Welcome to our our first installment of #ExploreSeattle from the exploratory perspective of second year Museology student Libbie Barnes! Libbie is originally from Austin, Texas, with a BA in Maritime Studies and a minor in Museum Studies with a focus in Marine Archeology. She is currently working at the Center of Wooden Boats in the Development Department and is undoubtedly destined for a flourishing career with many nautical adventures on the horizon.
In this series, Libbie shares her experiences and advice on local things to do in Seattle, including the Fremont Sunday Market!
Winter has come to a close, which means longer days, more sun, and the return of colorful foliage in our beautiful city of Seattle! Looking for ways to get out and #ExploreSeattle? Look no further, we have got you covered. One of the best ways to get some fresh air and explore Seattle is by visiting the local neighborhood markets. Fremont Sunday Market is a great option for a relaxing Sunday out and about. You can peruse racks of vintage thrifted fashion, support local artists, and grab a bite to eat at one of the many food trucks on site! If you have a furry friend you do not want to leave at home, that’s no problem! Dogs are welcome at the market and you are guaranteed to see plenty of other happy dogs roaming around the market on leash. The Fremont Sunday Market is open every Sunday, rain or shine from 10:00am-4:00pm.Check out their website for additional information. http://www.fremontmarket.com/