Downtown Farmers Market
Founded in 2007 by Nicki Pace, the Downtown Farmers Market has served the community for over 12 years. This event was formed to promote downtown, bring the community together, and above all praise all that is local. The market is one of the highlights of St. George living in the summer running every Saturday (except for marathon) May through October 9 am- Noon.
Every event showcases over 50 vendors from all over Washington and Iron Counties bringing you the best in locally grown produce, pasture raised meats, raw cheeses, and unique artisanal products.
We have live music every Saturday starting at 9:30am in the picturesque courtyard. Enjoy local food and goods while sitting in the shade on our green grass, jamming out to local tunes. This is truly an event for the whole family! Each market features a cooking class, free youth activities, and much more all in a fur-baby friendly atmosphere.
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The Downtown Farmers Market is held in the upper parking lot and courtyard of Ancestor Square located at the north west corner of St. George Blvd. and Main Street in the middle of St. George, Utah’s Historic Downtown.
Ancestor Square is the compilation of 12 separate buildings, six of which have historic registry designations with rich histories. These historic buildings include Sheriff Hardy’s house (1877), the Sheriff’s office (Sandstone Bldg), the original Jailhouse, and one of the oldest buildings in St. George – the historic Gardeners Club building.
All buildings have been renovated to provide a unique experience whether your visit includes lunch or dinner at one of our five premier restaurants, purchasing art from one of our world class art galleries, or visiting one of our many service-oriented tenants.
Downtown Farmer's Market
Ancestor Square 2 W. St. George Blvd.
St. George, UT 84770
Hours of Operation:
Every Saturday May – October 9 am- Noon
Closed during St. George Marathon
Please take a moment and familiarize yourself with our Market Guidelines