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Shop local this year. We’ve rounded up 20 farmers markets around Boston so you don’t have to. Perfect for those looking for fresh produce at reasonable prices.   

Markets are listed in chronological order by starting date. 

By Kenneal Patterson and Yelena Nicolle Salvador

1) Haymarket Boston

When: Every Friday & Saturday

Where: North End 

What: Haymarket is a historic landmark in Boston; it dates back to before Fenway Park. As you make your way from vendor to vendor, you’re following the footsteps of Bostonians from a bygone era. 

2) Charles River Farmers' Market

When: Every Friday & Sunday year-round at the Charles Hotel; Every Saturday at the Morse School starting June 4

Where: Cambridgeport 

What: The Charles Hotel location opens year-round. The Morse School location opens June 4!

3) Jamaica Plain Farmers Market

When: Every Saturday year-round, Every Tuesday starting June 18

Where: Jamaica Plain

What: Head out to Jamaica Plain for some fresh air and a walk around the pond before stopping by this local, farm-fresh market. 

4) Farmers Market at Sowa

When: Every Sunday starting May 5 

Where: South End

What: We all love SoWa! It’s a haven for thrifters and antiquers alike, but did you know it also doubles as a spectacular farmers market? Enjoy fresh produce from one of the best outdoor markets in the city.

5) Union Square Farmers Market

When: Every Saturday starting May 11

Where: Union Square

What: This lovely open-air market returns on May 11 and offers a vibrant community space, a variety of delicious produce, and a chance to meet local vendors. 

6) Copley Square Farmers Market

When: Every Tuesday and Friday starting May 17

Where: Copley Square

What: In the beating heart of Copley Square, Boston’s biggest farmers market attracts Bostonians of all ages and occupations. Whether you’re a Newbury tourist or a Prudential businessman, stop by for a delicious lunch. 

7) Central Square Farmers Market

When: Every Monday starting May 20

Where: Central Square

What: Head over to Central Square every Monday starting May 20 for some delectable goods.

8) Davis Square Farmers Market

When: Every Wednesday starting May 22

Where: Davis Square

What: Stop by Davis Square to stock up on everything from oven-baked bread to American Flatbread to organic seasonal vegetables from Langwater Farm.

9) Brighton Farmers Market

When: Every Wednesday starting in June

Where: Brighton

What: Spend a summer afternoon at the Brighton Farmers Market for flavorful food, from sun-sweetened fruits to organic veggies. Official opening date will be announced soon, so check their socials

10) Roslindale Farmers Market

When: Every Saturday starting June 1

Where: Roslindale

What: Roslindale Farmers Market is the perfect place for merriment; families can gather for live music, kid-friendly activities, and natural produce.

11) Brookline Farmers Market

When: Every Thursday starting June 6

Where: Brookline

What: The Brookline Farmers Market is back again to provide locals with the very best, locally-sourced foods. 

12) Medford Farmers Market

When: Every Thursday starting June 6

Where: Medford

What: Medford Farmers Market returns in June, so stop by for fresh, healthy and local produce of all kinds. 

13) Watertown Farmers Market

When: Every Wednesday starting June 12

Where: Watertown

What: Don’t miss out on a chance to explore brand new ready-to-eat food vendors, artisan crafters, and even monthly wellness programs.

14) Boston Public Market on the Greenway

When: Every Thursday starting June 13

Where: Downtown

What: Show the Boston Public Market some love during their farmers markets on Thursdays. They have baked goods, specialty foods, and more.

15) Farmers' Market at Harvard

When: Every Tuesday starting June 18

Where: Harvard Square

What: Harvard Squares’ Farmers’ Market lists three reasons why you should shop local: it builds community, it helps the environment, and it supports local families. We couldn’t agree more. 

16) Kilroy Square Farmers and Artisan Market

When: Every Tuesday starting June 21

Where: Quincy

What: This year, Quincy is combining their farmers and artisan markets together. There will be a beer garden and a live DJ so you can have a different experience while shopping for your next bite!

17) Chinatown Farmers Market

When: Every other Wednesday starting July 3

Where: Downtown

What: Welcome this new farmers market to the stage! There will be Chinese vegetables, bakery items, and seafood at this addition on the Greenway.

18) East Boston Farmers Market

When: Every Wednesday starting July 10

Where: East Boston

What: Enjoy sustainably grown produce with a variety of herbs, vegetables, fruits, and more. Support the vibrant vendor community with roots from the Americas, Europe, Southeast Asia, and Africa.

19) Ashmont Farmers Market

When: Every Saturday starting July 12

Where: Dorchester

What: Ashmont Farmers Market won’t open until July, but it’s worth the wait for its garden-fresh offerings.  

20) Revere Beach Farmers Market

When: Every Friday starting July 26

Where: Revere

What: A farmers market along the beach? Yes, it’s true. The farmers market at Revere is back along the water. Enjoy baked goods, produce, and more while breathing in the salty air.


Support the best of Boston by shopping small and take in the warmest months of the city.

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