New Brunswick has a number of farmer’s markets reflecting the province’s rich and long agricultural heritage. The age of the province also makes it a prize location
for flea markets.
Fredericton Boyce Farmer Market
665 George Street, Fredericton, NB E3B1K4
The Boyce Farmers’ Market, a Saturday morning tradition for Frederictonians, is celebrating 50 years this summer. There are over 215 vendors of fine local crafts, foods, fresh meats and vegetables, and more. The actual building was constructed in 1951 but Fredericton has had a long history of the farmers market. Before this time, City Hall had been the Market venue since it was built in 1876. Every Saturday 6am to 1pm during July and August,
Sussex Farmers Market
602 Main St., Sussex, New Brunswick
(adjacent to the Agriculture Museum near 8th Hussars Sports Center)
Our Farmers Market features locally grown and seasonal produce as well as plants, jewellery, fresh seafood, meats, fresh breads and other baked goods, clothes, wood crafts and other hand crafted products and more! May-October: Friday 11 am – 6 pm.
Woodstock Farm & Craft Market
220 King St #1, Woodstock, NB E7M 1Z8
A non-profit, producer’s Cooperative, serving home and farm based businesses in the Carleton County region for more than forty years *since 1973) to build up a local trade for their vegetables, fruits, eggs, plants, and meat products. Open Mon-Sat· 10:00 am – 4:00 pm