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Best Farmers' Markets in Chicago

Is there anything better than fresh fruits and vegetables in the summertime? Visiting a Farmers' Market is a great activity for families, friends, or individuals looking to get a taste of summer. Farmers' Markets have become so popular that many other events are often centered around the community gathering. With so many people coming together, you can often discover live music, activities for children and other special exhibits. As an extra bonus, purchasing produce from vendors is a great way to support the local farmers in your community. Here are six of the best Farmers' Markets to explore in Chicago.

  • 1.

    Division Street Farmers Market

    Division Street Farmers Market

    Division Street Farmers' Market offers two blocks of freshness and good energy every Saturday.

  • 2.

    Logan Square Farmers' Market

    Logan Square Farmers' Market

    The Logan Square Farmers Market has been bringing the community together since 2005.

  • 3.

    Green City Market in Lincoln Park

    Green City Market in Lincoln Park

    Green City offers two different locations including this one in the Lincoln Park neighborhood.

  • 4.

    Green City Market at Mary Barthelme Park

    Green City Market at Mary Barthelme Park

    Come early for the Saturday morning Farmers' Market, stay later to enjoy the park.

  • 5.

    Daley Plaza Farmers' Market

    Daley Plaza Farmers' Market

    Look for the Picasso Statue in Daley Plaza to visit the longest running Farmers' Market in Chicago.

  • 6.

    Andersonville Farmers' Market

    Andersonville Farmers' Market

    The Andersonville Farmers' Market celebrates 10 years of bringing the best produce from farm to table.

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