The Baltimore Farmers Market 2014 season began on April 6, 2014 and runs each Sunday through December 21.
Hours are 7am-noon every Sunday.
This year marks the 37th year of the market!
The Baltimore Farmers Market is located under the JFX at Holliday & Saratoga streets.
What can you find at the Baltimore Farmers Market? According to the site, fruits and vegetables, seafood, meats & poultry, fresh baked goods, herbs, milk, butter, eggs and cheese, as well as food vendors with pit beef, omelets, crepes, pizzas, and more.
The Baltimore Farmers Market is a producers-only market, so the people who are selling their goods are the ones who grew or made them!
So, where do you park for the Baltimore Farmers Market? Parking is free, courtesy of Mercy Medical Center. The lot is located at Guilford Ave & Pleasant St, entrance on Guilford.
On Sundays, come to Downtown Baltimore and get locally grown vegetables, fruits, meats, seafood, and more — good for you AND good for the local economy!
Baltimore Farmers Market Photo courtesy of USDAgov via Flickr CCTags: Baltimore, Baltimore farm, Baltimore Farmer's Market, Downtown Baltimore, Farmer's Market