University District Farmers Market
University District Farmers Market page
Hours: Saturdays, 9am to 2pm, year-round.
Location: corner of University Way NE & NE 50th Str, Seattle, 98105, in the south lot of the University Heights Center for the Community.
On-street parking can be found in the vicinity, and the market provides tokens to shoppers for one free hour of parking in nearby UDPA pay lots.
For a list of vendors and products at the market, click here.
Celebrating our 20th Anniversary in 2013!
The University District Farmers Market is Seattle's oldest and largest farmers/food-only neighborhood market. Founded in 1993, this Saturday market is nationally recognized as one of the best farmers markets in the U.S. Over sixty Washington State farmers and artisan food producers offer an excellent selection of seasonal produce, cheeses, eggs, meats, poultry, seafood, baked goods, preserves, market bites (ready-to-eat foods) and more throughout the year. Live music, cooking demos and other special events are also part of the market season - check the Events pages for details, including upcoming 20th anniversary celebrations, and special market sales days.
DOG POLICY: this market does not allow dogs (other than service dogs). All of our other markets do allow dogs.
From I-5, take the 50th Street exit. Head east on NE 50th ½ mile to corner of NE 50th and University Way NE.
Bus routes 70, 71, 72, 73, 74 and 83 provide service between the University District and downtown Seattle. Route 48 travels west to east.
The University District Farmers Market could not exist without the incredible support of our landlord, the University Heights Center for the Community, a vital community center which serves as the "heart" of Seattle's University District neighborhood. This historic school building houses a rich and diverse family of educational programs, classes, events and other community organizations including our U-District farmers market.
The NFMA also thanks the Greater University Chamber of Commerce for their ongoing support of the U-District Farmers Market.