Join us in beautiful Downtown Lawrence, Kansas for fresh produce, local baked goods and crafts, hot food and drinks, kids’ activities, live music, and more, every Tuesday and Saturday during the Market Season.

Hours and Location

Tuesday Market 2023

1141 Massachusetts Street (South Park)

4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

May 2 – October 24

Saturday Market

824 New Hampshire Street

7:30 am – 11:30 am

April 8 – November 18

Getting to the Market


There are 2-hour free parking lots on New Hampshire Street and Vermont Street; there is a 2-hour free parking garage on New Hampshire Street. There is metered city parking, and free parking in the neighborhoods around the Market. Additionally, there is bike parking just north of the Rhode Island entrance. Please refer to the Tuesday and Saturday Parking Maps for detailed information.

Public Transportation:

The Market can also be reached by bus. Bus Route 1, 6, and 7 stop at Stop 124, located at 9th and New Hampshire Street, and Bus Route 11 drops off at Stop 123, located at 9th and Rhode Island Street. Food carts may be taken on buses from the Market.

Using your Card at the Market

No cash? No problem! We accept debit, credit, and EBT cards at the Market. In order to pay by card, swing by the Market Info Booth, located near the alley in the New Hampshire Street lot. We’ll swipe your card in exchange for Market Tokens!

Planning on swiping your EBT card? Visit our Double Up Food Bucks page to learn more about using your EBT card at the Market, including how to get up to $25 free Market Tokens for fresh fruits and vegetables!

Local Vendors

The Lawrence Farmers’ Market is comprised of over 70 vendor members! They offer:

  • Fresh produce, meat, and eggs
  • Homemade baked goods
  • Wine
  • Honey
  • Coffee, tea, and tinctures
  • Hot/ready-to-eat breakfast, coffee, tea, juice, lemonade
  • Live plants and cut flowers
  • Soaps, lotion, balms, and other body care
  • Local pottery, wooden crafts, knit goods

All goods at the Market are super local: vendors at the Lawrence Farmers’ Market must farm or produce their goods within 50 miles of the Market!

Find out more about our vendors here, and find a stall map of the Market here. Note that though a vendor is on the map, they may not be present at every market due to seasonality of products offered.

2023 Stall Map

Programs and Events

LFM Loyalty Card

Visit our Tuesday or Saturday Market and get your loyalty card stamped. After five visits, you'll be entered to win a raffle drawing! We hold raffle drawings at the end of every month, and the prize is a basket of vendor- and community-donated goods!

Pick up your Loyalty Card at the Market Info Booth ASAP!

Activities for Kids

We love teaching kids about how food grows, where it comes from, and who grows it! Our weekly scavenger hunt highlights seasonal produce and agricultural products. Stop by the Market Info Booth to learn the scavenger hunt mascot of the week.

Scavenger hunt: Find the sticker of the seasonal produce and come to the Market Info Booth to tell us where it is, and to pick a prize!

Stay tuned for a new offering for 2023...

Live Music and Entertainment

Each week, local musicians and entertainers are invited to busk at the Market. We welcome all sorts of entertainment at the Market: we've had children's puppet theaters, clowns, improv performers, jugglers, magicians, and musicians from accordion players to zydeco bands!

Interested in playing at the Market? Learn more and apply through our Entertainers Application.

Community Booths at the Market

Community Booth spaces are an important part of the Lawrence Farmers’ Market because they allow organizations to spread their message and have the opportunity to speak directly to the public. Learn more about how to apply for a Community Booth here.

Sustainable Produce Distribution

In partnership with Douglas County Master Gardeners and Just Food, the Lawrence Farmers’ Market vendors donate 3000+ pounds of produce every year. That's equivalent to over 10,000 servings of fresh produce!

Thanks, Master Gardeners and Just Food for helping us make such a great impact in our community.

Dogs at the Market

Want to bring your dog to the Market? Please read and follow our guidelines -- let's stay safe and considerate with our furry friends!

  • Dogs must be kept on a short, non-expandable leash. No exceptions.
  • Keep your dog under control and by your side at all times. 
  • Keep dogs away from produce, plants, and other food products. This means head AND tail ends!
  • Your dog must be sociable to people and other dogs to earn the right to shop at the market. 
  • Not everyone is a dog lover: Be considerate
  • Come prepared to clean up after your dog!

Covid-19 Safety 

  • Don't shop at the Market if you are not feeling well. 
  • Use running water to wash all produce before consuming.