Message from the Baltimore Farmers’ Market: “The Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar, previously scheduled to open on Sunday, April 5, 2020, has postponed Opening Day in response to the developing Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) situation. We will update you when a rescheduled date has been confirmed.”

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The Baltimore Farmers Market 2020 season begins on April 5, 2020 and runs each Sunday through December 20, 2020. *OPENING POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19*

Hours are 7am-noon every Sunday.

This year marks the 43rd 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 for two hours at the Mary Catherine Bunting Garage during the hours of the market, courtesy of Mercy Medical Center. The Mary Catherine Bunting Garage is located at 330 Guilford Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21202. *NOTE –the website says that vehicles should enter through the Pleasant Street entrance and you should bring your ticket to the Welcome Tent at the market to get it validated.*

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!