Farmers Market

In the summer of 1934, farmers from the valleys surrounding Los Angeles gathered here to sell produce, engendering construction of a clapboard market complex that was largely completed by 1937. Though farmers' stalls have long since been replaced by more than 70 permanent businesses, the landmark open-air market retains a rustic charm. Greengrocers and butchers serve locals, while numerous international food and souvenir stands cater to visitors.

Useful information

Adresse : 

West-3road-Street-at-Fairfax Avenue

Phone:

+1 323-933-9211

Opening hours

9am-9pm, Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 10am-7pm

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