Richmond: Virginia's Foodie Capital
Richmond is home to some of the most vibrant, successful and historic farmers' and outdoor markets in the country. The 17th Street Farmers' Market is the oldest continuously operated outdoor farmers' market in the country and the South of James Market is one of the most popular markets in the region. Learn more below.
17th Street Farmers' Market
The site of this market has been a public gathering place since 1737, and is one of America's oldest public markets. Learn more.
Carytown Farmers Market
This market is the city's only Sunday market that offers small scale, producer-only items. The market was created to give local farmers, producers of goods, and customers the opportunity to deal directly with each other. The season beings in mid April. Learn more
South Of The James Farmers' Market
This open-air, producer-only market is one of Richmond most popular markets. Located in beautiful Forest Hill Park, the farmers and artisans sell locally-grown and hand-made items. Learn more.
Byrd House Market, Grace Arents Community Garden and Byrd House Farmlet provide living laboratories for learning nutrition, ecology and economics. Market is open Tuesdays through October, 3:30 PM to 7:00 PM. Learn more.