It is an area full of eateries, arts and crafts, antiques and historic houses. (I found the cost of things to be pricey here, though.) Older than the state itself, the market was originally built in 1853 and has been in continuous operation since.
After a couple hours there... seeing all the vendors, including the famous, Coleman Fish Market... we waited for the weather to improve because we were getting antsy to go outside and explore the antique shops and historic houses.
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Afterwards we then continued downtown to look for The Railroad Station, which was built in 1907 and stopped passenger service in 1961. It is now a community college.
We also wanted to find The Old Custom House which served as a Post Office and Federal Court back in the day.
And last but not least... we hoped to see a Vaudeville Theatre with live entertainment. It was established in 1904. And nowadays features drama, comedy, Blue Grass, Country and Barber Shop music.