Durham Farmers' Market
52 locals recommend ·
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This market is only 10 minutes away in downtown and full of the best produce, crafts, and more. Held every Saturday from 8-12am (10-12am from December - March) this is a great place to go to see Durham in action.
Open in temperate seasons on Saturdays from 8:00-Noon, and 10:00-Noon in winter, this is the spot to go get your fresh produce, gourmet prepared foods, local crafts, pretty flowers, and a glimpse of how Durhamites start their weekend. Sometimes there’s live music, mostly of the folk persuasion. A…
Great place to find crafts and locally produced foods. Also, great for people watching.
Open Saturday mornings (8am in warm season, 10am in cold season), the farmers market sells a lot of art, jewelry, pottery, and stuff that's not just food. There is a small playground right next to it with slides and climbing, as well as a giant lego wall and open grassy field.
A Durham institution! Vendors include local creameries (Boxcarr, Celebrity Dairy, Chapel Hill Creamery), myriad farms (Harland Creek is my fave), Mead and Cider purveyors, fresh flowers, and delicious local and organic meats, poultry, and eggs (be sure to check out Fickle Creek Farm for odd cuts)…
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