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30 Best Farmers Markets in the USA You Must Visit this Season

30 Best Farmers Markets in the USA You Must Visit this Season

It might come to some as a surprise, but a lot of the USA farmers markets are actually among the country’s top attractions.

That is perhaps because such spots allow you to get fully immersed into the place’s culture as they basically turn you into a local for a couple of hours.

But there are so many amazing farmers markets in America that you might start feeling a bit overwhelmed when trying to find the best ones out there.

To make the process a bit more enjoyable and simpler for you, we have come up with a list of the 30 best farmers markets in the USA.

The Best Farmers Markets in America

With more than 8,000 farmers markets across the country, local communities now have greater access to healthy and sustainable food options. Let’s begin to explore the top farmers’ markets in the United States.

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1. Pike Place Market (Seattle, Washington)

Pike Place Market (Seattle, Washington)
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Where: 85 Pike Street, Seattle

When: Open 7 days a week from 10 AM to 5 PM (some restaurants stay open until midnight or even later)

Why visit:

Pike Place Market is one of the oldest and largest continuously operating USA farmers markets.

It was created way back in 1907 and since then has become home to over 500 vendors, bars, restaurants, and shops. The market consists of eight buildings and a few levels, so you could easily spend the whole day exploring this gem.

By the way, Pike Place Market is the 33rd most visited tourist attraction in the world! Each year it attracts over 10 million visitors.

While you’re at the market, make sure to take a photo in front of the iconic red Public Market Center sign (it’s one of the oldest outdoor neon signs on the West Coast). Right under the sign, you’ll also find Rachel the Piggy Bank – a 550-pound bronze sculpture.

Furthermore, the market is known for its unusual fish-tossing tradition. Once a customer orders a fish, the fishmongers will start loudly calling out the order until one of them throws the fish right behind the counter for it to be wrapped. Occasionally, a lucky customer would get to participate in the fish toss.

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2. Historic Soulard Farmers Market (St. Louis, Missouri)

Where: 730 Carroll St, St. Louis

When: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday – 8 AM-5 PM; Saturday – 7 AM-5:30 PM. The market is closed on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday

Why visit:

This is also one of the oldest farmers markets in America, as it traces back to an open-air market that was established in 1779.

The market moved to its current location, the Grand Hall, built in the Italian Renaissance ‘H’ style, in 1838.

Nearly 150 stalls with fresh produce, baked goods, seafood, cheese, meat, and a lot more attract the biggest crowds on Friday and Saturday.

Here, you’ll be able to find vendors who had their stall leases passed down through multiple generations.

If you decide to pay a visit to the landmark on a Saturday morning, you might be able to see a local chef create a yummy dish from the products that can be bought at the market.

Also Read: The Best Farmers Markets in St. Louis

3. Union Square Greenmarket (New York City, New York)

Union Square Greenmarket (New York City, New York)

Where: Union Square W ;, E 17th St, New York

When: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday – 8 AM-6 PM

Why visit:

The market started small in 1976 with just a few farmers but very soon evolved into a great spectacle that attracts around 60,000 shoppers every day.

In peak season, 140 regional farmers, bakers, and fishers can be found at the market. You’ll get to choose from a wide range of freshly picked fruits and vegetables, pickles, jams, artisan breads, heritage meats, cut flowers, ciders, award-winning farmstead cheese, and much more.

Furthermore, there is always something going on at this beautiful outdoor market.

On a Saturday, for example, you might stumble into an author meet-and-greet or a cookbook signing, and on all the other days, you will be able to enjoy cooking demonstrations, various pop-ups, and free tours and tastings at the education station.

4. Des Moines Downtown Farmers’ Market (Des Moines, Iowa)

Where: 300 Court Ave, Des Moines

When: May-October, Saturday – 7 AM-12 PM (from 8 AM in October)

Why visit:

Throughout the years, Des Moines Downtown Farmers’ Market has been named one of the top markets in the US numerous times by various magazines. And there are quite a few reasons why people across the country love this place so much.

Since 1976, the market has hosted vendors from counties across Iowa. It became the main spot where urban and rural communities could connect and where the locals could support the farmers, bakers, producers, and artists from all over the state.

Here, you can not only shop for fresh produce, meats, eggs, and a lot more but also have a delicious breakfast while enjoying the live entertainment.

