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Nashville Farmers' Market

Nashville Farmers' Market




The Nashville Farmers’ Market, founded in the early 1800s, is located in the urban core of downtown Nashville adjacent to the Tennessee State Museum and Bicentennial Mall State Park. The year-round Market provides retail space to farmers, artisans, nonprofits and small businesses. Our facility includes two covered open-air sheds, a container farm, a greenhouse micro greens farm, a 24,000 square-foot garden center, a culinary incubation center and an international food hall that includes some two-dozen restaurants and shops. The Market offers monthly chef-led cooking demonstrations, community workshops and free on-site two-hour parking for Market patrons.

The Nashville Farmers’ Market also operates two neighborhood markets: the Vanderbilt Farmers’ Market and the Azafran Park Farmers’ Market. The Vanderbilt Market, located on the Vanderbilt Medical Center Campus, operates every Thursday in June through October. The Azafran Market, located at Azafran Park, operates in partnership with Conexion Americas and Metro Parks every Tuesday in May through October.

Open all year
Market House:
Sunday through Thursday 8am–6pm
Friday and Saturday 8am–8pm
Farm Sheds: 8am–6pm

Farm Sheds busiest on weekends; garden center open daily.



Our Response to COVID-19:

Although the Market is open daily, public events remain on hold due to the ongoing pandemic; the Grow Local Kitchen, meanwhile, is closed for renovation.


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