Seattle’s Original Farmers Market
Pike Place Market is home to Seattle’s first farmers market. Founded more than a century ago to provide a place for farmers and customers to meet directly, the Market continues the “Meet the Producer” tradition with farmers selling their produce and products at Market farm stalls seven days a week, 362 days a year.
Today, more than 80 Washington farmers sell at the Market, offering Seattle residents and visitors the freshest and highest quality seasonal abundance from their fields.
Farmers Market on Pike Place
Opening June 20
Friday-Sunday, 9 am - 6 pm
The farmers market is located on the cobblestone street of Pike Place, between Pine St. and Stewart St. Look for a row of white tents on the west side of the street, under which farmers sell their fresh produce brought in from the farm that day. Inside the historic arcade, directly behind where the farmers on the street sell, there are many flower farmers who sell colorful bouquets, along with fresh vegetables, berries and herbs.
Fresh Bucks SNAP matching is offered at all Pike Place Market farmers markets.
From June-October, Pike Place Market operates several Express farmers markets around downtown Seattle at City Hall, First Hill, Pioneer Square and South Lake Union to bring our farmers' fresh and local produce to residents and workers in the greater neighborhood. Learn More
Chefs on the Cobblestones Cooking Demonstrations
Beginning June 22
Sundays, 12 pm & 2 pm
Have you bought eggplant, peas and beets but are not sure how to prepare them? Find tips, recipes and inspiration from celebrated Seattle chefs at our cooking demonstrations on Pike Place.