Also Read: The Best Farmers Markets in Des Moines

5. Crescent City Farmers Market (New Orleans, Louisiana)

Where: 200 Broadway Street at the River (Tuesday Market), 500 N. Norman C. Francis Parkway at the Bayou (Thursday Market), Tad Gormley Stadium (Sunday Market)

When: Tuesday Market – 8 AM-12 PM; Thursday Market – 3 PM-7 PM; Sunday Market – 8 AM-12 PM

Why visit:

The Crescent City Farmers Market takes place weekly year-round throughout New Orleans. Since 1995, they have been operated by Market Umbrella – an independent non-profit.

The market hosts over 70 vendors, and over 150,000 shoppers pay a visit to one of the farmers markets every year.

Here, you’ll see not only home cooks shopping for fresh ingredients for dinner but also local chefs who are buying for their restaurants.

Every market conveniently takes place in different parts of the city, but if you have a chance to pay a visit to all three of them, you should definitely do that as the vendors’ list differs from one location to the other.

Some of the products that you might not want to miss during this Sunday farmers market in the US include exotic mushrooms and herbs, Ponchatoula strawberries, oysters, shrimp, homemade ravioli, and, of course, freshly baked pastries.

Also Check: Best Farmers Markets in New Orleans

6. Boulder Farmers Market (Boulder, Colorado)

Boulder Farmers Market
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Where: 13th St, Boulder

When: Saturday Market, April-November, 8 AM-2 PM; Wednesday Market, May-October, 4 PM-8 PM

Why visit:

The Boulder Farmers Market started in 1987 when only a few farmers were selling their produce from the backs of their trucks.

Today, the farmers’ market is not just one of the highest-regarded markets in the state but also a successful online marketplace.

Part of the charm of the farmers market is a festival-like atmosphere and a stunning setting. If you want, you can enjoy a picnic in Central Park with Boulder Creek babbling nearby.

By the way, the entrance to the local Museum of Contemporary Art is on the market path, and the museum is free on Saturdays.

Also Read: Best Farmers Markets in Colorado

7. Charleston Farmers Market (Charleston, South Carolina)

Charleston Farmers Market
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Where: 329 Meeting Street, Charleston

When: April-November, Saturday – 8 AM-2 PM

Why visit:

The market, which was founded back in 1989, is located right in the heart of the historic district in Downtown Charleston.

Here, you’ll get to shop for local produce, herbs, cut flowers, and an assortment of juried arts and crafts. The market is also a great place to have a delicious breakfast or lunch while enjoying live entertainment.

In December, the farmers market is transformed into a wonderful holiday market where locals and tourists can soak up the Christmassy atmosphere.

Read Next: Best Farmers Markets in Charleston

8. Ferry Plaza Farmers Market (San Francisco, California)

Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
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Where: One Ferry Building #50, 1 Ferry Plaza

When: Tuesday and Thursday – 10 AM-2 PM, Saturday – 8 AM-2 PM

Why visit:

Ferry Plaza is definitely a top farmers market in the USA – each week, nearly 40,000 people visit the place. However, it becomes especially lively on Saturdays when some of the city’s best-known chefs and most popular vendors can be seen.

The larger market on Saturdays is held not only in front of the Ferry Building but also on the rear plaza overlooking the gorgeous Bay.

On any day, you’ll get to taste an array of street food, starting from wood-fired pizza and ending with tacos. The Saturday market includes local restaurants serving delicious dishes.

The beautiful 1898 building in front of which the market takes place is still a working ferry terminal. While you’re there, make sure to stroll the length of the restored interior and enjoy the architecture as well.

Also Check: The Best Farmers Markets in California

9. Burlington Farmers Market (Burlington, Vermont)

Where: 345 Pine St, Burlington

When: May-October, Saturday – 9 AM-2 PM

Why visit:

Since 1980, the farmers market has been bringing the best of Vermont to Queen City. Over 90 vendors sell agricultural produce, prepared foods, artisan crafts, and a lot more at this relatively small but wonderful market.

The setting is in a parking lot, and there is some seating available under the tents. The market is a great introduction to the city of Burlington for first-timers as you’ll get to experience what the place has to offer food-wise in a laid-back atmosphere.

By the way, you might not want to miss samples from local distilleries that can usually be found throughout the market.

