Farmer’s Markets On and Off Anna Maria Island

Farmer’s Markets, who doesn’t love them? I know I sure do! Below you will find some great information on a few of our local Farmer’s Markets.

Check out All of the Great Markets the Local Area Has to Offer!

Anna Maria Island:

    • Bridge Street Market (107 Bridge St. in Bardenton Beach):
      The outdoor Bridge Street Market runs every Sunday, November – April, form 10AM – 3PM. This Bradenton beach tradition is a great place to find local artwork, jewelry, produce, and live music.
    • Coquina Beach Market (1800 S Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach, FL). The beach market at Coquina Beach takes place three days of the week: Sunday, Wednesday and Friday, weather permitting. The Market is held October – June. Market hours are 10 AM – 2PM. This is the only beach market in the area, so don’t miss out. The Coquina Beach market is handicap and stroller accessible. Dogs are NOT allowed within Coquina Park. You will find apparel, jewelry, fresh lemonade, coconuts, custom artwork, and more! Website: Facebook: Phone: 941-840-0789.


    • Bradenton Farmers’ Market (Old Main Street/ 12th St W.):
      The Bradenton Farmers Market in Downtown Bradenton is hosted every Saturday in October through May, from 9AM – 2PM. This farmers market is very popular with the community and is a great way to start your Saturday. Fresh produce, live upbeat music, free activities for the family, etc. On the 3rd Saturday of each month during the farmers market season, they do “Mainly Art”, where local artists/craftsmen display and sell their work.
    • Red Barn Flea Market (1707 1st St.):
      At this market everyone in the family is sure to find something they want. The Red Barn Flea Market is located about 25-30 minutes away from Anna Maria Island. But the drive is worth it, and its bound to be a few hours of shopping and walking. This Market has over 600 vendors! Out of the 145,000 sq.ft area, 80,000 sq. ft. is indoor and air-conditioned. The indoor area includes shopping, fresh produce, entertainment, and a food court. Trust me, the Red Barn Flea Market is worth a visit while you’re in the area!


    • Sarasota Farmers’ Market (Main St. & Lemon Ave.):
      Established in 1979, the Sarasota Farmers Market continues to carry the tradition of providing the community with plants, local produce, prepared foods, and artisans. With 80 vendors, there is quite a bit to check out here. Rain or shine, the Sarasota Farmers Market is open all year round, from 7AM – 1PM. This market is about 40-45 minutes away form AMI, though because this market is held earlier in the day, traffic shouldn’t be an issue.