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About the Market

Welcome to the Hingham Farmers Market, where we believe in supporting local farms and sustainability by providing shoppers with access to fresh, locally grown food. We are proud to be one of the oldest markets in the state, and our mission is to create a welcoming community where shoppers can connect with local farmers, bakers and artisans. Our vendors bring the best of the season to each market, which means you can get fresh and high-quality ingredients all year long, rain or shine! We hope you'll join us on Saturdays at the market!

Market Hours



9am - 1pm

95 Station Street, Hingham MA




Wompatuck State Park Visitors Center

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Our Policies

To ensure a positive shopping experience for all, we kindly ask that you refrain from bringing your furry friends to the market. Thank you for helping us maintain a safe and healthy environment for everyone.

Service dogs are always welcome.

Get Involved!

Passionate about the market and its mission? We rely on volunteers to help us make our market a success. Consider joining the volunteer group, "Friends of the Hingham Farmers Market". Founded in 2012, the active group of “Friends” serves market patrons and vendors on market day and leads community outreach. *Help during market set up (7-9) and breakdown (12:30-1:30) is always needed, as well as during market hours. Everyone is welcome to join!


  • Can I pre-order from vendors?
    Many vendors do accept and appreciate pre-orders. You will need to check in with the individual vendor (check our weekly vendors page or newsletter) for their pre-order instructions. Please note, many vendors are also first come, first serve.
  • Will the market be open if it's raining?
    We are open rain, shine...and snow!
  • Can I bring my pet?
    Service dogs only please
  • Where should I park?
    There is ample parking right at the market on Station Street for the Summer market. For the winter you can park in the parking lot at the Wompatuck Visitors Center
  • What payments do vendors accept?
    Remember to bring cash if possible for transactions. Many vendors also accept credit cards. SNAP tokens may be used with vendors selling fruit, produce, fish, eggs, chicken, beef, bread, and other qualifying food products at the market.
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