Guelph Farmers’ Market
With 110 vendors offering a high level of quality, farm-fresh food, artisanal products, and homemade goods, the Guelph Farmers’ Market now regularly attracts 2500+ people per week, ranging from local residents to tourists visiting the area. We can’t wait to see you there!
Hours of Operation
Saturdays year-round: 8:00am to 1:00pm
Thursdays starting May 25 until October 31: 4:00pm to 7:00pm
Take Home the Holidays markets on the first three Thursdays in December: 3:00pm – 8:00pm
The Guelph Farmers’ Market is located at 2 Gordon Street.
Parking at the Market
- Market Parkade: Paid parking by the hour is available 24/7 at the Market Parkade on Wilson St. Parking is free after 6:00PM and Sundays and a $3 flat rate on Saturdays.
- Downtown: Parking is available on downtown streets for up to 2 hours.
- Side streets: Many side streets around the Farmers’ Market have street parking available.
The Guelph Farmers’ Market has been a community cornerstone since 1827. One of Guelph’s oldest and most-loved community spaces offers fresh local food, artisanal products and a friendly, welcoming atmosphere year round. The Guelph Farmers’ Market continues a tradition of pride and community building supporting the local economy, sustainability and entrepreneurship.
As of March 1st, 2022, 10C has assumed the operations and activation of the Farmers’ Market building, grounds and events therein – and we are excited to be on this journey of collaboration with the Guelph-Wellington community!
Host Your Event at the Market
The Farmers’ Market building is available for use by community groups and individuals for a limited number and type of meetings and events. More information about using the Farmers’ Market space for your event can be found on the Meetings & Events page or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re excited to hear from you!
Love Your Market
In 2023, 10C is leading the revitalization of the Guelph Farmers’ Market, in order to breathe new life into this underused space. From intimate coffee dates and small classes to weddings and trade shows, the updated building will offer a uniquely historic stage for gatherings of all shapes and sizes.
The goal is to enhance the market as a key local and regional gathering place and tourism destination. This will be achieved through building improvements, adding a commercial kitchen and promotional infrastructure to increase local food activities and special events.