The Statehouse Market is a unique local farmers' market, located in downtown Indianapolis at the Indiana Statehouse and Government Center Campus. Stop by every Thursday in season, for great food grown and sold by local vendors and fresh, healthy lunch options served by the top food trucks in Indianapolis.
Our produce vendors are selling vegetables, fruits, flowers, milk, eggs, pork, beef, lamb and more in the early season. Each week, we feature a diverse food truck lineup featuring some of our "Invest In Your Health" trucks and many of Indy's other favorite food trucks.
Next Market: July 30, 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Check out our vendors
We’ve reached week 10 of the Statehouse Market. Yes, it’s already the midpoint of the market’s fourth season. It’s going to be a busy Thursday in downtown Indy with Gen Con kicking off too. Here are the week’s produce vendors and food trucks for July 30. Produce Vendors VanAntwerp’s Farm Market – A large variety of Read More
Posted by Jeff on July 29, 2015
With the weather finally warming up and starting to feel like summer, this market is sure to be a great one! Enjoy a healthy lunch from our favorite regular food trucks and welcome two new comers, Nikki Yvonne’s and Far-Out-Freds! Vendors: Wildflower Ridge Honey – Enjoy Indiana grown honey! Use as a substitute to regular Read More
Posted by Kim Ferguson on July 22, 2015
It seems our nation is currently in a health-conscious state of mind. Celebrities are endorsing all types of fad diets, no-carb, gluten-free, vegan and no additives are all commonplace when speaking of nutrition. When talking to vendors at the Statehouse Market, none of them participate in these types of dieting tricks. They believe in farm-to-table. Read More
Posted by Kim Ferguson on July 15, 2015
Tips for a great market experience
Bring your own bags and baskets.
Most vendors don't supply bags. Vendors also sell more than just fruit and vegetables. You might want to bring a cooler for things that need to be kept cold!
Bring small bills.
Many vendors only accept cash. Avoid needing change by bringing small bills.
Know what's in season
Check out the ISDA Farmers' Market Seasonal Chart to find out what is in season, when.