GETTING HERE

Note that individual merchant hours vary in all areas of the Market — check the merchant listings for details and contact information. The Market closes only on Christmas, Thanksgiving and New Year's Day. The NFM administrative offices, located on the second floor (at the south end of the Market House), are open Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. and Friday 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. (except on holidays). 

The Nashville Farmers' Market is located in the urban core of downtown Nashville along Rosa L. Parks Boulevard and neighboring the Bicentennial Capital Mall State Park and the Tennessee State Museum, and we are within walking distance of the State Capitol, Germantown, Jefferson Street, the Gulch and the First Tennessee Park — home of Nashville Sounds baseball. 

Walking, Biking and Public Transportation

The Farmers' Market is conveniently located just one block west of the Downtown Greenway trailhead and sits adjacent to Bicentennial Mall State Park. Walking Tour maps that include tours both downtown as well as in and around the Farmers' Market area are available for purchase at Nashville Civic Design Center for $5. Artistic Bike racks are located on the 7th Avenue side of the Market House between Bicentennial and NFM, as well as in front of the Market House.  

Nashville Farmers' Market is a stop on the free Music City Circulator. Visit MTA to learn more about this and other bus routes, including:

  • No. 42 St. Cecilia/Cumberland route

  • No. 22 Bordeaux route

  • No. 19 Herman route

We are wheelchair accessible to/from all entrances and exits, with elevator access to the second floor meeting room and office. 

 

Parking

  • Free 2-hour on-site parking in the NFM and shared Tennessee State Museum lots (both along Rosa Parks Blvd.) for NFM customers

  • Free 30-minute on-site parking in designated zones for NFM customers

  • Free 2-hour parking along 7th Ave. adjacent to the NFM

  • Free parking Saturdays and Sundays in all state government lots just a five-minute walk away on 6th Ave. and at the corner of Rosa Parks and James Robertson