Your culture attendant: things to do in Lagrange

A THING TO DO TODAY

LAGRANGE
Price: Free entry
Time: 30 mins - 2 hours
West Side Market, on W 25th Street, begn in 1840, with an extraordinary market building constructed for it in 1912. It's open today between 7am and 4pm - go along and find a vast array of food, eat your way around, and talk to the market sellers, many of whom have been at the market for generations.
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