Fresh Family Fun
In all, about 85 farmers markets are scattered throughout the state, offering bustling kiosks and stands that are a colorful Green Mountain twist on the European, straight-from-the-farm tradition. Some of these amazing markets are in cities such as Montpelier, Burlington, St. Albans, Rutland and Brattleboro. Others are held weekly on scenic village greens in towns like Waitsfield in the Mad River Valley, Chelsea, Danville, Fairlee and Bristol.
With Vermont’s abundance of small farmers and artisanal food producers, local farmers markets provide a way to enjoy the outdoors and find fresh produce, baked goods, arts, and crafts of the highest quality - while connecting directly with the farmers and producers.
TIPS FOR VISITING A FARMERS MARKET IN VERMONT
Outdoor farmers markets are a great place to sample Vermont spirits and enjoy prepared foods with the Green Mountains as a backdrop. Enjoy live music and discover other goods like pottery and jewelry while meeting growers and makers. Make the most of your experience with these tips.
LOCAL FOOD, LOCAL FUN
Vermont’s farmers work hard to bring you the best the state’s landscapes can offer, from fresh local produce to handcrafted gifts to home-cooked meals. Head to a Vermont farmers market and fill up on fresh food and fun.