Brownsville Farmers' Market

The Brownsville Farmers' Market was created to provide local residents with a place to find fresh, affordable, locally grown produce. Each week, 15 to 20 vendors sell in-season vegetables and fruits, farm-fresh eggs, honey, home-made breads and jams, fresh-caught Gulf shrimp, and herbs.

The Market is held every Saturday. Hours are 9:00 am to 12 noon.

The Market is centrally located for a day of great fun. During Market hours the Brownsville Museum of Fine Art (right there at Linear Park) is open and charges nothing. Without moving your car, you can visit the Gladys Porter Zoo.

Listing last updated on Jun 29, 2011

The Brownsville Farmers' Market sells fresh, affordable, locally-grown vegetables and fruit every Saturday 9 to 12 at Linear Park in the Mitte Cultural District of Brownsville, Texas.

Schedule and Location:

9am-noon every Saturday in the Linear Park at 6th & Ringgold streets in Brownsville, Texas. The Linear Park is bordered by the beautiful Gladys Porter Zoo, the Federal Courthouse and The Brownsville Museum of Fine Art (which is open and free during the Market)

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We enjoyed visiting & buying at the market this past winter. We are there for the winter & enjoy fresh fruit & veggies. Every week there is something different. Keep up the good work.

The Market has provided not only good produce but also education on healthy lifestyle living.

I am so excited to be a part of the BFM as a board member. It is a wonderful way to make everyone more aware of healthier eating and improving their diet.

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