5 Williamson County Farmer’s Markets to Visit This Summer

franklin farmers market

As we approach the summer months, local farmer’s markets are full of fresh, local produce. Find a farmers market near you.

Franklin

Nolensville

Thompson's Station/Spring Hill

Franklin Farmer’s Market
Location: The Factory at Franklin, 230 Franklin Road
When: May through October
Hours: 8a-1p every Saturday

Shoppers will see 100+ vendors and enjoy special events, such as: Strawberry Festival on May 14th, Tomato Festival on July 16th and Watermelon Festival on Aug 27th.

The Franklin Farmer’s Market (FFM) began in 2002 when eight farmers came together to create the the 501(c)(5) non-profit agricultural organization with the mission to keep Tennessee’s beautiful farmlands green and growing. The FFM provides a connection between farmers and the public to create a partnership that assures a more sustainable future for everyone.

With a large base of loyal customers, the Franklin Farmers Market has grown from a summer-only marketplace to a year-round operation and the number of farms participating in the market each year has increased from 8 to over 70 farms.

Berry Farms Farmer’s Market
Location: Hughes Crossing, in front of the Village Shops in Town Center of Berry Farms
When: May 3-Set 27
Hours: 1:30p-5:30p every Tuesday

The Farmers Market at Berry Farms is a Summer market that operates every Tuesday from May 3rd through September 27th. Market hours are 1:30-5:30 pm and is located in the Berry Farms Town Center at the intersection of Lewisburg Pike and Goose Creek Bypass.

You’ll find a wide variety of fresh and local produce, meat, dairy, baked goods and more at the Farmers Market at Berry Farms. The market is a producer-only market, so everything you see is homegrown or handmade.