Enjoy the flavours of our farmers’ markets
We’re so lucky here in Nova Scotia to have incredible markets. From Sydney to Yarmouth, you can find local markets all over our province where farmers sell their mouthwatering products, year round. In addition to being great places to shop, farmers’ markets are also known for being vibrant community hubs. You’ll often find an array of unique handmade goods from Nova Scotia artists. Local food and local artisans – what better way to celebrate Earth Day?
Halifax Seaport Farmers’ Market
The longest continuously running market in North America, the Seaport Market is located on the beautiful Halifax waterfront and includes more than 250 vendors on Saturdays and Sundays.
Alderney Landing Farmers’ Market
This bustling indoor market in downtown Dartmouth features dozens of vendors, live music and handmade goods from local artisans. Open Saturday and Sunday.
Cape Breton Farmers’ Market
The largest market in Cape Breton is located in Sydney and includes more than 30 vendors, including farmers, bakers, food producers, jewelers, crafters and more.
Lunenburg Farmers’ Market
Operating for over 30 years, the Lunenburg Farmers’ Market is a vibrant community gathering place filled with year-round local vendors on Thursday mornings.
Wolfville Farmers’ Market
Held in downtown Wolfville, this lively market is open on Saturdays, year-round, and includes dozens of tables run by local farmers, chefs and artisans.
Yarmouth Farmers’ Community Market
Supporting over 45 growers, producers and artisans within Yarmouth County, the Yarmouth market is open every Saturday and includes local meats, seafood, baked goods, crafts, music and more.
Antigonish Farmers’ Market
This Sunday market is held on the Antigonish fair grounds and hosts over 50 different vendors, including farmers, artists, chefs, crafters and more.
For more information on Farmers’ Markets in Nova Scotia, visit http://www.novascotia.com/eat-drink/farmers-markets