Dane County Farmers' Market
The Dane Co Farmers' Market is reported to be the largest producer-only farmers’ market in the country. All items are produced by the members behind the tables. No re-sale allowed! This means that when you visit the Dane County Farmers' Market, you can truly get to know the people who grow and…
Food Scene, grocery store, and sightseeing all rolled into one: the Dane County Farmers Market is the largest farmers market in the Midwest. On the Capitol Square in Madison from mid-April until mid-November, food offerings include locally grown vegetables and fruit, cheese, organic meat, and…
We love the Farmers Market! Tons of vendors with so much to offer from crafts & food to flowers. Saturday mornings from 6am-noon.
This is called the country’s best Farmers Market. It goes all the way around the Capitol Square and you are sure to find plenty of fresh, organic, locally grown or made food here.
There’s no where else you need to be on a Saturday morning. This is the largest outdoor providers only farmers market in the country. A stop at Stella’s Bakery for a loaf of spicy cheesy bread is a must!
“80,000 Badger fans cheering on the local team - the Badgers! Football games are on Saturdays from the end of August thru the end of November (not every weekend)”
“The Memorial Union is a Madison icon. Sit out by the lake, have a drink, enjoy the views. The Union pulls people by the hundreds on a nice summer weekend. ”
“Excellent food right on the square. A great stop any day of the week. Especially on a Farmer Market Saturday. ”
“Locally sourced fare prepared by some of Madison’s best chefs. Classy casual over looking the capital. ”
“Even in the winter, this place is magical, especially if you visit the Conservatory, a tropical paradise. Stroll through 16 acres of outdoor display gardens and an indoor, tropical conservatory at Olbrich Botanical Gardens. In the outdoor gardens, visit the Thai Pavilion and Garden. Olbrich's Thai Pavilion is the only one in the continental United States and the only one outside of Thailand surrounded by a garden. Stop and smell the roses in the Rose Garden, opened to the public in 2005. Olbrich's rose garden features innovative mixed borders of Midwest hardy shrub roses and perennials. Also stroll through other specialty gardens such as the Perennial Garden, Sunken Garden, and Herb Garden. Olbrich's outdoor gardens are open daily, year-round.”