Also Read: The Best Farmers Markets in Burlington

10. Eastern Market (Washington, D.C.)

Eastern Market

Where: 225 7th St SE, Washington

When: Tuesday to Saturday – 8 AM-6 PM, Sunday – 8 AM-5 PM

Why visit:

One of DC’s oldest marketplaces is located in the heart of historic Capitol Hill. The popular community hub has been attracting locals and tourists since 1873, and it was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971.

The large main hall of the South Hall Market is filled with merchants selling poultry, baked goods, seafood, meats, cheeses, flowers, and more.

If you come early, you might be able to try the legendary blueberry buckwheat pancakes without having to spend an eternity in a queue.

On the weekends, the streets surrounding the building become part of the market as well. You can browse the open-air market to the sound of live bands and then stop at one of the tents offering handmade arts and crafts from some of the best local artists.

Also Read: The Best Farmers Markets in Washington, DC

11. Dane County Farmers’ Market (Madison, Wisconsin)

Dane County Farmers Market

Where: 200 block, Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. (Wednesday Market); Capitol Square, Downtown Madison (Saturday Market)

When: April-November, Wednesday – 8:30 AM-1:45 PM, Saturday – 6:15 AM-1:45 PM

Why visit:

The DCFM is considered to be the largest producer-only farmers market in the USA. Throughout the year, around 275 vendors sell the season’s best bounty of vegetables, meat, cheeses, flowers, and specialty products.

Everything that is sold at the market is grown, produced, and raised in Wisconsin, re-sale is not allowed at the DCFM.

The Saturday market is actually four events going on at once – the farmers market, arts and crafts vendors, street musicians playing across all the streets around the square, and public information (there are plenty of political and non-profit information booths on the markets’ territory).

Also Read: The Best Farmers Markets in Madison

12. Reading Terminal Market (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

Reading Terminal Market (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

Where: 1136 Arch St, Philadelphia

When: open 7 days a week from 8 AM to 6 PM (all Pennsylvania Dutch Merchants are closed on Sundays)

Why visit:

The Reading Terminal Market is one of the largest and oldest USA farmers markets. Since 1893, it has been housed in a beautiful National Historic Landmark building.

The vendors offer an amazing selection of locally grown and exotic produce, as well as the finest seafood, baked goods, and confections.

The market is also a great place to have breakfast, lunch, or dinner as it’s home to a wide range of restaurants, starting from those that offer exquisite Middle Eastern dishes and ending with authentic Philly cheesecakes.

Overall, Reading Terminal boasts over 80 exceptional merchants (two of which are the descendants of the original stand holders).

Make sure to pay a visit to the northwestern corner to see the Amish bakers twist and bake soft pretzels and then head to DiNic’s Roast Pork to give the ‘best sandwich in America’, according to Travel Channel, a try.

13. Downtown Phoenix Farmers Market (Phoenix, Arizona)

Phoenix Public Market

Where: 720 N 5th Street, Phoenix

When: May-September, Saturday – 7:30 AM-11:30 AM; October-April, Saturday – 8 AM-1 PM

Why visit:

Downtown Phoenix Farmers Market is a year-round Saturday farmers market in the US with over 100 local businesses and growers offering their products in the heart of the city.

The market is operated by a non-profit organization. Here, you’ll get to shop for fresh, locally-produced food, artisanal goods, and delicious ready-to-eat foods.

The market provides a vibrant atmosphere where you can enjoy live music while shopping around. It’s an exciting place where you can find unique items such as handmade soaps, spices and herbs, vintage clothing and jewelry that you cannot find anywhere else.

The market operates year-round, rain or shine, so make sure to check the weather forecast and dress appropriately before you go.

Also Read: The Best Farmers Markets in Phoenix

14. South of the James Market (Richmond, Virginia)

Where: 4021 Forest Hill Ave, Richmond

When: open year-round, Sunday – 10 AM-1 PM

Why visit:

South of James Market is an open-air, producer-only market where artisans and farmers get a chance to sell their handmade items and locally-grown produce.

It is managed by GrowRVA, the founder of which dreamed about bringing European-style open-air markets to the Richmond area.

The market takes place in the gorgeous Forest Hill Park, which is known for its ‘Stone House’ called Boscobel.

So, when you’re ready to take a break from shopping, you might want to grab something to eat in one of the stalls and enjoy the views of the stone cottage during an improvised picnic.

