Market season is in full swing and we've mapped the top eight farmer's markets across various 'hoods in the city. Escape the tourist madness that is Granville Island and take a trip to one of these lesser known but equally awesome markets for your weekly organic produce fix. Did we miss one? We want to know.Read More
Mapping 8 Vancouver Farmer's Markets Worth Checking Out
West End Farmer's Market
Spend Saturdays roaming through the West End Farmers' Market from 9am - 2pm.
Yaletown Farmer's Market
Located in the centre of Yaletown, this market runs every Thursday from 2pm - 6pm. Fill up on all your local produce, organic chocolate and the freshest seafood imaginable.
Main Street Station Farmer's Market
Can't get up early on a Saturday morning to make it to the market? Not to worry, the Main Street Station Farmer's Market is open every Wednesday from 3pm - 7pm.
Mt Pleasant Farmer's Market
One of Vancouver's newest markets, the Mount Pleasant Farmer's Market runs Sundays from 10am - 2pm and features everything from coffee to wine to pumpkins. Hey, we like variety, too.
Trout Lake Farmer's Market
Over in the north parking lot of John Hendry Park at Trout Lake, this market runs every Saturday from 9am - 2pm.
Nat Bailey Farmer's Market
After the long days of summer end, where to shop for local, organic produce? The Winter Farmer's Market at the Nat Bailey Stadium, that's where. Open Saturdays from November to April.
Kerrisdale Village Farmer's Market
Over in Kerrisdale, the Village Farmer's Market is open Saturday from 10am - 2pm and has a healthy selection of over 50 vendors.
Kitsilano Farmer's Market
Running every Sunday from 10am - 2pm, the Kitsilano Farmer's Market is a popular one. There are over 60 vendors selling everything from flowers to honey.