Everyone In Montana Must Visit This Epic Farmers Market At Least Once
It’s the season for outdoor Farmers Markets to set up shop in Montana at last. But there’s one market in the state that has already been open for a month now, and you’ve got until mid-December to check it out. However, we highly suggest you head to Helena while the weather is warm to explore the Helena Farmers Market.
This is the longest running Farmers Market in the state of Montana, starting the last Saturday in April and ending the Saturday before Christmas.
You'll find the market in downtown Helena on Fuller Avenue between Neil Avenue and Lawrence Street.
The hours of this Saturday market are 9 AM - 1 PM.
From fruits and vegetables to clothing and crafts, you'll find it all here. But every item has one thing in common...
... it must be made or grown in Montana to be sold here.
This might be the best place in the state to find Made in Montana goods.
It's magical during the holiday season, but of course, the weather is most cooperative in the summer.
Shoppers also enjoy live music, food trucks and plenty of coffee.
The market smells as amazing as it looks.
Nothing beats a visit here on a warm sunny day.
Helena’s Farmers Market is the longest-running of its kind, but there are also many more markets to choose from.
Here’s a more thorough list.
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