The Sat­ur­day Dane Coun­ty Farm­ers’ Mar­ket is con­ve­nient­ly locat­ed on the tree-lined grounds sur­round­ing the Wis­con­sin State Capi­tol build­ing — oth­er­wise known as the Square” — in down­town Madi­son, Wis­con­sin. The Mar­ket encir­cles the Square.

The 2024 Sat­ur­day Mar­ket sea­son will begin on Sat­ur­day, April 13th and con­tin­ue each Sat­ur­day through Novem­ber 9th2024.

As a pro­duc­er-only farm­ers’ mar­ket, our ven­dors are lim­it­ed by their pro­duc­tion and har­vest yields. This means that they may sell out before the close of Mar­ket. Please vis­it the Mar­ket ear­ly for the best experience.

Grab your fam­i­ly, friends, and your reusable shop­ping bags and enjoy a Madi­son tradition!

 
 
 
Saturday on the Square

Getting to the Saturday on the Square

Driving Directions

When you are a block or two from the Square you’ll be close by a number of municipal parking ramps. In addition there are private ramps in the vicinity as well. Ample street parking, most of which is metered, make it easy to park just a short distance from the market.

From the North

Exit Interstate 90/94 on to Highway 151, which becomes East Washington Ave. in Madison.

From the South

Coming from the South, exit Hwy 12/18 on to Park St. going north to W. Washington Ave. which leads to downtown.

From the East

Follow Highway 151, which becomes East Washington Ave. to the square.

From the West

Follow University Ave. headed east. It will turn into Campus Drive and then West Johnson Street. Stay on West Johnson Street until you cross State Street. Take the first right, which is Carroll Street and park in the State Street Capitol Garage.

Biking

Many dedicated paths and bike-friendly routes into downtown Madison make it easy to get to the Farmers’ Market. Bring your backpack, saddle bags, or bike trailer to carry the many fresh and wonderful products available at the Dane County Farmers’ Market on the Square. Ample bike parking is available around the Capitol Square–and it’s free.

Madison’s bike share program Madison BCycle offers another easy way to get to the market and skip the traffic, with over 40 stations in the downtown and surrounding areas. Learn more at https://madison.bcycle.com/.

Take the Bus to the Market

Madison Metro Transit provides bus service to and from the Capitol Square.

You can find more information by visiting https://www.cityofmadison.com/... You can enter the 'Dane County Farmers' Market' as your destination on the Google Transit Planner.

Downtown city parking

Parking

Most of the parking for Market is street parking or City-owned garages and lots. You can find more information, by visiting https://www.cityofmadison.com/...

The maximum price for ramp parking during the Market (weekend rate) is usually $8. Occasionally the Market may coincide with a Special Event, in which case the pay-on-entry fee is $8.

Accessibility

The City of Madison has parking spots for Persons with Disabilities in all City lots and on the ground-level of City garages. Information on accessible parking can be found at http://www.cityofmadison.com/p...

Wheelchair-accessible entrances to the Wisconsin Capitol and located between the wings of the Capitol. There is elevator-access throughout the Capitol, with restrooms on many levels, including accessible stalls.

Pet Policy

Pets are not permitted at the Saturday Market, per Wisconsin Administrative Code 2.14(2). This is for public health and food safety reasons. Service animals are allowed.