Also Read: The Best Farmers Markets in Richmond

15. Portland Farmers Market (Portland, Oregon)

Portland Farmers Market
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Where: SW Park; Montgomery, Portland

When: April-October, Saturday – 8:30 AM-2 PM; November-March, Saturday – 9 AM-2 PM

Why visit:

Portland Farmers Market has been operating since 1992, and today it includes five markets that take place on Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday in different locations.

The biggest of them all is the year-round flagship market that is located under the canopy of the giant elm trees on the campus of Portland State University.

The market is definitely one of the favorite Saturday traditions for the locals – on a summer day, the place welcomes up to 10,000 shoppers that are eager to see what over 100 vendors have to offer this week.

Pick up the most iconic edible goods in town (heirloom tomatoes, broccoli, Marionberries…) or order a plate of farm-fresh mole, the ‘Reggie’ breakfast sandwich, or a slice of deep-dish pizza to enjoy on the go.

Also Read: The Best Farmers Markets in Portland

16. Copley Square Farmers Market (Boston, Massachusetts)

Copley Square Farmers Market
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Where: 227-230 Dartmouth St, Boston

When: May-November, Tuesday and Friday – 11 AM-6 PM

Why visit:

The Copley Square Farmers Market is the biggest and busiest market in the city. It is located right in the heart of the cultural hub of Back Bay and features nearly 40 farmers and food producers from across the state.

The event takes place in one of Boston’s most dynamic public spaces (right across the street from Copley Square), so you can always pick up a ready-to-eat meal from the market and enjoy it right in the city center.

You’ll get to shop not only for fresh produce and various delicacies but also for different handcrafted items which can become perfect gifts for your loved ones.

17. Santa Fe Farmers Market (Santa Fe, New Mexico)

Santa Fe Farmers Market

Where: 1607 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe

When: year-round, Saturday – 8 AM-1 PM; May-December, Tuesday – 8 AM-1 PM

Why visit:

The Santa Fe Farmers Market began in the 1960s as a loose-knit group of farmers selling fresh produce from the backs of their trucks. It is constantly being rated as one of the best and brightest USA farm markets.

The Saturday market is the one that has the largest variety of vendors and products. There is always a wide range of fresh produce, meat, honey, eggs, bread, and, of course, the famous New Mexican chile.

By the way, all of the plants, veggies, and fruits that you’ll see at the market are grown in northern New Mexico.

Also Read: The Best Farmers Markets in Santa Fe

18. Baltimore Farmers Market (Baltimore, Maryland)

Where: 400 E. Saratoga Street, Baltimore

When: April-December, Sunday – 7 AM-12 PM

Why visit:

Baltimore Farmers Market is the largest market in the state. It features vendors, farmers, and businesses that sell their goods right underneath the Jones Falls Expressway.

The event is managed by BOPA – a non-profit that supports and promotes art and culture in Baltimore.

Once a month during the summer, the market gets extended to 3:30 PM for The B-Side. That’s when you’ll get to enjoy a whole afternoon of food and drink vendors and see free performances.

Also Read: The Best Farmers Markets in Baltimore

19. Hanalei Farmers Market (Kauai, Hawaii)

Hanalei Farmers Market
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Where: 5-5299C Kuhio Hwy, Hanalei

When: year-round, Saturday – 9:30 AM-12 PM

Why visit:

Paying a visit to Hanalei Farmers Market is a great way to immerse yourself in the island’s beauty. Every Saturday, a large grassy lawn gets covered in around 50 stalls that feature tropical fruits, locally made honey, salsa, freshly squeezed juices, and a lot more.

Even though the market is relatively small, you should definitely come here for the views – the lawn is surrounded by majestic peaks.

While you shop and listen to relaxing Hawaiian music, you might also want to join one of the yoga classes that start at 10 AM.

Also Read: The Best Farmers Markets in Kauai

20. Green City Market (Chicago, Illinois)

Where: Lincoln Park, 1817 N Clark St, Chicago

When: April-November, Saturday – 7 AM-1 PM; May-October, Wednesday – 7 AM-1 PM

Why visit:

The Green City Market at Lincoln Park is technically a year-round market, as it moves inside the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum in November. There is also an additional GCM running during the season in West Loop.

The market features dozens of local, sustainable farmers and food producers that offer fresh veggies and fruits, nuts, meat, seafood, flowers, ready-to-eat foods, and more.

GCM also brings the community together through various programs that include culinary demonstrations, a weekly youth program, and even field trips for the students.

