The Plymouth Farmers’ Market is a wonderful place to get all sorts of fresh, local, and seasonal products all year-round. The Market offers produce, cheese, meats, and even some prepared foods—all of which are locally sourced. The Market’s goal is to draw attention to the area’s agricultural diversity, as well as to sustain the local food economy. Additionally, it promotes food literacy by educating the public about the seasonal availability of produce and how to prepare health, locally grown meals.
The Culinary Insights program, which is an important part of the Market, spotlights local chefs, food educators, vendors, and health and wellness professionals who demonstrate their talents in the kitchen. In addition to all the educational efforts, the Market is also a wonderful social experience that builds the community through the celebration of the local and seasonal foods found in historic Plymouth. The Plymouth Farmers’ Market also features local musicians during its outdoor seasons. These performances are a wonderful way to browse produce and more, while listening to some of the best local musicians.
Visit This Seasonal Event
There are two seasons of the Farmers Market: The indoor season and the outdoor season. The outdoor season is held each Thursday from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. June through October. The Indoor Season is held the second Thursday of each month, 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. November through May. The Market is located at the Plimoth Plantation, 137 Warren Avenue in Plymouth. If you want more information, ask one of us at New England Vacation Rentals!