The West Palm Beach GreenMarket takes place every Saturday morning from the first weekend in October through mid-to-late April. It is well known for its friendly ambience and as a fun, friendly, family-oriented event – pets included.
Every season of this popular outdoor market includes more than 90 vendors selling locally-grown food, fresh flowers, decadent baked goods, vegan offerings, coffees, teas, spices, handmade items, homey finds, and much more.
Plan your visit: The West Palm Beach GreenMarket is located at:
Green Lawn on N. Clematis, west of Flagler Drive. (See map below for directions)
Hours: Saturday mornings from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.; October 5, 2019 to April 18, 2020.
Parking is free in the Evernia garage during market hours.
Come for the fun and entertainment!
The West Palm Beach GreenMarket is not only for purchasing fresh produce, plants, flowers, and even gifts. This is a place to enjoy a nice talk with locals, walk pets, sit on the grass while gazing at the waterfront, listening to music or snacking on delicious treats. Many residents make the GreenMarket their place for an outdoor breakfast or lunch on Saturday mornings.
Many of the area’s best restaurants are nearby the Greenmarket’s site and open during market’s hours, all offering excellent food.
An award winning community event!
The WPB GreenMarket has been awarded more than two dozen awards over its more than 20-year history, including standout recognition as the best market in Florida by Cooking Light magazine – in its list of “America’s 50 Best Farmers’ Markets.”
The GreenMarket has also been voted Best GreenMarket in Florida by WPB Magazine and one of the best attractions in West Palm Beach during season.
In addition to the local vendors, the event features live music, unlimited mimosas for $10, free activities for kids, and plentiful green space and seating which creates a morning full of fun and relaxation. On the 3rd Saturdays visitors can also take advantage of “By the Banyan” walking tours to learn about key historical locations throughout the downtown community.