Statehouse Market temporarily at White River State Park for part of 2016 season
The Statehouse Market occurs each Thursday at 11 a.m. at a temporary location on the lawn in front of the Indiana State Museum. We have partnered with White River State Park to provide this location for the 2016 season. Food trucks and market vendors are parking along the main drive and green space in front of the museum. Additional vendors are setting up along the Indianapolis Cultural Trail adjacent to California Street.
The construction of the redesigned Robert D. Orr Plaza (including Senate Avenue) currently prevents us from hosting the market at the normal location on campus. Rest assured, once Robert D. Orr Plaza is ready for us in 2017, we'll move back to the campus location.
Next Market: September 1, 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Indiana State Museum Lawn at White River State Park.
The Statehouse Market is a unique local farmers' market, located in downtown Indianapolis. Stop by every Thursday in season, for great food grown and sold by local vendors and fresh, healthy lunch options served by top food trucks in Indianapolis.
The schedule for the 2016 Statehouse Market season has been updated. The final markets this season occur on September 1 and September 8. The final four weeks of the original schedule are canceled due to a shortage of available produce vendors and a scheduling conflict September 15 at White River State Park. This was not an easy Read More
Posted by Jeff on August 29, 2016
Join the vendors and food trucks listed below Thursday at the Statehouse Market. The market is open from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in front of the Indiana State Museum. Produce Vendors Biltz Greenhouses – Peaches, apples, tomatoes, potatoes, beans and peppers. Wilson Farms – Cannon ball melons, yellow doll melons, squash, tomatoes, potatoes, apples, sweet corn, beets, Read More
Posted by Jeff on August 24, 2016
Join the vendors and food trucks listed below Thursday at the Statehouse Market. The market is open from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in front of the Indiana State Museum. Produce Vendors Biltz Greenhouses – Peaches, apples, tomatoes, potatoes, beans and peppers. Now taking debit/credit cards. Wilson Farms – Muskmelon, cannon ball melons, sugar cube melons, candy Read More
Posted by Jeff on August 16, 2016
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.