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Get a taste of Jacksonville’s local flavor. Many Jax farmers markets also feature handmade arts and crafts, native plants, live music, and flea market booths, so you can spend an entire afternoon snacking and browsing.
The "buy local" movement is in full-swing, with farmers markets sprouting up in areas throughout Jacksonville. Visit a Jacksonville farmers market for a taste of fresh local produce, baked goods, and other artisanal delights.
Jacksonville’s Farmers Market
With over 200 vendors, The Jacksonville Farmers Market is the oldest, still operating outdoor farmers market in Florida. Since 1938, this historic market has offered fresh produce, herbs, and local favorites like our famous Mayport shrimp. Browse crafts and handmade goods by local artisans or stop by Andy’s Farmers Market Grill for breakfast, lunch, or a quick to-go snack. The Jacksonville Farmers Market is minutes away from Downtown. Hours: Daily from dawn to dusk.
The Riverside Arts Market
Food, music, and arts combine at The Riverside Arts Market. The farmers market stands feature local produce, bread, gourmet spreads, cheeses, and more. Listen to live music and cruise the aisles of local artists, handmade wares, and tasty treats. The market is just a 15-minute walk from downtown. Hours: Saturdays from March through December, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Beaches Green Market
Vendors at this market focus on sustainable products and consumer education. Look for organic coffee, fresh flowers, desserts, green crafts, natural pet treats, native plants, local beef, and in-season produce. The Beaches Green Market is held at Jarboe Park in Neptune Beach, where A1A and Florida Blvd. meet. The park also offers picnic facilities and a playground. Hours: Saturdays from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Other Farmer’s Markets in the Jax area: