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Local Goods Weekend Market in Amsterdam: weekend market at De Hallen

27 November 2014

Only local goods at the Local Goods Weekend Market in Amsterdam!

Cool weekend market at De Hallen in Amsterdam! Pakhuis de Zwijger organises a Local Goods Weekend Market in the former tramshed. A nice market, where you can buy products that are made or designed in Amsterdam. It gives locals the chance to show what they make: from food to non-food. Items like glasses, jewellery, clothing, bags and furniture. But also breads, herbal tea, chocolate and popcorn.

Brands at the Local Goods Weekend Market

Sometimes the market has a special theme, such as beer or wood. And every week new brands are added to the Local Goods Weekend Market. Think of brands like Abbot Kinney’s, Amsterdam Brewboys, Atomic Spices, Essa Design, Gathershop, Gebroeders de Wolf, Geitenwollenshirts, Hamer, Heer Zadel, House of Originals, Imkerij Hortensius, Ink & Co, ISH jewels, James en Company, Lislovers, Nung Tea, Tijgerhout, VanBoef and Zeemansboter.

So wander around all the beautiful products they make!
Don’t miss out of the Local Goods Weekend Market. Almost every Saturday from 11am until 5pm. Entrance is free and on the 20th of December there is Christmas Special!

Agenda x  Local Goods Weekend Market in Amsterdam:

November 8, 2014
November 22, 2014
November 29, 2014
December 6, 2014
December 13, 2014
December 20, 2014 >> check their website for the most up to date schedules!
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Local Goods Weekend Market in Amsterdam

Address: Bellamyplein 51, Amsterdam
Neighbourhood: Amsterdam West
Website: check the Facebook page!
PS: more nice spots are in the Amsterdam Little Black Book. A guide with good restaurants, trendy stores and cool things to do in Amsterdam. Only the best hot spots and lifestyle finds make it to Your Little Black Book!

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