Also Read: The Best Farmers Markets in Chicago

21. Nashville Farmers Market (Nashville, Tennessee)

Where: 900 Rosa L Parks Blvd, Nashville

When: May-October, Monday-Sunday – 8 AM-6 PM; November-April, Monday-Sunday – 8 AM-2 PM

Why visit:

In Nashville, the first city market house was completed in 1802 and was 40 feet long.

Since then, the main city market got relocated quite a few times until it finally ended up in a facility that includes two open-air sheds, an air-conditioned market house, and a garden center (the only one in the urban core).

Today, the daily Farmers Market that takes place in the sheds provides retail space to farmers and artisans, while the Market House features 18 eateries and a pub.

So, after shopping for the freshest products offered by ranchers, cheese makers, bakers, and crafters, you can head straight to the indoor Market House to give the Korean bibimbap, Jamaican jerk chicken, or vegan tacos a try.

Also Read: The Best Farmers Markets in Nashville

22. St. Paul Farmers Market (St. Paul, Minnesota)

Where: 290 E 5th St, Saint Paul

When: April-November, Saturday – 7 AM-1 PM, Sunday – 8 AM-1 PM

Why visit:

The Downtown St. Paul Farmers Market takes place every Saturday and Sunday during the season. It is nestled right between St. Paul’s Saints Ballpark and the beautiful historic Lowertown buildings.

The Saturday markets usually have musical guests, so you’ll be able to shop for fruits and vegetables and gorgeous bouquets of cut flowers (at very reasonable prices) while listening to Minnesota groovy folk-rock, for example.

The majority of the vendors are willing to chat a bit which is definitely something you should take advantage of if you want to find out more about where your food comes from.

23. The Market at Pepper Place (Birmingham, Alabama)

Where: 2829 2nd Ave S, Birmingham

When: Mid-January – mid-December, Saturday – 7 AM-12 PM

Why visit:

The Market at Pepper Place first began operating in 2000.

Throughout the years, the market has grown from only a few tents to over a hundred, and at the height of the season, the market gets visited by around 10,000 per day and is the largest producer’s-only market in the state.

All of the vendors are based in Alabama, and the produce is grown within 200 miles of the actual market, so you can rest assured that you’re getting the freshest products possible.

If you come during the summer months, don’t miss one of the live events that take place at 9 AM.

By the way, the market takes place in what was once a Dr. Pepper bottling plant.

24. The Original Farmers Market (Los Angeles, California)

Original Farmers Market
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Where: 6333 W. 3rd St, Los Angeles

When: year-round, Monday-Friday – 9 AM-9 PM; Saturday – 10 AM-9 PM; Sunday – 10 AM-7 PM

Why visit:

The historic Los Angeles landmark and popular tourist attraction opened its doors way back in 1934. Today, the farmers market features produce vendors, as well as an area of food stalls, prepared food vendors, and sit-down eateries.

At the front of the Original Farmers Market, you’ll get to see the “Meet Me a Third and Fairfax” display that can become the perfect photo op.

You can certainly shop for organic produce, pickles, single-origin coffee, and a lot more at the market. But the majority of visitors come here to enjoy the wide range of cuisines offered. Chinese, French, Middle Eastern, Cajun – the place has everything a real foodie might dream of.

Read Next: Best Farmers Markets in Los Angeles

25. Houston Farmers Market (Houston, Texas)

Where: 2520 Airline Dr, Houston

When: open 7 days a week, 6 AM-7:30 PM

Why visit:

The Houston Farmers Market is the largest and oldest farmers market in the city. The chances are high that you would end up spending several hours exploring everything that the 18 acres of stalls have to offer.

Here, you’ll get to choose fresh fruits and vegetables from one of the widest selections in the region. Plenty of vendors also sell amazing herbs and spices, all kinds of meats, and any type of baked goods you can think of.

If you’re not in the mood to cook that night, then you can have a wonderful meal at one of the on-site restaurants.

By the way, there is always something happening at the market, so make sure to check the schedule. Otherwise, you might miss a free yoga class, live music, or a cooking class.

Also Check: Best Farmers Markets in Texas

26. Old Town Farmers’ Market (Alexandria, Virginia)

Where: 301 King Street, Alexandria

When: year-round, Saturday – 7 AM-12 PM

Why visit:

This is the oldest farmers market in the USA that has been continuously held at the same site. In fact, George Washington himself sent his produce from Mount Vernon to be sold at this truly historic market (it was founded in 1752).

