The Wednesday Dane County Farmers’ Market is located on the 200 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, in between the Madison Municipal Building and the City County Building.  While more intimate than the Saturday Market, you will still find many of your favorite Dane County Farmers’ Market members, as well as a full array of fruits and vegetables, eggs, cheeses, honey, maple syrup, bakery items, cut flowers, plants, and many specialty items.

The 2018 Wednesday Market season will begin on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 and continue each Wednesday thru November 7, 2018. 

 
 
 
Wednesday Market

Getting to the Wednesday Market

Driving Directions

Located just two blocks off the Square, the Wednesday Market is close to a number of municipal parking ramps. In addition there are private ramps in the vicinity as well. Ample street parking, most of which is metered, make it easy to park just a short distance from the market.

From the North

Exit Interstate 90/94 on to Highway 151, which becomes East Washington Ave. in Madison.  Continue on East Washington Ave until the Blair St. intersection.  Make a left on Blair St.  At the next light, make a right on E. Wilson St.  At the light, bear left to continue on E. Wilson St.  In two blocks, you will reach the Wednesday Market.  

From the South

Coming from the South, exit Hwy 12/18 on to Park St. going north to W. Washington Ave. which leads to downtown.  Continue on West Washington Ave until you reach Fairchild St. Make a right on Fairchild St.  Drive thru one light.  At the next light, make a left onto Doty St.  If you continue on Doty Street for two blocks, you will reach the Wednesday Market. 

From the East

Follow Highway 151, which becomes East Washington Ave. Continue on East Washington Ave until the Blair St. intersection.  Make a left on Blair St.  At the next light, make a right on E. Wilson St.  At the light, bear left to continue on E. Wilson St.  In two blocks, you will reach the Wednesday Market.  

From the West

Follow University Ave. headed east. It will turn into Campus Drive and then West Johnson Street. Turn right on Bassett St.  Turn left on West Washington.  Continue on West Washington Ave until you reach Fairchild St. Make a right on Fairchild St.  Drive thru one light.  At the next light, make a left onto Doty St.  If you continue on Doty Street for two blocks, you will reach the Wednesday Market. 

Biking

Many dedicated paths and bike-friendly routes into downtown Madison make it easy to get to the Farmers’ Market. Bring your backpack, saddle bags, or bike trailer to carry the many fresh and wonderful products available at the Dane County Farmers’ Market Wednesday Market. Ample bike parking is available at the Wednesday Market —and it’s free.

Madison’s bike share program Madison BCycle offers another easy way to get to the market and skip the traffic, with over 40 stations in the downtown and surrounding areas. Learn more at https://madison.bcycle.com/.

Downtown city parking

Parking

Parking for the Market is street parking and City-owned lots and garages. You can find more information by visiting http://www.cityofmadison.com/p...

The maximum price for ramp parking during the Market (weekend rate) is usually $8. Occasionally the Market may coincide with a Special Event, in which case the pay-on-entry fee is $8.

Accessibility

The City of Madison has parking spots for Persons with Disabilities in all City lots, as well as on the ground level of City garages.  For more information visit https://www.cityofmadison.com/...

Pet Policy

For public safety and food safety reasons, we encourage you to leave your pets at home!  

Fresh this week!

 
 
 
Wednesday Market Recipe Demo

Wednesday Market Recipe Demo

September 26, 2018
10:30 am – 12:30 pm
200 Block of MLK Jr. Blvd
Madison, WI 53703

Recipe demos are back at Wednesday Market! For this recipe demo, we will be joined by Sujhey Beisser from 5 Senses Palate from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm at Wednesday Market as she demos making a recipe full of market ingredients. Try a sample for free and grab a recipe to replicate at home!  

About the Food Blogger: Sujhey was born in Venezuela and moved to Madison, Wisconsin in 2001. Cooking has been a part of Sujhey's life for as long as she can remember. She grew up watching her mother, grandmother and aunts in the kitchen. Because she grew up cooking with fresh ingredients from the market or just picked in her own backyard, Sujhey is very passionate about eating local foods. She likes to support local farms, chefs and businesses.