St. Pete/Clearwater Markets

If a relaxing stroll through an open-air farmers market sounds like fun to you, St. Pete/Clearwater is the place to be!

A woman holds a bundle of sunflowers at a sunny, open-air market.

Find locally harvested sunflowers and other farm-fresh items at markets throughout St. Pete/Clearwater.

Grab your totes and stock up on everything from homemade foods to crafts to vintage wares (that vase is going to make an amazing lamp base!) at a local outdoor market - there’s no better way to tap into St. Pete/Clearwater’s awesome weather, creative spirit and artisan community - all while shopping in a safe, open-air environment. Luckily, you have plenty of options.

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St. Petersburg Saturday Morning Market

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Get ready to jive! Located in the heart of downtown St. Pete, the largest market in the southeast U.S. might tempt you to dance as you shop. With live music, friendly dogs to meet, bins brimming with gorgeous produce from small growers, artisan-made goodies and ready-to-eat foods from 15 different countries, this outdoor market is like a daytime party hosted by creative pals. It’s a feast for all the senses and you (and your shopping bags) are guaranteed to come away full.

When You Go:
Al Lang Stadium parking lot (typically October to May) and Williams Park (typically June to August)  
Saturdays, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m

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Brick Street Farms

Rows of kale and sprouting vegetables grow at Brick Street Farms in St. Pete.

See what's growing at Brick Street Farms, an urban farm in St. Pete's Warehouse Arts District.

Want to experience the future of food farming and pick up some delicious locally grown produce in one fell swoop? Then head over to this urban hydroponic farm’s mini farmers market. All the leafy greens and herbs are grown vertically in climate-controlled freight containers using a nutrient-packed water solution (no soil). Not only will you field some of the most delicious greens you’ve ever eaten, but you can do it with a clear conscience - the farm’s methods are about as sustainable and clean as it gets. You won’t have to wash a single leaf!

When You Go:
2233 3rd Ave. S., St. Pete
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday noon - 5 p.m.; Thursday, noon - 7 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m. - 2 p.m

 

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St. Pete Indie Market

Cactuses in pots made out of cork wood for sale at the St. Pete Indie Market.

Creatively potted succulents are among the treasures you'll find at the monthly the St. Pete Indie Market in the Grand Central District.

This once-a-month flea market in the heart of St. Pete’s Grand Central District clues you into a key ingredient of the St. Pete secret sauce - a community of dedicated makers and lovers of great craftsmanship and design. The market’s curated group of vendors offers a treasure trove of cool products, both old and new - from handmade jewelry, fashion and fragrances to upcycled home goods, artisanal foods and plants. Come on…we know you want that cactus in the dinosaur pot (as if the D.J. music, local drinks and hip vibes aren’t enough of a draw).

When You Go:
Indie Flea headquarters (in the Coastal Creative warehouse in St. Pete’s Grand Central District)
2201 1st Avenue S., St. Pete

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Indian Shores Sunday Market

Beautiful red hibiscus flowers at Indian Shores Sunday morning market

Tropical flowers like these hibiscus blooms thrive here – and they're a gorgeous reminder that you're in sunny St. Pete/Clearwater. Find blooms like these at Indian Shores Sunday Morning Market.

Bring the family (and your pet) to this fun beach community and search for the things that make your heart sing among the gourmet goods, fine arts and crafts at this market. Browsing and chit-chatting with the friendly group of vendors is a great way to end one week and start the next. So, what’ll it be? Is gorgeous star fruit your cocktail decoration of choice?

When You Go:
Grounds of the Town of Indian Shores Municipal Center
19305 Gulf Blvd., Indian Shores
Sundays, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.; November to Apri

 

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Treasure Island Friday Morning Market

Locally made soaps, deodorants and other products on display at Treasure Island Open Market.

Local farmer's markets like Treasure Island Open Market are where you'll find locally made soaps and other delightful body care products.

Get your perfect weekend started with a visit to Treasure Island’s Friday market where 50 well-spaced tented booths sell a variety of clothing and jewelry, as well as yummy baked goods and veggies (if you eat your veggies, it’s ok to have dessert). You won’t find any duplicate products here - the local vendors are carefully selected to maximize your options. You’ll be browsing at the most idyllic time of year, and the lovely park setting only makes the experience better. 

