Bluegrass Farmers' Market

Welcome to Bluegrass Farmers' Market, the largest farmers market in Lexington, Kentucky providing 100% locally grown/produced products. What sets us apart from other markets in the region is the fact that we don't allow any reselling...we grow, raise, bake or make what we sell! So our vegetables and fruit are usually picked the day of or the day before you buy them. All of our vendors are members of the Kentucky Proud program and they have been certified in GAP, Good Agricultural Pratices! Our members offer a wide assortment of vegetables, flowers, herbs, fruit, farm-fresh eggs, local honey, jams, soaps, herb rubs, baked goods, bedding plants and so much more. Shopping at Bluegrass Farmers' Market guarantees that you'll find excellent quality products and you'll be supporting an honest to gosh local farmer/producer!

Listing last updated on Jul 6, 2014

Lexington's largest guaranteed 100% grower/producer market! The 2014 market season opens on April 12th!

Schedule and Location:

3450 Richmond Rd in the parking lot of Fast Signs and Pedal the Planet Bike Shop!
Saturday 9am until 2pm
Tuesday 3pm until 6pm

Azur Restaurant & Patio
3070 Lakecrest Circle
Saturday 9am until 2pm
Thursday 3pm until 6pm

Latest Reviews

Because it is a great market, sets the example and may cause our downtown development to get a permanent structure for it. But, honestly, also because you did not list Midway and Susie Quick's market where she offers vegetables from her own farm and those of farmers in surrounding counties.... [more]

Local, always homegrown or produced...what more can I say! It's the only market in Lexington that can say that!

I appreciate the effort that goes in to making this a producer market, and the attitude of working together for the good of the customer.

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From Our Blog

Super Saturday at the Bluegrass Farmers' Market!


The question of the day...should I shop at the grocery store or the farmers market? Actually, they both serve many of our needs and you need to shop at both of them because they each provide the necessities of life.... [more]

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