Summer Location:  May - October

224 North Broadway (Route 28)

Salem, NH 03079

Every Sunday, 10 AM - 2 PM

hours and Location

The Salem NH Farmers Market is open all year,

every Sunday from 10-2 (except Easter Sunday and if Christmas or New Year falls on a Sunday)

Spring/Summer Market is open from May through October and is hosted at 224 North Broadway, in Salem, NH Directions to Salem Market Place

Fall/Winter Market will move back to Mary Fisk School 14 Main Street, Salem, NH in November  Directions to Mary Fisk School

at the market

The Salem NH Farmers Market boasts a family-friendly atmosphere featuring live music, children’s entertainment and seasonal special events. Sign up for our e-newsletter to stay informed. 

Market Music

We showcase local bands that are fun for the whole family!  Musical performances span a range of genres.

If you are a musician or entertainer interested in performing at the Salem NH Farmers Market, please contact the Market Manager at

Fun for Kids

We host special programs at the Salem NH Farmers Market for kids. From Meet a Farmer to face painting, our goal is to bring families together at the table.

Cooking Demonstrations, Contests and Special Events

Themed cooking demonstrations and special events are just another way that we celebrate the seasonal bounty that comes through the Salem NH Farmers Market.

Payment Options &

Federal Assistance Programs

The Salem NH Farmers Market is set up to accommodate many forms of payment, including all federally subsidized income programs acceptable at farmers markets.


No need to worry about whether or not a vendor accepts debit or credit cards, stop at the Information Booth to purchase $5 tokens that are accepted like cash at each of our vendors' booths. Program fee applies.


Through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), 
Salem NH Farmers Market strives to make local produce, dairy, meats, fish, honey, breads and other locally-produced foods available to low-income families. The goal of the program is to not only improve access to fresh foods and in turn improve an individual’s nutrition and health, but also to invigorate the local economy and New Hampshire’s agricultural community. 

Visit the Information Booth to purchase tokens with your SNAP/EBT card.