If you need fresh produce on a Wednesday afternoon, or if you want to support local farmers, then check out the following Vancouver farmers markets.
Lower Mainland Farmers Markets on Wednesdays
They all offer fun and entertaining ways to shop for local produce, handmade products, homemade treats and organic fruits and vegetables.
Note: Market details are subject to change. Check each market’s website for exact times, dates, and locations.
Main Street Station Farmers Market
The Main Street Station Farmers Market takes place from 2 to 6 pm from the beginning of June until the first week of October at 1150 Station Street, which is in front of Vancouver’s Central Pacific Station bus and train depot and just a short walk from Science World and the easternmost tip of the False Creek Seawall.
In 2019 the Main Street Station Market’s season is from June 5th to October 2nd.
The Main Street Market is a great market at the edge of Thornton Park featuring over 40 vendors on a good day with numerous stalls selling fresh and organic produce.
See Main Street Station Farmers Market for more details.
Whistler Farmers Market
The Whistler Farmers Market takes place in the Upper Village at Whistler on Wednesdays from 2 to 7 pm in July and August, as well as on Sundays between 11 am and 4 pm from early June until early October.
For more information click Whistler Market.
Other Farmers Markets on Different Days
For an extensive list of farmers markets in other parts of the Lower Mainland throughout the week, check out Metro Vancouver’s Farmers Markets. Or, for farmers markets on specific days, check out the following:
- Thursday Farmers Markets: New Westminster, Granville Island and Downtown.
- Friday Farmers Markets: North Vancouver’s Shipyard Night Market.
- Saturday Farmers Markets: Abbotsford, Burnaby, Fort Langley, Maple Ridge, Squamish, Surrey, Trout Lake and the West End.
- Sunday Farmers Markets: Ambleside, Cloverdale (Flea Market), Coquitlam, Kitsilano, Ladner (bi-weekly), Mt. Pleasant, Steveston Village, White Rock and Whistler.
Also, check out Lower Mainland Winter Markets for farmers markets taking place in the late fall, winter and early spring.