West Seattle Farmers Market
West Seattle Farmers Market page
Hours: Sundays, 10am to 2pm, year-round
Location: 44th Ave SW & SW Alaska St., Seattle, WA 98116, in the heart of the West Seattle Junction. There is free street parking in the area surrounding the market. Scroll down for directions and public transportation info.
For a list of vendors and products at the market, click here.
Operating since 1999, the West Seattle Farmers Market features over 35 Washington State farmers and small food processors selling their own fresh-picked seasonal fruits and vegetables, plus farmstead cheeses, herbs, mushrooms, poultry, meats, eggs, seafood, ciders, honey, preserves, fresh baked bread and pastries, cut flowers, and edible plant starts.
The market also hosts live music and special chef demos (see Events pages for details). Gardening and composting information booths are at the market each week during the summer.
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DOG POLICY: this market does allow dogs in the market. Dogs owners: please be mindful of others and make sure your dogs are well-behaved.
From I-5 or Hwy 99, take the West Seattle Bridge exit. Continue to Fauntleroy Way. At the fourth light (SW Alaska Street), take a right. Go two lights to the corner of 44th and Alaska.
Bus routes 21, 22, 37, 54, 55, 56, and 57 travel to West Seattle from downtown Seattle. Routes 56 and 57 connect to the Water Taxi service.
Many thanks to the West Seattle Junction Association for their support of the West Seattle Farmers Market.