This was our first stop right after our morning carriage ride. We arrived around 10:30 and it was PACKED...on a Wednesday morning! Booths are full of everything from; jewelry, crafts, hand woven sweetgrass baskets, cookies, shoes, the list goes ON and ON! My wife had a broken foot during our visit and had to use a "knee caddy" cart. Although everything was handicap accessible the crowds and cramped quarters did make it difficult for her to navigate through certain areas. My daughters (ages 4 and 6) LOVED it! They had no trouble spending their allowances. I was hoping for more food/fruit/veggie vendors, but really it is NOT that kind of market. There were several food vendors (permanent shops) and one gentleman selling fruit but that was it. Seems like the farmer's market on Saturdays is the place to be if you are looking for that sort of thing. Everyone was extremely nice and welcoming and willing to answer questions. I would say give yourself at least an hour and a half to walk from one end to the next (if not more).