Ballard Ave Sunday Farmers Market

Founded in Fremont neighborhood 1991, the farmers market moved to Ballard's historical district where it enjoys year round community patronage and upward of 4000 shoppers daily during peak season. This is a European-style street market which includes a small proportion local craftsmen as well as washington state farmers. We offer year round fresh organics, natural vegtables and fruits as well as free range meats, eggs, poutry,wild fish, artisan cheeses, honeys, bakery goods, orchard fruits and wildcraftings such as mushrooms,sauces, jams, soaps and herbal lotions and teas. The market has a wine bar and is surrounded by eclectic shops and restaurants.

Listing last updated on Dec 22, 2005

Seattle's oldest neighborhood farmers market Open every sunday

Schedule and Location:

Open year round on the street at 5330 Ballard Avenue NW
Nov ? April 11-3pm, May?Oct 10=4pm

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It's got everything from goat meat to glutenfree bakery products! I have friends who sell their loom woven hats and scarves it' in a great neighborhood (lower Old Ballard) where you can go to a Pub and Grub for lunch afterwards.... [more]

The Ballard Ave Sunday Farmers Market is open year round - even in Seattle's rainy weather - and it's held on Sundays which makes it easier for me to go than other markets I've lived by that were Saturdays.... [more]

I love the variety and freshness of the food, the friendly farmers, and the wonderful sense of community.

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