Take advantage of fresh produce from spring until fall, and check out one of Baltimore’s bustling farmers markets! But fresh fruits and veggies aren’t the only things you’ll find at these fantastic shopping opportunities—farmers markets in Baltimore are bursting with locally made foods, flowers, plants, a variety of crafts, and much more.
Don’t miss out this summer—take a walk, explore the neighborhood, and enjoy a day at one of Baltimore’s farmers markets! Below, we've shared a few of our very favorite farmers markets:
Photos courtesy of the Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar Facebook page
There are several Baltimore-area farmers markets to check out, but one of our very favorites is the Baltimore Farmers Market & Bazaar. From mid-April through mid-December, you can head out to enjoy this market every single Sunday, starting at 7am until businesses sell out.
Here, explore 80+ farmer stands and food vendors, and just as many bazaar vendors. You can also enjoy cooking demonstrations, musical performances, and more! This market is located just below the Jones Falls Expressway at Holliday & Saratoga streets.
Photos courtesy of the Fells Point Farmers Market Facebook page
Another favorite farmers market is the Fells Point Farmers Market, located on Broadway Square & Pier on the waterfront. Open from May through November, you can enjoy this markets every Saturday from 7:30am to 12:30pm.
There are dozens and dozens of vendors to explore, including several farms. You can find wines, waffles, baked goods, fresh juice, candy, coffee, granola, nuts, and much more!
TIP: There’s lots of free parking in the area, or you can take the water taxi or walk the promenade to get there!
Photos courtesy of the Catonsville Farmers Market's Facebook page
Described as being “Relaxed Weekend Shopping in a Community Festival Setting,” the Catonsville Farmers Market is another one of our top picks. Held from early May through the end of November, you can visit this market every Sunday at 730 Frederick Road (in the parking lot behind Friendly's) from 10am to 1:30pm.
At the Catonsville market, you can expect to find a huge variety of fresh, made-in-Maryland foods, from produce to baked goods. You can also enjoy musical performances while you shop around and explore what locals have to offer!