Durham Farmers’ Market

Mondays 2:30 – 6:00 from June 3rd to October 7th

Downtown Mini-Park – 66 Main St

The Durham Farmers’ Market takes place in a revitalized mini-park right off of Main Street. Located atop a small hill, this market overlooks downtown Durham with a 360 degree view of the area including the UNH campus. Whether you’re on campus or in town this market is a great way to spend part of your Monday afternoon. Take a ride to visit the market and surrounding local businesses. Please note there will be no market on September 4th (Labor Day). 

Market Information

When & Where: The market runs every Monday from June 3 to October 7 at Durham’s Downtown Mini-park located at 66 Main Street, just after People’s United Bank. Hours are 2:30-6pm. Listen for the bell that opens and closes each market!

Vendors: To see which vendors will be at the market each week click here to view our interactive market map. Please note the map will also display dates for the Portsmouth, Exeter, and Dover markets. Click the drop down menu and select the date of the Durham market you would like to see vendors for. See the photo gallery below to get a look at many of our vendors!

Restrooms: A public restroom is not available.

Animals: Animals are welcome at this market.

Sit & Eat: Enjoy a picnic in the shaded grassy area of market or use a nearby picnic table or bench.

Parking: Shoppers can park in the lower lot located in the same area as market. Turn into the lot immediately after People’s United Bank. Shoppers can also park on any street space surrounding the market area (please note street parking is metered).

Activities & Engagement

Live music: Local musicians perform at every market.

SNAP/EBT: SNAP (formerly know as food stamps) is accepted as a payment method at this market. Visit the Market Info booth to get SNAP tokens and we will match you dollar for dollar with Granite State Market Match!

Social Media: Follow the Durham Farmers’ Market on Facebook to see updates throughout the season. You can also like and tag @seacoasteatlocal on Instagram and use #photo4SEL when posting your own photos and videos.

Review: Do you enjoy the Durham Farmers’ Market? Leave us a review on Facebook, we’d appreciate your feedback!