The Franklin Farmers Market is a great place to find the very best in fresh, locally grown vegetables, fruits, dairy, meats and more. Whether you are a true “foodie” who’s at the market every Saturday or someone who just likes to pay us a visit from time to time, we want your experience at the Franklin Farmers Market to always be enjoyable. Below are some of the questions about the market that we are frequently asked. Click on the question and the answer will appear. If you have a question about the FFM that is not listed below, stop by the information booth at the front of the market shed.
As much as we love dogs, they are not allowed at the Franklin Farmers Market because of safety and sanitary issues. Neither are any other types of animals. The only exception to this rule is service dogs.
Parking at the market can be pretty tight, especially around the Liberty Pike parking lot entrance. By using the Franklin Road entrance or the Liberty Pike entry way near the Franklin Road intersection, you’ll have a better, quicker access to the parking lots. It is also easier to find a parking space alongside the Factory complex during the market’s peak hours.
There is not an ATM at the market, but many of the farmers do accept credit and debit cards. It is also better to bring smaller bills, such as $1’s,$5’s or $10’s so the farmers and vendors can easily make change for you.
The Franklin Farmers Market is a year-round market. The summer season of the market is May through October every Saturday and the market is open 8am – 1pm. The winter season of the market is November through April. The hours for the winter market are 9am – 1pm for November and December. In January through March, the hours are 9am – noon with April being 9am – 1pm. Send us a message if you have any questions!