Open every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The market has grown from a few vendors to stretch the median of 2 city blocks.
Everyone is welcome, including dogs of all varieties.
Breads, home made soaps, sandwiches, fruit and vegetables are just a few of the products displayed for sale.
Kids love the pastries and desserts sold.
Located between Chase and Wright Street, vendor tents are set up in the median of Palafox Street.
Friends share a morning out together.
There is something for everyone!
Palafox Street sidewalk. St. Michael's Church tower is seen in the background.
A street in lovely East Hill.
Kayakers paddle their way under the Bayou Texar bridge.
Historical District in downtown Pensacola.
Old Christ Church in historic downtown Pensacola is a popular venue for weddings. Built in 1832, the church is still used for Episcopal services and serves as a public library and museum.
Historical buildings used now as museums or businesses line the narrow, one way East Zarragossa Street.
A nice walk reveals lovely homes in the downtown historical district of Pensacola on East Zarragossa Street.
Quaint cottage built in the vintage style of Aragon Court.