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Farmers Market

Seattle’s Original Farmers Market   

Pike Place Market was founded in 1907 to provide a place for farmers and customers to meet directly. Farmers continue to sell their locally grown produce and products to shoppers seven days a week, 362 days a year. 

Fresh Bucks SNAP matching is offered at all Pike Place Market farmers markets. 

Farmers Markets in Five Downtown Locations

Pike Place Market
June 19-Sept. 27
Friday-Sunday, 9 am-5 pm 
Pike Place, between Pine Street and Stewart Street

Pike Place Market Express Markets 

City Hall Plaza 
June 16-Sept. 29
Tuesdays, 10 am-2 pm
600 4th Ave

Pioneer Square/Chinatown, International District
June 17-Sept. 30
Wednesdays, 10 am-2 pm
3rd Ave S and S Jackson St.
Please note! Due to construction adjacent to Occidental Park, the Express market will be held on the plaza in front of King Street Station. 

South Lake Union
June 18-Oct. 1
Thursdays, 10 am-2 pm
410 Terry Ave. N

First Hill 
June 19 -Oct. 2
Fridays, 10 am-2 pm
9th Ave and University St.

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Cooking Demonstrations in the Atrium Kitchen

Find tips, recipes and inspiration from celebrated Seattle chefs at our cooking demonstrations in the Atrium Kitchen on Saturdays at 2 pm. Events are posted on the Market-wide event calendar

Pike Place Market Tote 

Pick up a Market tote at any of our farmers markets through out downtown Seattle, including on Pike Place, with a $15 farm table purchase. Go to the Farm Info Tent on Pike Place or at the Express markets to swipe your debit or credit card for $15 and receive Farm Bucks and your Market tote. 

Preserving Farmland and Developing the Local Food Economy

In order to maintain our heritage as a vibrant farmers market, the Pike Place Market recognizes the importance of making sure farmland is available for generations to come, and that farmers can operate sustainable businesses. To support this we partnered with the City of Seattle and King County to convene the “King County Farms and Food Roundtable” to identify key recommendations to preserve farmland and increase market and distribution opportunities for local small and mid-sized farmers in King County. Read the full report