6 open-air markets in Birmingham to support this summer

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Woodlawn Street Market
Local vendors sell handmade products you’ll love at the Woodlawn Street Market. Photo via REV Birmingham

Fresh produce, locally baked pastries and handmade goods, oh my! Strolling Birmingham open-air markets is one of my favorite ways to spend a warm day. If you’re ready to check out these one-stop shops, here are six street markets open now.

1. Woodlawn Street Market

Francie's Bakery
Is there anything better than a day at the market? Photo via REV Birmingham

The Woodlawn Street Market features over 50 vendors selling goods and food to foster local businesses. Whether you pick up groceries or products like candles and jewelry, you’re supporting a community of entrepreneurs.

  • When: Saturday, June 12 10AM-4PM | Saturday, August 14 10AM-4PM
  • Where: 1 55th Pl S, Birmingham, AL 35212
  • Website | Facebook | Instagram

2. East Lake Market

At the East Lake Market, you can find fresh produce, delicious baked goods, live music and activities for the whole family.

3. The MarketPlace at Lee Branch

The MarketPlace at Lee Branch
Weekly shopping? Check. Photo via The MarketPlace at Lee Branch’s Facebook

The MarketPlace at Lee Branch is officially open and selling options like fresh fruit and veggies, locally made soaps and delicious desserts. You can even order online to make your weekly market trip easier.

4. Magic City Market Place

Magic City Market Place at Good People Brewery
Mark your calendars. Photo via Magic City Market Place on Facebook

If your ideal Saturday includes a trip to a local brewery, you won’t want to miss the Magic City Market Place. They’ll have tons of vendors and food trucks so you can support local before cheering on the Barons.

  • When: Every other Saturday 2-6PM | May 8 | May 22
  • Where: Good People Brewery & Urban Supply, 114 14th St S, Birmingham, AL 35233
  • Website | Facebook

5. Gardendale Farmers Market

Chey's Crunchy Crafts
Looking for local gifts? Head to farmers markets to support Bham entrepreneurs + brighten friends’ days. Photo via Gardendale Farmers Market’s Facebook

The Gardendale Farmers Market opens for the season on Thursday, May 20. Their vendors range from farms to bakers.

6. Trussville Fresh Farmers Market

Barking Bee Coffee
If you need a coffee fix, Barking Bee Coffee is one of the vendors you can find at the Trussville Fresh Farmers Market. Photo via Trussville Fresh Farmers Market’s Facebook

Head to Trussville for a farmers’ market that includes everything from locally grown veggies to delicious pastries and treats. They even have live music appearances from local musicians.

  • When: Tuesdays 1-5PM
  • Where: 90 Parkway Dr, Trussville, AL 35173
  • Facebook

Find even more Birmingham open-air markets to support

There are TONS of local markets to support in Birmingham. Want to find even more street markets to visit this summer? We’ve got you covered.

Don’t forget to tag us in your farmers market photos on social @BhamNow!