Farmers Market Guide

There’s no better place to discover the fresh flavors of summer than at a farmers market. Buying locally grown in-season produce is a healthy and delicious way to reduce your carbon footprint and it helps support the farmers and makers of artisanal food products in your community. Be sure to mark your calendar for a market day near you!


The Farmers Market at Rye Tavern (New!)

When: Mondays, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m., June 7 through
October 25.

Where: Rye Tavern field, 517 Old Sandwich Road, Plymouth

This new market is located on the grounds of the Rye Tavern, a restaurant known for its excellent farm-to-table cuisine. Shop for sustainability grown veggies, fruits and herbs, beautiful cut flower bouquets, fresh baked goods and other products from local makers.


Scituate Farmers Market

When: Wednesdays, 4-7 p.m., June through September

Where: Scituate Town Hall, 600 CJ Cushing Highway, Scituate

Scituate Farmers Market is launching a 2021 Revitalization Project, inviting residents and local businesses to submit recipes for a cookbook fundraiser and designs for a t-shirt design contest. The market will be hosting special events throughout the season, including a local author day on August 4.


Cohasset Farmers Market

When: Thursdays, 2 - 6 p.m., June 3 through October 7

Where: Historic Cohasset Common (between Main Street and Highland Avenue)

A popular market offering fresh local produce, grass-fed beef, seafood,  jams, tasty prepared dishes and specialty artisan products (don’t miss the fresh pastries from Alecco Bakery & Holly Hill Farm in Cohasset).

Milton Farmers Market

When: Thursdays, 1 - 6 p.m., June through October

Where: Town park on Wharf Street in Milton Village

Stop by the Milton Farmers Market to pick up fresh local produce, prepared food made with locally-sourced ingredients, and high-quality artisanal products from members of the community.

Plymouth Farmers Market

When: Thursdays, 2:30 - 6 p.m., May through November.

Where: Plimoth Patuxet Museums, 26 River St., Plymouth

Enjoy an afternoon on the big grassy field by the entrance to Plimoth Patuxet Museum. Shop for fresh produce, meats, local jams and baked goods, handmade dog treats and more. Check their calendar for live entertainment and family activities.


Marshfield Farmers Market

When: Fridays, 2-6 p.m., June 4 through September

Where: Marshfield Fairgrounds, 140 Main St., Marshfield

Visit this bustling in-person market to shop for delicious produce picked at the peak of freshness, as well as other locally made products. Pre-order for curbside pickup is available from select vendors. Online orders must be placed by midnight on Wednesday.

Quincy Farmers Market

When: Fridays, 12 - 5 p.m., June 18 through October

Where: Kilroy Square, Quincy (new location)

Shop at this market to experience the flavors heirloom tomatoes and peppers, heritage apples, family activities and live music. All produce is picked within 24 hours of sale and most produce comes from within 80 miles of Quincy. You can walk through the market or order online ahead of time for easy drive-through pickup.

South Shore Farmers Market


Braintree Farmers Market

When: Saturdays, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.,  June 19 through October 16

Where: Town Hall, 1 JFK Memorial Drive, Braintree

During the 2021-22 season, the Braintree Farmers Market will offer a virtual farmers market in conjunction with its outdoor market. Download the Market2Day app or go to their website at for ordering Sunday through Thursday by midnight to have your local foods delivered or available at a community hub pick up on Saturdays.

Hingham Farmers Market

When: Saturdays, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m., June through November

Where: Station Street Parking Lot, 95 Station St., Hingham

The third oldest farmers market in Massachusetts, this popular event continues to bring the community together. In addition to fresh produce, shoppers can peruse prepared foods and dairy products, meats, seafood and unique craft vendors. This is a walk-through market but pre-order is also available for low-contact shopping.




Canton Farmers Market (New!)

When: Sundays, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., June 13 through October 24 (no market 7/4, 8/29)

Where: 960 Washington St., Canton, front lawn of the Rodman Building/High School

This new market aims to bring together local farmers and artisans who produce the highest quality goods and connect them to the Canton community, while providing education on health and wellness through fresh food, fitness and social connection.

Carver Farmers Market

When: Sundays, 12 – 4 p.m., June through October 31

Where: Shurtleff Park, 108 Main St., Carver

Farmers from surrounding towns come to this market to sell the season’s best fruits and vegetables, farm-fresh eggs, local honey, homemade baked goods, jams, annual and perennial plants and craft products. There is live entertainment each week.

Hanover Farmers Market (New!)

When: Third Sunday of the month, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m., June through November

Where: Hanover High School, 287 Cedar St., Hanover

Spearheaded by the founders of Hale Bone Broth, this new market offers more than 20 local vendors. Shoppers can find fresh produce from Freitas Farms, Nessralla Farms and Stargazer Hollow Farm, sweet treats from Townie Frozen Dessert, breads from Honey I’m Home Bakery, natural body products and candles from Pocasset Naturals, and much more.

Kingston Farmers Market

When: First Sunday of the month, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., June through November (July’s event will take place on the second Sunday of July)

Where: Kingston Collection Parking Lot, 101 Kingston Collection Way, Kingston

Kingston Farmers Market aims to provide the community with a vibrant gathering place, while supporting local farmers, producers, and artisans. The market offers different ways to pay for purchases, including with black Kingston Farmers Market tokens, which can be used just like cash at any vendor at the market.

Weymouth Farmers Market

When: Sundays, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., June 20 through October 3 (closed 7/4 and 9/5)

Where: Weymouth High School, 1 Wildcat Way, Weymouth

What We Love: This market offers a robust food access program through its Farm to Family program and its Healthy Incentive Program (HIP). Through this state-sponsored initiative, shoppers can use their SNAP benefits to buy fruits and vegetables and receive $1 for each dollar spent, up to a monthly limit.



Hanover Farmers Market