Top Farmers Markets in Louisville

    One of the best things about summers in Louisville is the amount of Farmers Markets introducing the greatest local products! Below are Farmers Markets you must check out this summer!

    1. Gray Street Farmers Market

    Open every Thursday from 10:30am to 1:30pm in Downtown Louisville. Includes 10+ vendors selling vegetables, fruit, bakery goods, honey, jams, canned goods, prepared lunch items, and more! Accept EBT and debit cards.

    2. Phoenix Hill Nulu Farmers Market

    Open every Tuesday from 3:00pm to 6pm in Nulu. Accept SNAP, Credit, Debit, and Senior Nutrition program vouchers. Free parking and easy access to vendors. Offers a variety of locally produced items – fresh fruits and veggies, baked goods, meat, eggs, flowers, beverages, and much more!

    3. Westport Road Baptist Farmers Market

    Open Saturdays 9am to 1pm off Westport Road. Includes all types of Kentucky grown fruits, berries, vegetables, plants, meats, eggs, baked goods, honey, jams, pickles and more. Fresh to you from Kentucky farmers. Also includes several craft vendors and ready to eat food vendors.

    4. St. Matthews Farmers Market

    Open every Saturday from 8am to noon at Beargrass Christian Church (Shelbyville Road). Features high quality food and products from local producers. Supports small farmers who care for the land. Requires strict farmer / producer criteria. Strive to be environmentally-friendly (remember your reusable bags). Provides shaded picnic tables to eat your produce on site! Features live music and special events. Also Includes cooking demonstrations on site

    5. The Original Bardstown Road Farmers Market

    Open every Saturday from 8am-noon off Bardstown Road. Since 1991, The Original Bardstown Road Farmers’ Market has hosted almost 30 vendors every week, offering a diverse, high-quality selection of locally-grown, locally-made products. Here is just a sampling of the best in farm-fresh, locally-grown products available: Seasonal fruits and vegetables cut flowers and potted plants, pastured beef, pork, lamb, poultry, bison, sausage and eggs, farmstead-fresh cheeses from cow, goat and sheep milk, baked goods, pastries, granola and other prepared foods, omelets made to order jams, jellies and salsas, fresh local honey, and much more!

    6. Douglass Loop Farmers Market

    Open Saturday from 10am to 2pm in the Highlands (Douglass Blvd Christian Church). Accepts debit and credit cards, and an ATM is also located at the bank next door. Offers a variety of produce and meats. Includes beef, chicken, pork, goat, fruits vegetables, soaps, jams, jellies, wine, plants, and prepared foods! There is plenty of space to hang out and bring pets!

    7. Jeffersontown Farmers Market

    Opens Saturday from 8am to 12:30pm in J-town. The Jeffersontown Farmers Market is a great place for fresh produce with an emphasis on local gardeners, growers, and farmers. The farmers market started with individual downtown businesses displaying their products in an open air setting to attract patron’s downtown, spurring economic development. From the farm field to your table, the vendors offer the freshest products available. With over 38 booths, you are sure to find just the right ingredients for a fresh salad or evening dinner. From fresh flowers to table ready fruits and vegetables, Jeffersontown’s Farmers Market is your destination shopping experience.

    8. New Albany Farmers Market

    Open Thursdays 4pm to 7pm; 8am to 12:30pm at 202 E Market Street, New Albany. Offers a variety of fresh produce, fresh meat, wines, cooking oils, jams/jellies, canned vegetables, baked goods, crafts, essential oils, and even jewelry!

    9. Schnitzelburg Community Farmers Market

    Open Saturday from 10am to 2pm in Schnitzelburg . Schnitzelburg Community Farmers Market is a community owned & operated market connecting farmers, Chefs & vendors to citizens who want to buy local.

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