FAQ

When is the Farmer’s Market? Every Thursday, 10 am to 2 pm, rain or shine (too much rain and they pack it up, though). The Market will continue as long as there is strong community support. Who should go? The Key West Farmer’s Market is for locals and visitors alike. Residents will find quality items to stock the fridge and pantry, gifts and home décor while sampling fun new lunch choices. Vacationers will love shopping with a view, reasonable food options and plenty to see and do at the Park. Where is the Farmer’s Market, exactly? At the Truman Waterfront, end of Southard Street. Look for tents on the Quay by the USCG Ingham on the waterfront. What does it cost? Entrance into the Park and Market is always free. Some vendors do not take credit cards. The closest ATM is at the Green Parrot. Where is parking? There is a large City lot directly adjacent to the market with plenty of parking, handicapped spots and bicycle racks. What does parking cost? The City lot has pay stations that take credit card or cash. Rates are $4/hour or free for up to 4 hours with a Resident sticker. Handicapped spots are always free and are monitored. Can I ride a bus? The FREE Duval Loop conveniently stops at the round-about on the half hour. Download their ap or check here for info. What kind of vendors? Every week you’ll find traditional farmer’s market fare including produce, seasonal fruits, cheese, pickles, nuts, honey, seafood, fresh breads, hot sauces and more. There are food stands and food trucks. Artists, crafters, flea market goods, jewelry, clothing/t-shirts, local organizations – cigars and CBD – it’s an eclectic group of small businesses who collectively offer one-stop shopping at our weekly pop-up island bazar. What else is there to do at the park? The USCG Ingham is a self-guided maritime museum open Tuesday – Saturday 10 am to 4 pm. $10 adults/$5 kids/$5 active military. Truman Waterfront park features a splash park, playground and lots of grass to spread out a picnic. Restrooms & shower rinse. The Quay faces the Gulf and often cruise ships and Navy cutters on duty will be parked nearby. There’s plenty of park benches to enjoy the view (but little shade, umbrella recommended), Fort Zachary Taylor Beach & State Park is a National Historic Landmark on 54 acres and houses a civil war fortress and the best beach on Key West. Entrance fees start at $2.50 and up. Florida Keys Eco Discover Center is a kid-friendly & adult interesting educational exhibits open Tuesday – Saturday from 9 am to 4 pm. Admission is free. What kind of food options? There’s a little bit of everything week to week may include Italian tacos, Indian, Chinese, fresh fish sandwiches and seafood, smoothies, mini donuts, French pastries, kettle corn and brewed coffees. Come for a late breakfast or long lunch; food open 10 am to 2 pm. Can I bring my pet? Well behaved pets are welcome. Please be sure to bring water and bags. Where are restrooms? Restrooms are located within the splash park/playground area. There’s also a water fountain. Can we have a picnic? By all means, grab some lunch from one of the vendors and find a shady spot. You may want to bring a blanket or lawn chair and an umbrella for the summer sun. The entire park and Market area, restrooms and parking lots are wheelchair accessible.
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The markets listed on this website are organized and managed by Daily Plan-it, a special event firm based in Key West © All rights reserved.
Thursdays 10 am - 2 pm Farmer’s Market Truman Waterfront Key West

FAQ

When is the Farmer’s Market? Every Thursday, 10 am to 2 pm, rain or shine (too much rain and they pack it up, though). The Market will continue as long as there is strong community support. Who should go? The Key West Farmer’s Market is for locals and visitors alike. Residents will find quality items to stock the fridge and pantry, gifts and home décor while sampling fun new lunch choices. Vacationers will love shopping with a view, reasonable food options and plenty to see and do at the Park. Where is the Farmer’s Market, exactly? At the Truman Waterfront, end of Southard Street. Look for tents on the Quay by the USCG Ingham on the waterfront. What does it cost? Entrance into the Park and Market is always free. Some vendors do not take credit cards. The closest ATM is at the Green Parrot. Where is parking? There is a large City lot directly adjacent to the market with plenty of parking, handicapped spots and bicycle racks. What does parking cost? The City lot has pay stations that take credit card or cash. Rates are $4/hour or free for up to 4 hours with a Resident sticker. Handicapped spots are always free and are monitored. Can I ride a bus? The FREE Duval Loop conveniently stops at the round-about on the half hour. Download their ap or check here for info. What kind of vendors? Every week you’ll find traditional farmer’s market fare including produce, seasonal fruits, cheese, pickles, nuts, honey, seafood, fresh breads, hot sauces and more. There are food stands and food trucks. Artists, crafters, flea market goods, jewelry, clothing/t-shirts, local organizations – cigars and CBD – it’s an eclectic group of small businesses who collectively offer one- stop shopping at our weekly pop-up island bazar. What else is there to do at the park? The USCG Ingham is a self-guided maritime museum open Tuesday – Saturday 10 am to 4 pm. $10 adults/$5 kids/$5 active military. Truman Waterfront park features a splash park, playground and lots of grass to spread out a picnic. Restrooms & shower rinse. The Quay faces the Gulf and often cruise ships and Navy cutters on duty will be parked nearby. There’s plenty of park benches to enjoy the view (but little shade, umbrella recommended), Fort Zachary Taylor Beach & State Park is a National Historic Landmark on 54 acres and houses a civil war fortress and the best beach on Key West. Entrance fees start at $2.50 and up. Florida Keys Eco Discover Center is a kid-friendly & adult interesting educational exhibits open Tuesday – Saturday from 9 am to 4 pm. Admission is free. What kind of food options? There’s a little bit of everything week to week may include Italian tacos, Indian, Chinese, fresh fish sandwiches and seafood, smoothies, mini donuts, French pastries, kettle corn and brewed coffees. Come for a late breakfast or long lunch; food open 10 am to 2 pm. Can I bring my pet? Well behaved pets are welcome. Please be sure to bring water and bags. Where are restrooms? Restrooms are located within the splash park/playground area. There’s also a water fountain. Can we have a picnic? By all means, grab some lunch from one of the vendors and find a shady spot. You may want to bring a blanket or lawn chair and an umbrella for the summer sun. The entire park and Market area, restrooms and parking lots are wheelchair accessible.
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