The Denver Union Station Farmers Market is one of the best farmers markets in the Denver area.
The produce you find at this market is exclusive to local growers of Colorado.
Outside of produce, you can also find local restaurants selling baked goods and other items to go.
While the market is small, it is one of the busiest locations due to its downtown location.
In this market you will get a full review of the Union Station Farmers Market in Denver and a map of where you can park.
Union Station Farmers Market Hours of Operation
In 2020, the market is open from 9:00am – 1:00pm every Saturday from June 13th – October 24th.
The market location is just outside the front doors of Union station in downtown Denver.
Where Can I Park?
Below we have a detailed infographic labeling where you are able to park for this market. Parking downtown isn’t easy, so we hope this can help make your trip less hectic!
Map of Vendors at the Market
If you would like to see the location of specific vendors at the farmers market, the market website has a map of this. You can find this map here.
Rules of the Farmers Market
Currently, there are no food samples, or live music happening. Also, there are less vendors due to COVID-19 and six foot social distancing guidelines.
Also, before you decide to shop, the market would like if customers made a reservation online. Customers can still get into the market without one, they may just have to wait behind people with reservations ahead of them.
With the current COVID-19 pandemic there are many other rules in place for customers of the market. A full list of those rules can be found here.
Unique Offerings at Denver Union Station Farmers Market
Outside of exceptional local produce and local goods, this year the Union Station Farmers Market is offering a “Chef’s Box”.
The Chef’s Box is similar to meal delivery services like Blue Apron, Hello Fresh and Freshly.
The Chef’s Box is unique because local chef’s prepare the box and create videos on Instagram for customers to follow.
According to Linnea Covington at Westword, Chefs Paul Reilly of Beast + Bottle, Alex Seidel of Fruition and Matt Vawter of Mercantile all take turns creating these boxes.
Most of the ingredients in these boxes are local and seasonal, so you can only imagine how great they taste.
To claim your box, you can order online here. If you are unable to attend one of the farmers markets, you can pick up your box at Beast + Bottle from 10:00am – 2:00pm every Saturday.
In order to pickup from Beast + Bottle, you must first order online here. They are accepting orders on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday by 5:00pm. Each box is $32 with the options to add in other items as well.
Given our current situation with COVID-19, the Union Station Farmers Market in Denver is doing its best to engage customers and keep them happy.
We will continue to update this review as more information becomes available. If you are unable to attend this farmers market, there are plenty of others near downtown Denver to check out!