Marietta Square Farmers Market

Marietta Square Farmer's Market

Now open Saturdays and Sundays!  The Marietta Square farmers market gathers an average of over 60 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—through December 19, 2015, and on Sundays from 12-3pm from April through November.   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 7am to 1pm for the event each Saturday.
On Sundays from April through November, 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 11:30am to 4:30pm every Sunday afternoon.

Every Saturday no later than 10am to 1pm year round
Sunday from noon to 3pm, April through November.


Free parking on the Historic Square and County Services Parking Deck

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.

For more details or updates, call Johnny Fulmer at (770) 499-9393.

Welcome to the Marietta Square Farmers Market

Welcome to the Marietta Square Farmers Market.

An average of 55 vendors participate each week

An average of 55 vendors participate each week.

fresh produce

A variety of seasonal, fresh produce is available each week.

vine ripe tomatoes

Local farmers sell homegrown tomatoes, fresh off the vine. Get them early before they sell out.

assortment of baked goods

Enjoy some some fresh baked bread.

variety of fresh herbs and other plants

Take home some plants for your yard or fresh herbs for your next meal.

handmade soap

Soaps and other handmade goods are available.

Fresh cut arrangements as well as potted flowers are available.

local honey

Local honey is for sale in a variety of sizes.

fresh salsa

Sample a variety of fresh salsa from Zocalo.



baked goods

Baklava at the Marietta Square Farmers Market


  1. Tracy Boswell says

    I’m a vendor at some of the other farmers markets, I sell mini cheesecake.I have a tent and a cheesecake truck. We use a shared kitchen in Lawrenceville. W have been in business for 2 yrs. We have a cheesecake truck and Georgia Agriculture is our inspector. We are a plus at any event… Our cheesecakes and push-pops are kept cold and frozen. Tracy’s Tasties, LLC Mini Cheesecakes 770-572-0854

  2. Gina Wilson says

    I would like to buy tomatoes by the bushel. Do you have a list of vendors that would sell them by the bushel.
    Will they be available this weekend (August 16)? Please let me know. Thank you,

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