Farmers Markets

young farmer at farm stand

Farmers Markets

Seattle’s Original Farmers Market   

Pike Place Market was founded on August 17, 1907 to provide Seattle citizens direct access to local producers. That first day, farmers arrived with wagons chock full of produce and a grand traditon in public markets was born. Today, we are proud to continue the Meet the Producer tradition, with Washington farmers selling their fresh produce and specialty farm products to shoppers year round. This summer, join us at one of our five farmers markets in Downtown Seattle and participate in a century-old tradition! 

Farmers Market Shopper? Share your experiences! Please inform us about your shopping experiences at any of Pike Place Market’s farmers markets. Your feedback is valued and helps guide operational decisions. Click here to take an anonymous, quick, short survey before September 12. Thank you for your support!

Pike Place Farmers Markets: Five Downtown Locations

City Hall Plaza Market

10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
600 4th Ave

The Regrade Market
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
7th and Lenora

Pike Place Evening Market
WEDNESDAYS (ending Sept. 27)
3 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Pike Place and Pine St.

South Lake Union Market
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
410 Terry Ave. N

First Hill Market
FRIDAYS (ending Sept. 29)
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
9th Ave and University St.

Debit/credit, EBT, WIC and Senior FMNP accepted at the Info Booth at each market.

Find the Info Booth on Saturdays at the farmers market on Pike Place from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., June 3 - October 13. 

Preserving Farmland and Developing the Local Food Economy

In order to maintain our heritage as a vibrant farmers market, Pike Place Market recognizes the importance of making sure farmland is available for generations to come, and that farmers can operate sustainable businesses. To support this we partnered with the City of Seattle and King County to convene the “King County Farms and Food Roundtable” to identify key recommendations to preserve farmland and increase market and distribution opportunities for local small and mid-sized farmers in King County. Read the full report