From Druid Hill to Fells Point, shop seasonal produce and hand-crafted goods all across the Baltimore area!

Farmers' markets are our favorite part of spring and summer. Not only are they a great place to purchase in-season produce (hello, fresh strawberries), but they also help the community flourish. Bring family and friends to browse hand-crafted goods, enjoy tasty foods, and support local businesses in this great city! 

Here are the top five farmer's markets in Baltimore.

32nd Street Farmers' Market

plant vendor at 32nd street farmers market

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WHEN: Saturdays, year-round | 7 a.m.-Noon
WHERE: East 32nd Street & Barclay Street | Baltimore, MD 21218

Working as a nonprofit since 1980, 32nd Street Farmers' Market is focused on helping the community thrive through providing seasonal produce and propping up local businesses. All year long, shoppers can buy fresh fruits and veggies and browse the unique array of vendors selling everything from mixed nuts to gluten-free goodies. For spring, grab some flowers to plant or a bouquet for the table. Check out their website for more details.

Druid Hill Farmers' Market

produce vendors at druid hill farmers market

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WHEN: Wednesdays | June to September | 3:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
WHERE: 3100 Swann Drive | Baltimore, MD 21217

Founded in 2011, this market brings farm-fresh goods and family fun in one of the country's oldest public parks. Shop for produce and dairy products, or stock your pantry with locally-made hot sauce and herb blends. Gather your friends and participate in free events like yoga and movie nights. In addition, Rawlings Conservatory will be open longer hours to accommodate the event, so swing on by for post-shopping relaxation. Find more information here.

Fells Point Farmers' Market

bread vendor at fells point farmers market

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WHEN: Saturdays | May to November | 7 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
WHERE: Broadway Square | 800 South Broadway at Thames Street, Baltimore, MD 21231

Held at the waterfront, Fells Point Farmers' Market gives a modern update to the types of markets the historic neighborhood held all the way back in the 1700s. Shop gourmet cheeses and wine along with locally-made bites like doughnuts and jerky. Browse craft vendors selling candles, photography, and beadwork. The market is also bike-friendly and accessible by water taxi! Check out the full list of vendors here.

Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar

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WHEN: April 7, 2019-December 22, 2019 | Every Sunday | 7 a.m.-Noon
WHERE: East Saratoga Street & Holliday Street | Baltimore, MD 21202

As the state's biggest producers-only market, Baltimore's Farmers' Market is on another level. This massive market offers a bountiful selection of fresh fruits and vegetables, meats, cheeses, dairy products, and baked goods. Enjoy wood-fired pizzas, barbecue pit sandwiches, dumplings, and more. Shop clothing, accessories, and hand-made crafts from local businesses. Visitors can park for free at the Mercy Medical Center's Bunting Garage for up to two hours. You can find more information here.

Overlea Farmers' Market

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WHEN: June 8, 2019-October 26, 2019 | Every other Saturday | 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
WHERE: Natural History Society of Maryland | 6908 Belair Road, Baltimore, MD 21206

For their fourth season, Overlea Farmers' Market will be offering a slew of local businesses and goods to browse. Pick up market-fresh eggs, produce, flowers, and delectable artisanal chocolate. Along with vendors, there will also be family-friendly activities like yoga and themed market weeks with special entertainment. The market begins June 8 with their 'Welcome Back to the Farm!' Gala Grand Opening. Read more about it here, or check out their Facebook for updates.

What are your favorite farmers' markets to shop at? Are there any we missed? Give us your picks in the comments!