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S 7. Sep

Mary’s Fair

10:00 - 18:00

Tartu city | Raekoja platsist Turuhooneni, Küüni tn, Emajõe äär, Avaturug

  • Exposition/fair

Free

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The traditional autumn fair offers a wide range of handicrafts, local food and fresh autumn produce.

Mary’s Fair is part of the additional programme of the European Capital of Culture Tartu 2024.
The traditional autumn fair offers a wide range of handicrafts, local food and fresh autumn produce.
In the folk calendar, the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary’s Day is associated with the signs of the arrival of autumn and the ripening of the apples, so you can find both the typical flavours of apples and other autumn fruits inherent to Terra Mariae at the fair. Of course, other exciting Estonian foods and traditional handicrafts will not be overlooked. Delicious Estonian food and authentic handicrafts are available for everyone to buy.
Mary’s Fair is not just about buying and selling. It’s an event for the whole family and friends! At the fair you’ll meet old friends, find exciting new flavours and dance away on the dancefloor.
For years, Mary’s Fair has brought hundreds of vendors and thousands of buyers to Tartu. The fair is located in a large area of the city centre, from Avaturg Market to Town Hall Square and from Emajõgi River to Küüni tänav.

If you want to grab a bite or need a place to stay, see what the Tartu 2024 hospitality network offers in the area: https://tartu2024.ee/recommendations-tartucity

Languages

  • EST
  • ENG
  • RUS

Accessibility

  • Partially accessible for people with reduced mobility
  • Partially accessible for the visually impaired
  • Partially accessible for the hearing impaired
  • Partially accessible for people with intellectual disabilities
  • Family friendly with a toddler
  • Visitors with well-behaved pets

Organiser

AS Tartu Turg

Location

Küüni, Tartu, Tartu maakond, Eesti

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