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Fredericton Boyce Fanners Market

665 George St
Fredericton, NB  E3B 1K4

(506) 451-1815

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February 21, 2013

Recognized as one of Canada’s top 10 community markets, the Fredericton Boyce Farmers Market is the City’s traditional Saturday morning (6am-1pm) gathering spot downtown for fresh and healthy foods, craft, creativity and conversation. With more than 250 indoor and outdoor local suppliers from along the St. John River Heritage Corridor and across the Province, The Market (as it’s known here) is... more

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4.5 star rating
trishsmallinthecity Fredericton, NB April 25, 2011
Nothing Better

The market is quite possibly one of my favourite things about Fredericton and one of my favourite things to do on a Saturday morning. Every product I have bought from here has been exceptional and I love bringing people with me that haven't been there before so I can share this gem with them.

4.5 star rating
Route102HMG January 15, 2011
Real people, real goods

Only the best is on offer at the Boyce. In one downtown location, find heavenly walnut sourdough bread, artisanal cheese and paté, free-trade coffee, fish, fowl, fresh produce, steaks and sausages; all cheek-by-jowl next to original artworks in glass, copper, clay, handmade paper, wood, and canvas. It's a monster mash-up, with nearly everything produced by the people selling it to you. Check out the real deal in Fredericton, every Saturday morning from 6 till 1pm.

4.5 star rating
RainbowFactory3000 October 01, 2010
the local thing to do

wanna meet the locals...buy fresh produce and one of a kind wears from new brunswick? Wanna have a really great samosa, fresh bread, cheese cake etc? Don't miss out on the market every saturday morning from 6 to 1pm.

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4.5 star rating
Bustling market, well worth a stop
January 26, 2013

Great mix of food and crafts. I used to live in Fredericton and this was a mandatory Saturday experience. Visiting recently, little has changed, and what has is for the better. I particularly liked the charcuterie vendor who had some excellent offerings.

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4.5 star rating
A great start to a Saturday
September 03, 2012

A typically Fredericton weekend would not be complete with a stop to this market. It is one of the best local markets in New Brunswick. Fredericton beyond being the capital of NB it is also a smaller an more rural urban centre an has a diverse German, Amish, French and Scottish people's that all gather in this unique market to... more

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4.5 star rating
Best thing to see in town
June 23, 2012

I grew up in Fredericton and have fond memories of the Market on a Saturday morning, there's always something new to see and something delicious to eat. I always end up buying more than I plan to, and whenever the kids come along they have a great time. So worth the trip. Get there early to avoid the crowds!
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August 18, 2013

Boyce Farmers Market offers these services: public market, farmers market.

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September 09, 2011

The Fredericton Boyce Farmers Market has been taking place since 1951. The market is open to farmers, craftsmen, chefs and others to set up shop and offer what they have to the public. At the market you will find a lot of local produce of vegetables, fruits, meat, fish and eggs among others. You will also find a number of food stalls where you can relax or even pick a quick bite from. Few... more

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