There is a Fresh Market where local farmers bring their produce for sale to the public. El Mercado is a large in-door shopping market in old (but renovated) Spanish constructions.
We were on the look out for some value-priced margarita glasses (and had to check out almost every store!) But we did end up finding just what I wanted at one of the shops (hand-blown Mexican-made glasses with reddish rims).
Milam Park: A block away from the market, is a Milam Park. There is a lovely gazebo in this park, walking trails, exercising spots, kids playground, and a large monument to honor Benjamin Rush Milam.
Milam (1788-1835) was a prominent figure in the Texas Revolution. Milam County (Texas) is named after him.
Across from Milam Park was this amazing huge mosaic on the wall of a medical facility (under construction).
We ended our visit to Market Square with a fabulous Tex-Mex lunch at the famous Mi Tierra Cafe & Bakery.