Find the freshest local produce from the farm at a Vermont Farmers Market. Your local farmer’s market brings the farm to you. Many small local growers and mid-sized Vermont farmers bring their vegetables, honey, maples syrup, fruits and berries to the Vermont Farmer’s Market. There are many of these “homegrown shopping centers” all over Vermont. A Vermont Farmers’ Market is great place to meet people and find home-baked goods, seasonal fruits and berries, local produce and Vermont maple syrup. Vermont makes it special, as the saying goes, and many Vermont farmers make it to the Farmer’s Market. Some Vermont Farm Markets offer live music. Please share your Vermont farm market comments and reviews with us. To feature your Vermont products, contact us.
Vermont Farmers Markets
Burlington Farmers’ Market College Street and City Hall Park
Early May – late Oct. , Saturdays; 8:30 – 2:30
Five Corner’s Farmers’ Market
2 Lincoln Place, off Railroad Avenue
Essex Jct., VT
Fridays, 3:30pm – 7:30pm
Montpelier – Capitol City Farmers Market County Courthouse
Early May – late October, Saturday, 9 – 1pm
St. Johnsbury – Caledonia Farmers’ Market Western Avenue
St. Johnsbury, VT
Mid May – October, Wednesday and Saturday; 9 – 1pm.
Woodstock Vermont Market On The Green
Route 4 (across from the Woodstock Inn)
June – October 5, Wednesdays 3pm – 6pm.
Manchester – West River Farmers’ Market At Dana Thompson Recreational Center, Route 30
Manchester Center, VT
May 25th – October 12th. Thursdays 3:00 – 6:00pm.
Brattleboro Farmers’ Market
Route 9 near the Covered Bridge
May – October; Saturday 9am-2pm, Route 9 near the Covered Bridge. Wednesday 10am-2pm; Whetstone Pathway -lower Main Street, Brattleboro
The Brattleboro Area Farmers’ Market is Southern Vermont’s premier farmers’ market featuring over 50 vendors with agricultural products, crafts, live music and animals and ethnic foods from around the world. The Market has a No Dogs Policy. There is usually live music.