10 markets in Birmingham to attend—including Strawberry Day + Mom’s Vintage Market

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(Ross Bridge Farmers Market)

Nothing beats an early morning outing at a market with friends. We’ve gathered some fun and unique markets in Birmingham you won’t want to miss, so keep reading.

1. Birdsong Food Market

Birdsong Farmers Market
Organic + local. (Birdsong Farmers Market)

This market is a grassroots farmer-managed market, so you’ll feel good about the organic produce sold here.

There are a ton of farmer’s markets in Birmingham. Check out some more of them happening around the ‘ham now.

2. Woodlawn Street Market

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

Every second Saturday, catch the Woodlawn Street Market open with tons of local vendors. As an avid fan of this market in Birmingham, I look forward to seeing the vendors that pop up here. You’ll find a bit of everything from Burdock Book Collective to Nana Bakes—a MUST-try.

3. Grand Riverfest

The Grand Riverfest is a festival of pop-ups. You’ll love their wide variety of shopping choices from arts to clothing vendors. The best part—it’s free!

4. Spring Edit

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Let’s go! (Spring Edit)

As one of the newer markets in Birmingham, you don’t miss the second-annual Spring Edit at Lane Park. This outdoor event is filled with so much to do from interesting vendors to live music. Most importantly, there’ll be drinks!

5. Mom’s Vintage Market

It’s vintage, but it’s the trendiest thing now. (Mom’s Basement)

Once a month Mom’s Basement hosts one of the best vintage markets around town. Keep up with them on Instagram to stay updated, just in case weather postpones the event.

6. Lakeview Market

This exciting market hops around Birmingham’s Lakeview district. This month you can find them at Back Forty Beer Company with art vendors, food trucks and more.

7. Night Market Pepper Place *RESCHEDULED*

Wildhoney Flowers: nighttime edition. (Pepper Place)

What was once happening in March is now occurring Friday, April 8th. With over fifty vendors, you’re bound to find something you like. You might even find a new favorite Birmingham local shop.

8. Helena Spring Market

It’ll take place at Helena High School. (Helena Spring Market)

For the ultimate spring experience, go down to the Helena Spring Market for all types of boutique clothing, jewelry and sweet treats.

9. Ross Bridge Farmers Market—Strawberry Day

birmingham farmer's markets
Eat the rainbow. (Ross Bridge Farmer’s Market / Facebook)

Enjoy a free community event that supports local farmers, artisans and more! There will be LOTS of Alabama strawberries and strawberry goods.

10. Dogwood Days & Farmer’s Market

Out of all the markets in Birmingham, this one is most suitable for all ages of the fam. Support local in Vestavia Hills by visiting Dogwood Days & Farmer’s Market at Liberty Park. Use their tag #pictureyourselfieVH when posting your pics!

Will you be visiting any of these markets in Birmingham? Share your pics with us by tagging us @BhamNow.

Summer Guffey
Summer Guffey

Art enthusiast and expert on all things tea.

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