Hours of Operation
|Tuesday:||7 am - 6 pm|
|Thursday:||7 am - 6 pm|
|Friday:||8 am - 6 pm|
|Saturday:||6 am - 6 pm|
The Market is closed on Mondays,
Wednesdays, Sundays and
all statutory holidays
History of the Market
The Hamilton Farmers' Market was originally founded in 1837, at the corner of York & James Streets.
The Market has been in its current location 55 York Boulevard next to the Hamilton Public Library since August 1980. The modern architectural design provides a mezzanine level and lower level, consisting of 176 stands and approximately 80 stallholders. All indoors!
There are rows of farm fresh produce from sun-ripened tomatoes, fresh picked apples, nuts, dried fruit, bright coloured flowers, lettuce crisp and fresh, the choicest cuts of meats, fish - the finest from the sea, fresh baked goods, tangy cheeses, tropical fruits and even coffee and donuts.
Specialty products are also imported from many other countries around the world. This excellent product mix is offered each market day and attracts regular customers from the local community and tourists from all over the world.
This is the current Hamilton Farmers Market entrance
down stairs there is mainly the produce and baked goods, flowers, nuts, etc.
We had cannoli and M&M Cookies.
We get chicken from upstairs it is free range. The best chicken you can find.