During the peak season, there are over 70 vendors offering veggies and fruits, poultry, meat, cheeses, fresh pasta, pastries, pickled vegetables, and a lot more.

The market is also an amazing place to have a yummy breakfast. If you come early enough, you will be able to avoid the queues and try a sausage and egg sandwich from Hog Haven’s, for example.

27. Lancaster Central Market (Lancaster, Pennsylvania)

Lancaster Central Market

Where: 23 N Market St, Lancaster

When: year-round; Tuesday, Friday, Saturday – 6 AM-3 PM

Why visit:

The Lancaster Central Market was established in 1730, which makes it the oldest continuously running public farmers market in the USA.

The place highlights everything that the nutrient-rich soils native to the local landscape have to offer. Over 60 vendors sell meats, cheeses, poultry, and practically anything you can think of, while an array of prepared foods represents the proud cultural diversity of the region.

There are also a few very good coffee stands, so you can start your day with a freshly baked item and a cup before beginning your shopping spree.

28. Yellow Green Farmers Market (Hollywood, Florida)

Yellow Green Farmers Market
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Where: 3080 Sheridan St, Hollywood

When: year-round, Saturday and Sunday – 10 AM-6:30 PM

Why visit:

The 190,000-square-foot state-of-the-art venue houses nearly 600 vendor booths, including around 200 food and beverage stalls. Along with the ‘classics’, you’ll be able to shop for Amish cheese, gourmet dog food, and healthy dark chocolate.

The culture of the market also includes live music and plenty of other market happenings, such as yoga and art and dance classes.

By the way, it is one out of not that many farmers’ markets where furry friends are welcome to join in the fun.

29. Boise Farmers Market (Boise, Idaho)

Boise Farmers Market

Where: 1500 Shoreline Drive, Boise

When: April-October, Saturday – 9 AM-1 PM

Why visit:

Boise Farmers Market is a food-centric and agriculturally based one, which means that you can expect 95% of the stalls to be dedicated to food and agricultural produce. The remaining 5% is dedicated to various non-food items.

You will discover a wide range of locally raised meats, eggs, seafood, cheeses, pastries, salsa, hummus, kombucha, and so much more. There is also plenty of food that can be eaten on-site and a few stalls where you’d be able to grab your morning cup of coffee.

By the way, the market features a drive-thru pickup location. If you want to avoid the crowds, then you can choose to shop in the online store on Tuesday or Wednesday and then simply pick your order up on Saturday when the market is up and running.

Also Read: The Best Farmers Markets in Boise

30. South Anchorage Farmers Market (Anchorage, Alaska)

Where: 11111 O’Malley Centre Dr, Anchorage, AK 99515

When: May-October, Saturday – 9 AM-2 PM

Why visit:

The last on our list of best USA farmers markets is South Anchorage Farmers Market.

This market is a community hub where farmers and producers come together to sell their fresh produce, baked goods, and arts and crafts.

It’s an amazing place for visitors to experience the local culture and enjoy some great food.

Here you can shop for a variety of items, from locally grown vegetables and fruits to homemade jams and jellies. The vendors are quite friendly and knowledgeable, so don’t feel shy to ask them about their products or suggestions on what to try.

Aside from the food offerings, there are also artisanal items available such as handmade jewelry and woodworking pieces, among others.

Additionally, there’s live music that adds more ambiance while shopping and feasting at the market.

FAQs about the USA farmers markets

What are the biggest farmers markets in the US?

The largest USA farmers markets are Pike Place Farmers Market and the Dane County Farmers Market.

What are the oldest farmers markets in the US?

The oldest USA farm markets are Lancaster Central Market and the Old Town Farmers Market.

What are the famous farmers markets in the USA?

One of the most popular farmers markets in the United States is definitely Pike Place Farmers Market. It is well-known not only in the States but also worldwide.

Wrap up – The Best USA Farmers Markets

USA farmers markets have something for everyone. Whether you’re a local or a tourist, you can always count on these places to provide you with fresh, delicious foods and plenty of entertainment options.

Farmers’ markets also offer the chance to find out more about the food you eat from the people who actually grow these products. So, don’t miss out on such an opportunity the next time you plan a visit to one of the gems from our list.

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