Discover our Farmers Markets

June 14, 2024

Few places provide authentic community experiences better than a farmers market. These weekly gatherings feature amazing vendors selling everything from A to Z. Whether you are looking for fresh local produce, unique crafts and artwork, or simply a welcoming atmosphere, the farmers markets of the Saint John Region have you covered.

Saint John City Market

47 Charlotte Street, Saint John
Open Year Round, Monday to Saturday


Established in 1876, the Saint John City Market is the oldest continuing farmers market in Canada, and is still a go-to place for local produce, meats, seafood, crafts, and much more. Their food court brings together local and international flavours to create one of the most diverse collections of cuisine on the East coast. Arts and craft junkies can discover all kinds of unique gifts browsing from merchant to merchant. With so much to offer, this iconic market is truly an original experience every time.


To learn more about the City Market, as well as individual vendors, be sure to check out their page on our website, or their socials (Facebook or Instagram)

Saint John Night Market

47 Charlotte Street, Saint John
All Summer Long, Select Thursdays, 5PM - 9PM


Another amazing feature of the Saint John City Market is the fact that they offer a night market during the summer! Select Thursday evenings South Market Street is lit up by a beautiful canopy of lights and fills up with local vendors. Also, to make things even more exciting, this summer the entire City Market will be staying open late! Over 40 vendors are expected, so be sure to come out and experience the memorable Saint John Night Market.


For more details, visit their socials (Facebook or Instagram)

Queen Square Farmers Market

Queen Square, Saint John
May to October, Sundays, 9AM - 2PM


Located in the historic heart of Saint John’s south end, the Queen Square Farmers Market, QSFM for short, features a diverse collection of farmers, food vendors, artisans, and non-profit organisations. The market takes pride in showcasing many different nationalities, with over 25 different nationalities represented on any given Sunday.  In addition to the great number of vendors, the QSFM is known to hold special events over the course of the summer, including frequent yoga classes, performances from the Saint John String Quartet, and a fine craft festival. The market is open rain-or-shine, making for a fantastic Sunday activity from late-Spring to early-Fall.


For more details, visit their socials (Facebook or Instagram)

Brundage Point Weekly Market

4 Ferry Road, Grand Bay-Westfield
May to September, Thursdays, 2PM - 7PM


Overlooking the beautiful Saint John River, the Brundage Point Weekly Market features up to 30 vendors in the summer. General Manager Faye Gorham describes the market as ‘family’, noting that the community of vendors frequently help each other out, even outside of the market. With many new vendors offering unique products coming this summer, and special events featuring live music, this market is definitely worth visiting on your Thursday afternoon.


For more details, visit their Facebook page.

Hampton Market

625 Main Street, Hampton
July - August, Fridays, 5PM - 8PM


A new take on the Friday night Hampton market scene, taking place in the beautiful town square, this farmers market features around 20 to 30 vendors selling produce, baked goods, ready to eat food, and artists of all kinds. Several community groups and non-profit organizations will make an appearance at the market this summer as well. Be sure to stop by this night market on your next trip out to Hampton this summer. 


Find more details here.

Kingston Farmers Market

4 Market Lane, Kingston
May - October, Saturdays, 8AM -1PM


One of the longer-running farmers markets on the list, the Kingston Farmers Market has been operating on the Kingston Peninsula since 1983, and with 80 to 120 vendors participating each year, it is one of the biggest farmers markets in the region. Open every Saturday, rain or shine, this market features some of the best farmers, bakers, and artisans in the province. With so many vendors, you are certain to find exactly what you need. They frequently hold special events featuring live music, keeping the market open until the late evening. For you early birds out there, the Kingston Farmers Market rings their opening bell at 8am, and they invite you to come enjoy a delicious breakfast with their friendly community of vendors! If this sounds like your ideal Saturday morning, catch a ferry over to the Peninsula check it out.


For more details, visit their socials (Facebook or Instagram)

Fundy-St. Martins Farmers Market

2551 St. Martins Road, Fundy-St. Martins
June to September, Sundays, 11:30AM -3PM


If you plan on taking a trip to the Fundy Trail Provincial Park and the seaside town of Fundy-St. Martins this summer (which, by the way, you totally should!) then make some room for this quaint little market on your itinerary. Established in 2011, this market plans to have around 12 to 15 vendors, all of whom are ready to greet you with a smile every Sunday between the end of June and the middle of September. The vendors of the Fundy-St. Martins Farmers Market don’t rely on their sales for income, they participate simply because they enjoy it. Additionally, all the vendor fees go directly towards non-profit organizations. You'll love the laid-back and friendly atmosphere you can find at this market on your next visit to Fundy-St. Martins.


For more details, visit their Facebook page.

Loch Lomond Farmers Market

1120 Loch Lomond Road, Saint John
May to October, Sundays, 12PM- 5PM


A favourite market with a brand new name and location. Bring your family and friends and immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of the Loch Lomond Farmers Market. Find past vendors and new ones showcasing a wide variety of artisanal items and farm fresh finds!


For more details, visit their Facebook page.

Land acknowledgement

The Saint John Region is situated on the traditional territory of the Wolastoqiyik, Mi’Kmaq, and Peskotomuhkati Nations. This territory is covered by Peace and Friendship Treaties signed with the British Crown in the 1700s. The treaties recognized the significant and meaningful role of the Wolastoqiyik, Mi’Kmaq, and Peskotomuhkati in this province and the country with the intent to establish a relationship of trust and friendship.

Envision Saint John: The Regional Growth Agency pays respect to the elders, past and present, and descendants of this land, and is committed to moving forward in the spirit of truth, collaboration, and reconciliation.