Whether you’re traveling through northern Florida or visiting the warm, sunny south, you can bet on a great farmers’ market nearby. Typically, we look forward to these markets on a weekend, but some offer weekday shopping too. While some markets are more focused on traditional fruits and vegetables, others go beyond farm-grown eats, offering up everything from to-go meals from local neighborhood restaurants to vendors selling handmade goods—at the heart of it all, these markets proudly represent Florida’s natural bounty and guarantee the highest-quality locally grown food from farms across the Sunshine State.
We recommend you check out the market websites below to view COVID guidelines as some markets may require masks for a safer shopping experience.
North Florida Farmers’ Market
Jacksonville Farmers’ Market
One of Florida’s largest farmers market is also the oldest dating back to 1938. Open daily, this market prides itself on providing hard-to-find authentic cultural items from pantry goods to specialty produce.
Daily dawn – 6 pm
Tallahassee Downtown Market
Held beneath a picturesque canopy of dreamy oaks, this Saturday market is not only the go-to spot for fresh fruits and vegetables, but you can also expect to find arts and crafts and live musical performances from many of the local community artists.
Saturdays 9 am – 2 pm (March – November)
Central Florida Farmers’ Market
Winter Park Farmers’ Market
Central Florida residents rise early on Saturday mornings to enjoy this market. Extending far beyond produce—local cheese shops, bakeries and more set up their stands indoors, while plants, herbs and other garden goods take center stage outdoors.
Winter Park, FL
Saturdays 7am – 1pm
Audubon Park Community Market
Audubon Park Community Market
This intimate Monday night market is a major hit with residents in the hip Audubon Park neighborhood. You’ll find top-notch Florida farmers exhibiting their brightly colored fruits and vegetables picked only hours before the market begins. Locals can take comfort in knowing that the small businesses represented here are upholding the highest level of environmentally-friendly practices in everything from baked goods and eggs, to steaks and seafood.
Mondays 5 pm – 9 pm
Lakeland Downtown Farmers Curb Market
Offering a wide variety of food vendors, you can find everything from ready-made meals to sustainable seafood and grass-fed Florida beef. Neighborhood artisans also play a big role here, selling custom woodwork pieces, jewelry and more.
Saturdays 8 am – 2 pm (Closed in August)
St. Petersburg Market
This popular Saturday market hits all the right notes—known for its variety of food, music and art, it’s a state favorite! Fill your bags with organic produce, and work up an appetite for lunch at one of the many food trucks.
St. Petersburg, FL
Saturdays 9 am – 2 pm
A produce lovers paradise, everything sold here is either grown from their very own community farm or nearby farms based throughout the Space Coast region. And as their namesake states: There’s an incredible assortment of plants and garden goods to browse through.
Wednesdays through Saturdays 9 am-2 pm (in the Garden Center yellow building)
Tuesdays 4 pm – 7 pm (open-air evening market)
South Florida Farmer’s Market
West Palm Beach Green Market
Pack a blanket before you head out to this waterfront market. Located in the historic district of downtown West Palm Beach, the vast lawn anchoring the festivities is the perfect spot to nibble on the freshly baked bread and imported cheese you won’t be able to resist.
West Palm Beach, FL
Saturdays 9 am-1 pm (October – April)
Sarasota Farmers’ Market
For more than 30 years, this Sarasota market has been a staple for southwest Florida residents. Grab a cooler before you head out because soon you’ll be filling it up with the freshest Florida seafood and hand-cut meat selections.
Saturdays 7 am – 1 pm
Yellow Green Farmers’ Market
Clear your calendar because you can easily spend half the day wandering the aisles of this indoor market exploring everything from root vegetables to baked goods. When you’re done shopping, wander off into the array of world-cuisine options for a bite to eat and wash it all down with a craft beer.
Saturdays and Sundays 8 am – 4 pm
Robert Is Here
Family-owned and operated, this daily market is notorious for its wide range of tropical fruits. And diets be damned—you’ll find these exceptional fruits blended into hand-spun milkshakes in flavors like guanabana or tamarind, of which many have touted as “the best you’ll ever have.”
Lincoln Road Farmers’ Market
Get your Sunday started with a fruit-stand stroll in South Beach. Stay hydrated with an icy-cold coconut water (still in its shell), and take time to appreciate the many vendors carrying fresh-cut flowers, local honey, and a taste of Miami in one of Florida’s chicest cities.
Sundays from 9 am – 6:30pm