The Marietta Square farmers market gathers an average of over 65 vendors on Saturdays and over 25 on Sundays, offering a variety of fresh, locally grown, seasonal produce, and garden products. The Marietta Farmers Market is open every Saturday morning—rain or shine—January through December, and on Sundays from 12-3 pm from May through October. A little bit of “old town” south and fresh air awaits . . . with tasty lemonade, fresh foods—and much, much more—for sale at the local Marietta Square Farmers Market.
Customers can choose from heirloom tomatoes, fruits, and vegetables—many typically not available from the grocery store. In addition to everyday food staples, like potatoes, onions, squash, beans etc., this popular outdoor market also features a wide assortment of cut flower arrangements, local honey, herbal soaps, salsas, whole grain breads, fruit pies, jelly, jam, and preserves.
Put on an ol’-fashioned wide-brimmed southern-style hat and bring a basket to tote home the makings for several local produce-themed meals, or pick up just a few nutritious, fresh, and tasty items to have on hand for the week. Ambitious “green-thumbed” customers can also choose from a varied selection of garden plants and culinary herbs for growing in their own yards and home gardens.
On Saturdays year round, the Marietta Square Farmers Market is located on North Park Square in Historic Marietta Square, between Shillings Restaurant and The Strand Theater in downtown Marietta. North Park Square and part of Mill Street will be closed from 7 am to 1 pm for the event each Saturday.
On Sundays from May through October, the Marietta Square Farmers Market is located from the North Park Square and Mill Street intersection to the railroad tracks, and that section of road will be closed from 11:30 am to 4:30 pm every Sunday afternoon.
Every Saturday no later than 9 am to noon year round
Sunday from noon to 3 pm, May through October.
Marietta Square parking
Take I-75, exit #265, 1.5 miles west on Route 120 Loop/North Marietta Parkway. Turn left onto Church Street to the Historic Marietta Square.