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Summer market runs from May to October, 9-1 on Saturday mornings. The stalls on outside of ring tend to be permanent vendors while inside circle can vary. Open center has musicians that also vary. Mornings provide not only the vegetable shopping for the week but...More
The Norwich Farmers market is indoors in winter and open 10-1. We arrived around 11:30/Noon and it was PACKED. Lots and lots of vendors - main floor, on the stage and in the basement. Everything from cheese to baked goods, pottery, veggies, .... Get there...More
I'm a little surprised only four people have felt compelled to review this farmers market. I remember when it began back in the early 70's and it never looked back. Over the years it has grown to include food, crafts and lots of other things...More
The Norwich Farmers' Market is fabulous! There is something for everyone there, food, flowers, plants, crafts, and always great music to entertain while you are shopping. Saturdays in Norwich are made festive by a trip to the market. It's a joy just to wander around...More
We have visited this farmer's market several times over the years and each time it has been a pleasant experience. The number of vendors is very respectable as is the diversity of their offerings. While some vendors can take credit, you may have to buy...More
I live part time in Vermont, so I am not a stranger to our little state's wonderful farmers markets. But... Norwich is in a class by itself. This Saturday morning market has the most wonderful produce, hand crafted beautiful things...couldn't resist the market basket last...More
The sleepy little town of Norwich, VT comes alive every Saturday morning from May through October when locals and tourists pull off Rt. 5 to the grassy parking lot and enjoy a thriving Farmer's Market. Local craftsmen, food entrepreneurs, and farmers fill the stalls with...More