Local Markets

Keep It Local

Markets are where communities come together. Fredericton is home to a variety of unique markets spanning from the Southside to the Northside and expanding into the Capital Region. From Farmers’ markets to u-pick farm stands and local grocers, our markets boast fresh produce, quality meats and unique hand-made products produced right here in New Brunswick. From seasonal to year-round markets, there’s something new for you to discover every season of the year. Eat local and support local with these Capital Region markets.

Fredericton Boyce Farmers Market

665 George Street | Open Saturdays 7 a.m. - 1 p.m. 

Probably the most recommended stopping spot for anyone visiting Fredericton is the Boyce Farmers Market. It is THE place to be on Saturday morning, no matter the time of year. The aromas wafting from food trucks immediately draw you in, and it doesn’t take long before you are swept up in the heart of the community – talking to locals, grabbing a coffee, stocking up on breads, veggies and meat for the week. Need a gift or souvenir? This is the place to pick up locally handcrafted items.

Fredericton Boyce Farmers Market

Garrison Night Market

Carleton Street | Open June 6 to September 5 | Thursdays 4:30 - 9 p.m.

Located in the old British military garrison, on the newly renovated portion of Carleton Street, the Garrison Night Market will feature local and imported handmade products, art, craft & design, clothing, locally-grown farm products, local microbrews, ciders & spirits, youth entrepreneurs, buskers, and, of course, food. A stage set up near the 104th Regiment of Foot pedway will host local musical entertainment adding to the festive atmosphere. The street will come alive with street vendors, busker entertainment, theatre and musical performances! This outdoor market will take place rain or shine.

Garrison Night Market

The Northside Creators Market

170 Main Street | Open Saturday 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. & Sunday 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

The Northside Creators Market is Fredericton’s newest addition to the market scene. At this non-for profit, vendor-owned market you'll find passionate people growing and making things they love. This market offers plenty of locally crafted goodies and is the perfect place to stop and grab a coffee and bite to eat from one of their many vendors.

Northside Creators Market

New Maryland Market

754 New Maryland Highway | Open One Sunday each month from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.

The New Maryland Market takes place once a month and showcases over 45 local crafters, artists, food trucks, plant vendors and much more! Located only 20 minutes away from Fredericton, this market is a great spot to spend a Sunday afternoon!

New Maryland Market

Food Market at the Ex

361 Smythe Street | Open Friday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. & Saturday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. & Sunday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Food Market at the Ex is Fredericton’s newest “grab and go” market offering a variety of international flavours: Greek, Syrian, Jamaican, Korean and Mexican. The market runs 11am-6pm on Friday, 9-4 on Saturday and 10 to 4 on Sunday. This market is environmentally friendly; everything is recyclable!

Food Market at the Ex

Gagetown Farmers Market

30 Front Street | Open Sundays 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.

The Gagetown Farmers Market is a mix of local artisans, craftspeople, local farmers and food vendors. Stop by to get your weekly, in-season produce, and many other essentials. While you visit, grab a coffee and some lunch and have a picnic along the scenic waterfront!

Gagetown Farmers Market

The Recap Night Market

362 Queen Street | Thursday 5-10pm, June 6-September 5

The Recap Night Market hosted by The CAP focuses on vintage, new and used sellers and encourages sustainability through craft and thrift. Each week the market features unique vendors, live music, non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages, local foods and snacks and so much more! The Recap Night Market takes place every Thursday from 5-10pm from June 6 to September 5, 2024 in the Tannery and is free to attend.

The Recap Night Market

The Oromocto Market

994 Onondaga Street | Open seasonally on Thursdays or Sundays

The Oromocto Market is a not-for-profit market that supports local vendors and community groups. Your next visit to the market supports entrepreneurship and contributes to building the local economy. The market offers a variety of local foods, local artists, artisans, and much more!

Oromocto Market

Local Grocer's

Aura Whole Foods

199 Westmorland Street | Phone: 506-454-4240

Fredericton’s full-service natural whole foods market. Wide range of products including fresh organic and local produce, local organic meat, vegan-friendly options, a large gluten-free section, and natural cosmetics.

Aura Whole Foods

Sequoia Natural & Organic

494 Queen Street | Phone: 506-459-4321

Sequoia Natural & Organic has established itself as a brand of distinction and continues to promote a Holistic Lifestyle, and source products using its four core criteria: certified organic; if organic is not available, all ingredients are natural; local first if possible; and suppliers committed to sustainable, environmental and fair trade practices.

Sequoia Natural & Organic

Farm Stands

Moxon’s Country Pumpkin

911 Route 105, Maugerville | Phone: 506-357-8013 | Open 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. May 5 – December 23 ​ 

This locally owned farm has been in operation since 1960 and is a great place to bring the family. With farm animals, a playground, a bakery and ice cream, you will come for an hour and end up spending the day! Fresh veggies, homemade bread, pies and cookies will make your mouth water

Moxon's Country Pumpkin

Silver Valley Farms

701 Hwy 105, Maugerville | Phone: 506-208-1066 | Open daily 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Home to the Big Potato, this farm stand is a photo favourite for families during pumpkin season. Fresh produce is picked daily and ranges from potatoes, carrots, peas, pumpkins, strawberries and watermelon among others. Special events are hosted throughout the season.

Silver Valley Farms