Take a peek at some of the Baltimore farmers markets favored by locals and visitors alike:
From spring to late fall, you’ll find scores of Baltimore farmers markets throughout the city selling fresh produce, locally made cheeses and even some unusual culinary curiosities, as well as flowers, crafts and handmade gifts created by members of Baltimore's maker community.
From the small, locally-owned stands to the large and lively markets with rows of growers and extensive selections, "good eats" are always just around the corner at a Baltimore farmers market. When it comes to fresh and locally made and sourced food, a farmers market in Baltimore is the place to go to locate some fabulous food finds for everyone in the family.
Cross Street Farmers’ Market
Outside Cross Street Market
Saturday's May-October, 8 a.m.-12 p.m.
Running the entire length of the south side of Cross Street Market, this Farmers Market is a partnership between Cross Street Market management and Federal Hill Main Street. A new initiative for 2019, the Cross Street Farmers Market is focused on promoting Main Street walkability, improving local food access and supporting the economic development of small businesses.
Pratt Street Farmers Market
Corner of Pratt and Light Streets
Thursdays, May through October, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
The Pratt Street Farmers Market is a Maryland-endorsed farmers market operated by Downtown Partnership of Baltimore (DPOB). The market offers shoppers the finest fruits, vegetables, baked goods, herbs and cheeses. Come face to face with your food source at Pratt Street Farmers Market, as it offers the freshest Maryland-grown seasonal favorites from cherries in the early summer to apples in the fall.
Waverly Farmers Market
East 32nd Street and Barclay Streets
Saturdays, year round, 7 a.m. - 12 p.m.
The Waverly Farmers Market is more than a source of good food, it's also the Charles Village social event of the week. Open year-round, rain or shine, the market provides fresh fruit and veggies, thick slabs of meat ready for the barbecue and baked goods and preserves, among other culinary delights.
Fells Point Farmers Market
Broadway and Thames Streets
Saturdays, May through November, 7:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Outdoor, waterfront shopping for local, farm-fresh items in Historic Fell's Point is reminiscent of decades past when the original farmers market was in existence (the original stall numbers can still be seen etched into the curbs surrounding Broadway Square). You'll find fresh produce as well as delectable bites to eat here - including paninis, crepes and quesadillas.
Baltimore Farmers Market and Bazaar
Holliday and Saratoga Streets
Sundays, April through December, 7 a.m. - 12 p.m.
While strolling through Maryland's largest producers-only market, you’ll revel at the sight of a vast quantity of foods, including crisp fruits and vegetables, poultry, seafood, beef, pork, and other meats, fresh baked goods, flavorful herbs and organically raised and produced milk and dairy products. The bazaar also offers shoppers a variety of unique crafts and collectibles.
Baltimore Museum of Industry Farmers Market
1415 Key Highway
Saturdays, May through October, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
The Baltimore Museum of Industry Farmers Market offers a convenient place to purchase fresh local foods and buy artisan items not available in stores. The market features fruits and vegetables; meat and poultry; milk, ice cream and butter; plants and cut flowers; and a wide variety of artisan goods. Market shoppers can also enjoy fun bonuses, such as live music, demonstrations, kids' activities and giveaways.
Druid Hill Farmers Market
3100 Swann Drive
Wednesdays, June through September, 3:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Druid Hill Park lies at the heart of Baltimore City and made history by being one of the first public parks in America. Every Wednesday, the Druid Hill Farmers Market features fresh produce from area farmers, food and unique crafts from local vendors. As a bonus, the Conservatory and Botanic Gardens extend their hours on Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.