The market is bustling inside and out with produce vendors mostly outside and pastry and other food vendors mostly inside. There is a wide selection of heirloom tomatoes, berries, grapes, stone fruits and melons from local vendors. (How could i have eaten all those blackberries already?)
Inside there are a couple of breakfast and sandwich places. There are also clothing and jewelry makers.
I had an excellent double apricot/ custard croissant in the French manner, from Lorraine Bakery, with lots of butter and little if any added sugar.
The Lynchburg Farmer’s Market is one of the most diverse and bustling for its size. I would highly recommend a visit.