Alaska May 15, 2019
The Largest Open Air Market In Alaska Is Perfect For Your Next Outing
Alaska has a lot of locals that love supporting small businesses. Anchorage has created an awesome market, right downtown, where small businesses and farmers can come and show their wares! As the largest open air market in Alaska, this festival is a must-see if you’re in Anchorage and looking for food, gifts, and fun!
Anchorage Market, located in downtown Anchorage, has been a staple since 1992.
This event is very family friendly! It's also free, so feel free to come down any weekend and just browse.
Or you could hang out by their stage, where local musicians come to play.
Whatever you decide to do, there's plenty to see. Anchorage Market has over 300 vendor booths for you to check out!
Local farmers come in from all over the state to show off their freshly picked foods.
Grown In Alaska is an important certification here, and locals love to support Alaskan agriculture. This is a great opportunity to stock your pantry or fridge for the coming week!
There are also many Alaskan artisans and craftsmen showing off their wares.
Expect everything from amazing photography to custom log carvings! There are booths with jewelry, artwork, clothing, crafts, and more! And your purchases go towards supporting local businesses.
Who wouldn't be hungry during a long, gorgeous day of browsing?
You'll be in luck, because there's just as many food trucks and vendors as there are booths selling gifts! With plenty of options including Russian food, traditional Filipino, Alaskan seafood, and more, you will enjoy tasting your way through the market.
With so many ways of enjoying yourself, this is a perfect place to spend a gorgeous weekend day!
Visit Anchorage Market anytime this summer, from May 11th through September 8th, 2019. They are open Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., and Sundays 10:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. You can find them at their Address: 225 E. Street, Anchorage, Alaska, 99501.
Have you ever visited Anchorage Market? What did you think? What was your favorite part? Let us know in the comments below!
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