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Operating since 1974 the Portland Saturday Market is the largest continually operating outdoor arts and crafts market in the nation. Located in Waterfront Park and Ankeny Plaza in Portland’s historic Old Town the Market is one of the most popular...more
All reviews arts and crafts food vendors outdoor market vendors selling great market street performers flea market local artisans craft fair large market handmade items for sale t shirts voodoo donuts food stands elephant ears few hours
As a child growing up in the 80s to hippy parents, going to the Sat. market was something i always looked forward to. The elephant ears were a rare treat for a family on the poorer side, but even if mom said no I was...More
We didn’t know about this before our trip to Portland. I wish we had I would’ve planned better and saved some of my spending money. It runs Saturday and some Sunday’s from March to Christmas Eve. So many local artisans with unique arts and crafts....More
This was a fluke we even ended up at Saturday market,we were on the train heading to Pioneer courthouse square when we went by the market. After we visited the square we jumped back on train and headed back to market.We loved the musicians on...More
It is fun to walk around and see all the booths. A lot do tend to sell the same things, but there is good food and some unique things on display. Plus people watching it always fun. It is next to the river in Portland...More
Don't be fooled, the Portland Saturday Market actually takes place on Sunday! I asked my family that just recently moved to Portland why the name, they weren't sure. Really great market though! Live music, food trucks, allot of great crafts!
It's not only for Saturday, this market is also open on Sundays which is the day we chose to visit. Even though it was lightly pouring during our time we still enjoyed ourselves and checked a few people off of the Christmas List.
We stopped off at the Saturday Market on our way back from some other exploring. It was just a block or so off the bus route. We walked the length of it in about half an hour or so. There were quite a few interesting...More
Literally downtown changes for this giant Saturday market. It stretches out over the quad of psu. And more than 100 tents of vendors surround. The air is full of smells of cooking items and hundreds of people term around. There us live musicians and people....More