The Farmers Market located on North Park Square, between Shillings Restaurant and the Strand Theater, at the historic Marietta Square features the best in fresh, locally grown produce and garden products. It’s open Saturday mornings from 9 a.m. to noon and Sundays from noon to 3 p.m.
The Farmers Market experienced its best season yet last year, and they plan on this season being even bigger. The market has more than 60 vendors on Saturdays and over 30 on Sundays. Customers have a large variety of fruits and vegetables to choose from including produce that is rarely available from local grocery stores.
There is also a large selection of staples available such as potatoes, onions, tomatoes, squash, beans, cut flower arrangements, local honey, herbal soaps, whole grain breads, fudge pies, jelly, jam and preserves. Customers can also take home live garden, yard and culinary herb plants as well as fresh squeezed lemonade.
Plenty of free parking is available on both days at the two County Parking Decks, located on the corner of Lawrence and Waddell Streets, one block West of City Hall. The Marietta Square Farmers Market is sponsored by the Economic Development for the City of Marietta and the Downtown Marietta Development Authority and is part of the Marietta real estate community. For more information or updates, please contact Johnny Fulmer at 770.499.9393.
Other Events On the Square
View an original Warhol after sampling an Australian pastry. Enjoy the tunes of a summer concert under the stars. Or even find the answer to, “What DO lollipops and lizards have in common?” It’s all here in historic downtown Marietta and is part of the Marietta real estate community.
A vibrant shopping and cultural district, downtown Marietta offers the charm of a small city fused with a stimulating urban environment. An eclectic mix of galleries, restaurants, boutiques, and museums is anchored by the historic and elegant Glover Park, which plays host to a variety of events throughout the year.
Located only fifteen miles northwest of downtown Atlanta, Marietta offers residents and visitors unique local attractions while the thriving businesses in the area provide a solid economic base.
- Wine Tasting at Marietta Wine Market
For a full schedule of upcoming events on the Square visit the event calendar at www.historicdowntownmarietta.com
All aboard the only trolley tour in Marietta! Join us for a one-hour, fully-narrated exploration of this historic city. Experience Marietta’s rich heritage from the vibrant Downtown Square to the grand Antebellum homes to the battlefields at Kennesaw Mountain.
Located at the historic Kennesaw House, the Marietta Museum of History has the city’s most extensive historical collection of photographs, artifacts and documentary information of Marietta and North Georgia in general.
The Marietta/ Cobb Museum of Art is the only fine arts museum in Atlanta that focuses on 19th and 20th Century American art. It hosts national touring exhibitions and offers workshops, lectures, classes, and art festivals. Other cultural and social opportunities are also offered.