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March 2015 Update:  Exterior shed areas will be closed in March for maintenance and repairs. Sheds will re-open in April. You'll find several of your favorite farmers and food artisans temporarily placed in and around NFM's Market House.  Stay tuned for more exciting developments!

Location, Days & Hours

Nashville Farmers' Market is located at 900 Rosa L. Parks Blvd. Nashville, TN 37208--north of downtown Nashville, and adjacent to Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park. Many GPS systems prefer 900 8th Avenue North.  

FARM SHEDS:  Farm Sheds are located on both north and south sides of NFM and are open every day- 362 days per year, Monday through Sunday from 8am to 6pm. Individual farmer days/hours can and do vary.

MARKET HOUSE RESTAURANTS & SHOPS:   Our Market House Restaurants & Shops are also open 362 days per year though individual shop & restaurants days/hours do vary.   Until our new Artisan Shed is completed in Summer 2015,  NFM's Market House will also be home to food artisans both inside and immediately outside the building.  NFM's Grow Local Kitchen is also found in our Market House along with adminstrative offices and restrooms in each corner of the building. 

CRAFT & FLEA SHED:  NFM's North-side Craft & Flea Shed  is open Friday-Sunday almost every weekend during the year. Hours are   8am-6pm though individual merchant hours can & do vary. You'll find handcrafted items, international street food and goods, food and craft trucks, and specialty items this season in this shed.  

COMING SOON--NFM'S NEW ARTISAN SHED!  NFM's newly enclosed Artisan Shed  on the South side (formerly Farm Shed 2) will open in Summer of 2015.  This shed will house Juice.Nashville--a 3000 square foot juicery and retail shop, twenty-four artisan retail spaces, offer private event space rental opportunities and more.  Stay tuned for more info coming soon!

Reminder; Individual merchant hours DO vary in all areas of the Market-check the merchant listings for details and contact information. The Market only closes on Christmas, Thanksgiving, and New Year's Day. The NFM administrative offices are located on the second floor and open Monday-Thursday 8am-4:30pm and Friday 8:30am-2:30pm except on holidays. 

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Walking, Biking & Public Transportation

The Farmers' Market is conveniently located just one block west of the Downtown Greenway trailhead & 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 & NFM as well as in the front of the Market House.  

Nashville Farmers' Market is a stop on the FREE Music City Circulator Blue Circuit  which runs every 30 mins from 630-11am, every 10 minutes from 11am-2pm, & every 15 minutes from 2pm-6pm.  Visit  MTA to learn more about this and other bus routes. On MTA buses and from the Metro transfer center downtown take:  #42 bus, St. Cecilia/Cumberland route, #22 bus, Bordeaux route, or the #19, Herman route.   http://www.nashvillemta.org  We are wheelchair accessible to/from all entrances & exits and elevator access to the second floor meeting room & office.   The Music City  circulator received a 2011 Nashville Scene Writers' Award--read below!

BEST FREE RIDE: MUSIC CITY CIRCUIT
There's no such thing as a free lunch, but there is such a thing as a free ride to lunch — and if your target meal is anywhere near downtown, hopping on the Music City Circuit bus is arguably your best bet. We at the Scene are lucky enough to have a stop for the Green Circuit (one of three downtown routes) less than a block from our office doors, but we'd gladly walk further to take advantage of the service, which runs a loop about every 15 minutes, takes the grind of parking out of the equation and, just as importantly, lets you sit back and watch the city go by. STEVE HARUCH

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