When You Go:
Treasure Island Community Center Park
104th Ave. & 1 Park Pl., Treasure Island
Fridays, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m., December to April

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Corey Avenue Sunday Market

A woman is selling large jars of pickled vegetables at Corey Avenue Sunday Market in St. Pete Beach.

Find delicious, locally crafted food and much more at Corey Avenue Sunday Market in St. Pete Beach.

Corey Avenue in St. Pete Beach is a fun place for shoppers even without its popular Sunday Market. But layer that in and you’ve got a must-visit mecca. Explore the tented stalls of more than 60 vendors selling locally made ready-to-eat foods, organic produce, plants and crafts. It’s an uplifting atmosphere that offers a great way to start off your week.

When You Go:
300 Corey Ave., St. Pete Beach
Sundays, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.; October to May
 

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Gulfport Tuesday Fresh Market

People browse decor items at the Gulfport Tuesday Fresh Market.

Find everything from local produce to quirky decor items at Gulfport's Tuesday Fresh Market.

Hit this quirky little town’s historic waterfront district for a market teeming with locally produced honey, sauces, teas, herbs, meats, skin care products, candles and more. Visitors sing the praises of the awesome vendors, their wares and the setting’s Old Florida vibe. A stroll along the tree-lined street as you explore the tents won’t leave you wanting for much. You’re likely to see more than a few “Keep Gulfport Weird” bumper stickers on cars. Just like the town itself, the market is eclectic, artsy and welcoming. 

When You Go:
3000 Beach Blvd. S., Gulfport
Tuesdays, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., October to April; 9 a.m. - 2 p.m., May to Septembe

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Oldsmar Flea Market

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This market’s been around since 1980, so “well-established” doesn’t begin to describe it. “Sprawling” does. Covering 28 acres, it’s one of the biggest markets on Florida’s West Coast and you can pretty much find anything you can think of here: furniture, produce, foods, antiques, household items, clothes, accessories, electronics, sporting goods - you name it. There are plenty of indoor stalls, but it’s the ones under the big blue sky that’ll make you feel like you’ve landed in a place where a carnival/treasure hunt combo is about to begin.

When You Go:
180 Racetrack Rd. N., Oldsmar
Fridays, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.; Saturdays and Sundays, 9 a.m - 4 p.m

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Dunedin Downtown Market

Small wooden bushels filled with Brussels sprouts, small eggplants and peppers at Dunedin Downtown Market.

Find beautiful fresh produce at the weekly Dunedin Downtown Market and other farmer's markets throughout St. Pete/Clearwater.

Ready to go full-on gourmet on a charming main street and dig into the tantalizing flavors of the fresh fruits and vegetables sold here? Don’t know ‘bout you, but we think a shopping basket without a pile of brightly colored berries is borderline empty. The foods and produce here are not only delicious, but also make for great eye candy. With folks walking around eating and drinking, and live music to animate the action, the scene feels straight out of a movie. You won’t be disappointed by the people-watching either - it’s as good as the shopping.

When You Go:
John L. Lawrence Pioneer Park
422 Main St., Dunedin
Friday and Saturdays, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m., November to Jun

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Safety Harbor’s Market on Main

People browse produce at a stand in Safety Harbor’s Market on Main.

You'll find a delightful array of fresh seasonal produce at Safety Harbor's weekly Market on Main.

Bring your grocery list for fresh juice, meats, cheeses, desserts and produce, but be sure to allow for some spur-of-the-moment buys too - there are just too many great things here to pass up (crafts and art, among them). Whether you come for a meal or just to shop, you’ll want to hang out on the gazebo lawn for at least a few minutes and let the live music wash over you. It’s a fun and festive place, and you’ll get a sense of the tightly connected community the town’s known for. Oh - and there’s a morning yoga class at 10 a.m. for anyone who feels like limbering up before hauling around bags full of beautiful produce.  

When You Go:
401 Main St., Safety Harbor
Sundays, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
 

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