A Guide to Richmond Farm Markets- Top 10

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Canada, the North American nation is overloaded with many interesting and exciting naturalistic things into it, to explore these attractive objects visit the Richmond farm markets.

In the farm market of Richmond, you will find almost all the necessary things you are looking for. The market is packed with blossoms, vegetables, fruits and a lot more.

You will find plenty of fresh fruits and veggies, and you may run out of bags to do shopping. Despite that, your heart will not let you stop from doing so.

Besides, these fresh and yummy fruits and vegetables, you can also chill to the live music at the farmers markets.

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Screenshot from Richmond Good Food Market

A Guide to Richmond Farmers Market

In the beautiful market, you can buy products at a very affordable price produced by local farmers. Therefore, here we are going to provide a complete description of where to go, what are products available, and what are new things to explore.

The top 10 farmers’ markets in Richmond are

1. RVA BIG Market

The market takes place every Saturday, at Bryan Park off Hermitage Road, from 8 AM to 12 PM. You can buy fruits, vegetables, coffee and some uncommon products produced by local vendors.

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You can reach the RVA BIG market by personal car, or bike and need to take the headache of parking as parking lots are available there.

Therefore, just take GRTC path 14 to Hermitage & Westbrook.

2. Lakeside Farmers Market

Another great farmers market in the heart of Richmond to do your shopping. The Lakeside Market is located at 6110 Lakeside Avenue.

Although the market opens every Saturday, from May to November the market takes place twice a week on Saturday and Wednesday from 9 AM to 12 PM.

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Screenshot from Lakeside Farmer’s Market

Here the vendors come on to sell fresh and good quality local produce products such as flowers, fruits and more.

A parking lot is available here so you can come with your car or bike.

3. PopUp Market RVA

The market is located at The Diamond which takes place every Saturday from April to October. PopUp market is open from 10 AM to 3 PM.

If you are an art-loving person and have the hobby of buying artisan products to decorate your house then you are heartily welcome here.

It is a very beautiful artisan market in Richmond BC. You can buy many pretty and attractive local artisans’ products made by local artists.

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Besides, artisans’ products you will find many fruits, and vegetables like in other markets. A very interesting offer of this market is live music that is organized every week.

There you will see many yellow, green and blue parking areas to park your car or bike. Despite, that you can also take GRTC path 20 to reach The Diamond.

4. Birdhouse Farmers Market

A market that has everything for you to make your shopping complete. This market is situated at 1507 Grayland Avenue.

Birdhouse Market is open every Tuesday from May to November, although you can do online shopping all over the year.

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Screenshot from Birdhouse Farmers Market

From May to November, the market is open from 3 PM to 6:30 PM. Vegetables, fruits, flowers and other important ingredients are available here.

A parking zone is also available to park your vehicle. Take to the GRTC path 78 to Idelwood and Temple.

5. Carytown Farmers Market

This market is situated in the City Stadium, 3201 Maplewood Avenue at Richmond. Carytown farmers market is open from May to October and you can do your shopping between 9 AM to 1 PM each Sunday.

Products available in the market are artisans, bluegrass jam and more. While the bluegrass jam is only available only on the 4th Sunday of each month.

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Screenshot from Carytown Farmers Market

Parking area is also available here to reach the market take GRTC path 20 to Freeman and Maplewood.

6. Farmers Market at St. Stephen’s

This great and beautiful St. Stephen’s market is situated in St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church 6000 Grove Avenue. It is open every Saturday from 9 AM to 12 PM, from October to April.

While from May to September it is open from 8 AM to 12 PM. From here you can buy fresh veggies, quality fruits, local produced sauces, baking products and a lot more.


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Screenshot from St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church

Like other markets parking zone is there to park your vehicle to reach your destination take the GRTC path 77 to Grove and Three Chopt.

7. South of the James Farmers Market

James Market is situated at Forest Hill Park at New Kent + 42nd St. It is open every Sunday from 10 AM to 1 PM.

Like other markets, buyers can also buy all their food ingredients such as vegetables, fruits, eggs, meat, honey, milk, etc.

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All the markets in Richmond have parking zone and it is not different from those. To visit the market go through the GRTC path 2A/B to Forest Hill and 41st.

8. Dorey Park Farmers Market

Dorey Park market is open every Saturday from June to October at 2999 Darbytown Road, Henrico. It is open for service from 9 AM to 12 PM.

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Screenshot from Dorey Park Farmers Market

Various types of products like local produced, foods, crafts, artisan products everything is available here. As usual parking zone are there in the market to park your car or bike.

Visit the market through Virginia Capital Trail (MM 41-42).

9. Goochland Farmers Market

A market filled with many local produced products where you can buy anything as per your wish. Goochland Market is located at 1889 Sandy Hook Road, at Goochland.

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Screenshot from RVAG

Available for shopping every Tuesday from 4 PM to 6:30 PM. You can buy local produce products coffee, and dried flowers.

Live music is also organized for visitors to entertain them.

10. Manakin Market

Located at 68 Broad Street Road, in Manakin Sabot and is open every Saturday from May to October between 9 AM to 12 PM.

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Besides, fruits, vegetables and other household products, the Manakin market also offers live music, chefs’ demos, and activities for children.

These activities are organized just outside the Short Pump. A parking zone is also available for vehicles to park.


Therefore, markets in Richmond are the best place to buy your daily life products. It provides almost everything starting from food to artisan products.

Some markets are open all year while others are open at a particular time. The markets not only provide household ingredients it also offers entertaining activities as well.

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