks like a great market for fresh fruit and veggies, flowers, and baked goods, but my hope to find something locally made that I could have as a memento of our vacation didn't happen. We weren't there very long and left with just a few basic baked good.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Rama1004 wrote a review Jul 2019
Boynton Beach, Florida804 contributions163 helpful votes
On week ends this place gets filled up with a lot of lovely things to buy from local vendors. Blends will with historic Williamsburg & local produce, wine, beef, pork , veggies & anything you'll buy in local flea markets. Quite busy & you can buy all from the local vendors.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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