The Burlington Summer Farmers’ Market is one of the oldest and largest in the state.
Summer Outdoor Farmers’ Market
Since 1980, the Burlington Summer Farmers’ Market has been held every Saturday from late spring through autumn in downtown Burlington’s City Hall Park, just off of the Church Street Marketplace. More than 90 stands overflow with seasonal produce, flowers, artisan wares, prepared foods, and more. People gather to wander around, chat with growers and friends, and fill their baskets with some of the best food money can buy. Like many places in Burlington, dogs are always welcome but must be kept on a leash.
With the fortune of having so many farms and studios nearby paired with a growing interest in buying locally, the Burlington Winter Farmers’ Market opened in 2008. Inside the University of Vermont’s DUDLEY H. DAVIS CENTER you can find over 50 vendors offering a surprising array of hardy produce, prepared foods, crafts, and much more. Sheltered from the snowy Vermont weather, this indoor marketplace bustles with locals and visitors every other Saturday from November to April.
Photography on this website was provided by several market vendors, including Dawn Boucher, Joanne Kalisz and Danielle Allen.