Portland Saturday Market

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50-98 OR-99W (at SW Ankeny & Naito Pkwy)
Portland, OR 97204
(503) 222-6072
Market, Arts & Crafts, Farmer's Market
Sat: 10:00 AM–5:00 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–4:30 PM

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  • "The Portland Saturday Market is only open from March through Christmas. In other words, F&*$ YOU JANUARY AND FEBRUARY!" - Conan O'Brien
  • Parking is tough, ride Max if possible.
  • Great beer and real funny people watching
  • Artsy, craftsy, pottery fun times. Som egood food options too and the occasional old-timey band. May seem a tad touristy, but who's gonna fight it?
  • Lowest fee atm only $1.50, don't get jacked by any others they all try to scam you but these two.
  • Did you know? The Saturday Market is the largest continually-operating arts and crafts market in the U.S., but the tradition of buying goods from artisans in a marketplace goes back thousands of years
  • Come prepared for your kids to get wet if you come down by the river -- there is an excellent (and irresistible) fountain to play in.
  • People watching is as AWSOME here are the food!!!
  • Runs March-Christmas and actually open both Saturday and Sunday, this is the craft market to beat all craft markets. Wonderful treasure to be found. Come support Portland's DIY/artisan culture.
  • The vegan cotton candy was pretty good. No dyes or anything.
  • If you like people watching, then the Portland Saturday Market (which takes place Saturdays and Sundays, March through Christmas Eve) is for you!
  • Rogue Ales serves here but you have to drink in a small area of the market.
  • Cheap plugs are hidden near the max under burnside.
  • Do not get feather extensions from here so in sanitary gross
  • Plan on spending a couple extra hours sitting by the fountain watching people and pets. This place rocks.
  • Forgot your cash for the Saturday Market? There is an ATM inside the Mandarin Cafe.
  • It's a good place to visit and buy arts & crafts and foods.
  • You're probably thinking, candles, tie-dye, and pottery; sure it's there, but there are also a lot of good, new, fresh, and high quality products coming from crafters and artists here every year.
  • Walked from Mark Spencer on a rainy day and I say drive if you're too far, there is definitely parking available on rainy days! Most of the shopping areas are covered as well. Otherwise, neat booths
  • Too many street kids, street preachers, and junk sellers for my taste. But worth a walk every few years to remind yourself why you've stayed away.