The Tallahassee Farmers Market originally stemmed from the Tallahassee Curb Market on Gaines Street, which was present from the 1930s to 1950s. In 1978, the market moved to the pavilion at Market Square, and the Tallahassee Farmers Market was established. In 2019, the Farmers Market moved to a new home at the Cornerstone Presbyterian Church on Kerry Forest Pkwy and Thomasville Rd. Several vendors you see at the market today have been there since the beginning.
Locally Grown and Regionally Sourced
All vendors at the market provide products that are either locally grown/produced or are regionally sourced. Products that can be found at the market include: vegetables, fruits, micro-greens, honey, mushrooms, meats, cheeses and yogurt, eggs, bread, granola, jams, pesto, cane syrup, soaps, and much more! Many of our vendors use organic or natural growing methods.
Our vendors work to accept a wide variety of payment methods.
Our market encourages an environment that is supportive of all varieties of people and income levels. Each individual vendor has their own payment systems. Most of our vendors accept cash, checks, credit cards and seasonal Farmers Market Nutrition Program Vouchers. At least one vendor also accepts SNAP benefits.
Several market events occur throughout the year
We occasionally have cooking demos and other events at the market. For more information on upcoming events visit our facebook page!
A wonderful family environment where you can bring your kids and pets!
The Tallahassee Farmers Market is fun for the whole family! Many of our vendors offer free samples of their products, and there are great shops and restaurants near by. So you can make a day of it!