The oldest public market in Montreal, the Lachine Market dates to the 1840’s. The farmers’ market became a permanent market in 1909, and the bulk of items on sale are still basics like local cheeses, fresh breads, and garden vegetables. Apart from groceries, visitors can find macarons and meringues at Marius et Fanny, and an outdoor patio at Le Café du Marché. The market also sells seasonal items such as cut flowers from Crispina de la Rueda and Christmas trees from Maison des jeunes L'Escalier.
Five minutes from the market, walk along the waterfront trail Promenade Père Marquette to find the 1803 fur trade warehouse at Lachine Canal National Historic Site.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
Shop Type:: Farm market