Best Farmers Market in Orlando, FL

Best Farmer’s Markets in Orlando

Markets in Orlando

Orlando is rich in fresh fruit and vegetables. It is known for its high supply of fresh and healthy grocery that is able to supply its people and beyond. Not only are the markets full of fruit and vegetables but also meats, home-made baked goods. It also provides other artisan products such as wine, honey, and artwork. Whether it’s just for a family trip or for some serious shopping there is something for everyone visiting the market.

What is the best farmers market in Orlando?

If you love to shop for fresh products or jewelry and artwork, there are many places with competitive prices to visit in Orlando. Here are some of the highly rated and positively reviewed farmers market in Orlando, FL that we hope you will check out for yourselves.

  • Orlando Farmer’s Market
  • Winter Park Farmer’s Market
  • Freshfields Farm
  • Winter Garden Farmer’s Market

1. Orlando Farmer’s Market

N Eola Dr & E Central Blvd. Orlando, FL

Orlando Farmer’s Market opens every Sunday. A myriad of vendors displays their farm in the expansive space around Lake Eola. The abundance of food is spread on the area separate from the drinks section and accompanied by live music. Sundays are celebratory at Orlando Farmer’s Market complete with beer on tap.

You will be exposed to every item you will ever need from a farm. If all you needed was shopping, you will be quickly done because every item is within a small radius. For those who have spare time, there is a kid’s playground nearby. As well as a man that shows off his collection of reptiles. It’s fun for everyone! We highly recommend this spot.

Read Brad B.‘s review of Orlando Farmer’s Market on Yelp

2. Winter Park Farmer’s Market

200 W New England Ave. Winter Park, FL 32789

Winter Park Farmer’s Market is the most popular shopping location in all of Florida. For this reason, it is always crowded on Saturday mornings especially with women shopping for fresh farm produce. Besides the open space, there is an indoor market located behind the Winter park museum. This is where all the food is and where everybody seems to focus. For example, there is a popular vendor who sells cocoons that are ready to transform into butterflies.

Read Travis J.‘s review of Winter Park Farmers’ Market on Yelp

3. Freshfields Farm

400 Compton St. Orlando, FL 32806

What makes Freshfield’s Farm a reliable market apart from an abundance of fresh produce, is the affordability of the items on sale. The market is mostly limited to farm produce making it unique from its rivals. There are two distinct sections here; the produce section and the meat section. It is easy to manage the crowds because it is spacious and orderly, unlike other markets.

Read Laura G.‘s review of Freshfields Farm on Yelp

4. Winter Garden Farmer’s Market

104 S Lakeview Ave. Winter Garden, FL 34787

Every Saturday morning is when the locals come to purchase many different types of goods. This market has experienced frequent adjustments to transform it to accommodate the increasing demand. It has certainly grown over the years which brings a large variety. Farm produce consisting of plants and animal products are in abundance. Other items are mostly homemade rather than commercially processed.

Read Laura G.‘s review of Winter Garden Farmer’s Market on Yelp