Saint Paul Farmers’ Markets
With summer in full swing, there's no better way to spend a morning or afternoon than browsing the fresh produce and enjoying the summer air at the Saint Paul Farmers’ Market. Freshly stocked with all the locally grown produce the season has to offer, the Saint Paul Farmers' Market has more than 20 locations around the metro, making it a convenient and fun stop for the whole family. Here are just a few locations in the Saint Paul area, check out the website for more!
Location: 290 5th Street East
Hours: Saturdays, 7 a.m.-1 p.m., Sundays, 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
Location: 400 Robert Street North
Hours: Wednesdays, 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m. (July 14 - Sept 1)
3. Signal Hills*
Location: 1225 South Robert Street
Hours: Fridays, 8 a.m.-12 p.m. (June - October)
4. St. Thomas More*
Location: 1093 Summit Avenue
Hours: Fridays, 1:15-5 p.m. (May - October)
5. St. Luke’s Farmers' Market*
Location: 1807 Field Avenue
Hours: Saturday, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. (June - October)
The small but lively St. Luke's Farmers' Market is a must-see when it comes to Saint Paul's outdoor markets. Put on by St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, this charming farmers' market is located in the southern part of St. Paul’s Highland Park neighborhood, featuring a wide selection of locally grown produce and meats.
6. Hmongtown Marketplace Farmers' Market
Location: 217 Como Avenue
Hours: Daily, 9 a.m.- 6 p.m. (June - October)
Saint Paul's vibrant Hmongtown Marketplace, an indoor and outdoor Asian market, offers produce & prepared foods plus apparel & accessories year-round. From June to October, the outdoor farmers' market sells exotic fresh fruits and vegetables.
7. Frogtown Farm
Location: 946 West Minnehaha Avenue
Frogtown Farm is a certified organic, urban demonstration farm - one of the largest urban farms in the country - located in the heart of the diverse and flourishing Frogtown neighborhood of Saint Paul. In response to the impacts of Covid-19, the Farm has scaled back the 2020 growing season to plant a cover crop that will support the growing seasons for years to come. It is an organizational and natural sustainable pause to enrich the soil and to continue to cultivate and create positive social change within the Frogtown community. Check their events calendar for the return of community celebrations and other events.