There are few things as refreshing as a sunny morning in Austin, surrounded by fresh produce, colorful bouquets, hot coffee and the sound of a local musician wafting through the stalls at one of our many farmers markets. Whether you're in town for a few days or a few weeks, a visit to one of our area markets is a great way to have the authentic Austin experience. In total, there are more than 40 markets in and around town every week but to help narrow down the list, we have put together a list of some of our top weekend markets in Austin. So get up, get outside and get shopping!

For the latest updates about the status of each featured market, please check each location's website. To learn more about local restrictions and closures, click here.

Boggy Creek Farm stand with baskets of greens, radishes and buckets of flowersCourtesy of Boggy Creek Farm.

Boggy Creek Farm
Wednesday–Saturday (September–July), 8 a.m.–1 p.m.
Wednesday & Saturday (August) – 8 a.m.–1 p.m.

If you're looking for an authentically Austin experience, visit East Austin's Boggy Creek Farm to tour the grounds, meet the farmers and explore the hen house. This no-till urban farm has been in business since 1992 and sells seasonally harvested, organic produce supplemented with dairy products, meats, eggs and more from other local farmers and ranchers.

Barton Creek Farmers Market
Saturdays, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. (year-round)
This market is located at the Barton Creek Square mall and boasts a fantastic view of the downtown Austin skyline. Enjoy live music while you explore the vendor booths selling freshly baked breads, Fredericksburg peaches (during late spring/summer), fresh cheeses and milk and other organic, farm-fresh goods.

JBG Farmstand
Saturday, 9 a.m.–1 p.m.
You may be familiar with Johnson's Backyard Garden from their sizable stand at local farmers markets throughout Austin and the Hill Country, and now you can visit the farm itself to pick up your produce! Visit the Garfield farm, about 20 minutes East of Austin, to shop seasonal veggies, herbs and flowers directly from the source. The farm sustains Central Texans and local restaurants while offering a huge variety of flavorful varieties that you won't find in a traditional grocery store.

Nectarines for sale at Texas Farmers Market at Lakeline near Austin Texas
Courtesy of Texas Farmers Market.

SFC Farmers Market Downtown
Saturdays, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. (year-round)
Every Saturday morning, this massive market transforms Republic Square into a lively community of locals, visitors, students, families, farmers, artists, musicians and more. Browse food, drink and arts vendors selling everything from farm-fresh eggs to locally-brewed kombucha. Be sure to stop by the Urban Roots stand to support this sustainable farm program led by local youth.

SFC Farmers Market at Sunset Valley
Saturdays, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. (year-round)
This sizable south Austin market is a Saturday morning staple. Listen to local, live bands while you pick up homemade tamales, salsa from Native Roots, free range eggs, microgreens from Gracy's and seasonal fruits and veggies.
*The Sunset Valley Market has temporarily relocated to Sunset Valley Elementary, 3000 Jones Rd, 78745

Lone Star Farmers Market
Sundays, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. (year-round)
Visit the Hill Country Galleria on Sunday mornings to explore the Lone Star Farmers Market. With more than 40 booths offering artisan goods and local produce, this market is a favorite for locals and visitors alike. Bring the dogs to walk the central plaza, shop prepared goods like Lady Fever Hot Sauce or Flavours Indian Food, and pick up a colorful bounty of veggies from nearby farms.

Texas Farmers Market at Mueller
Sundays, 10 a.m.  2 p.m. (year-round)
Make a Sunday morning trip to the idyllic Mueller Lake Park for this Texas-sized farmers market. Situated across the pond from the Thinkery children's museum, the market boasts a food truck park in addition to the selection of food, produce and craft vendors. Don't miss Fredericksburg's Engel Farms for a seasonal selection of fruits and veggies, Luv Fats vegan ice cream and Elgin Meadery for a taste of their small batch honey wine. Plus, if you're in the Lakeline Mall area, visit Mueller's expansive sister market, Texas Farmers Market at Lakeline on Saturdays from  9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Get a taste of true Austin while supporting local agriculture and small businesses at these fun, family-friendly markets during your visit. Share your farmers market snaps with us using #TrueAustin on Twitter or Instagram!