Since its inception in 1928, the Historic Oklahoma City Farmers Public Market has served as a centralized local food hub for Oklahoma farmers, ranchers, grocers, distributors, and consumers to purchase, trade, or sell fruits, vegetables, meats, dairy, and value added items. The rich history of this district is evident in the very construction of the buildings, with remnants of produce coolers in every building, open air markets around the corner, and the flagship of the Oklahoma City Farmers Market District, the actual 34,000 square foot Farmers Public Market building.
In an effort to restore the traditional public farmers market to the Historic Oklahoma City Farmers Public Market, we offer a Farmers Market on Saturdays from 9:00am until 2:00pm. These gatherings feature produce, meat, home made goods and value added items, like honey, and baked goods and more. The open market is year around affair and located on the first floor of the Historic Oklahoma City Farmers Public Market.