Helping Protect the Natural Resources of Wake County, NC

Downtown Raleigh Farmers Market

the Friends of Wake SWCD is a sponsor of the 2012 market and on June 6, we will have a booth set up as the showcase sponsor organization.

Visit Us

Look for the market on Wednesday from 10am to 2pm in City Plaza on the 400 block of Fayetteville Street.The relocation to City Plaza on Fayetteville Street places the market at the core of downtown activity. The plaza is surrounded by downtown’s largest office towers: BB&T Building, Bank of America Building, and Progress Energy Plaza. It’s the center stage for Raleigh’s visitors, workers, and residents. In addition to the highest quality farmers and food artisans, the 2012 season will feature food festivals, chef demonstrations, tastings, and weekly entertainment.

The market is open rain or shine!

Take the R-LINE!

Experience the R-LINE, an eco-friendly approach to urban transportation. This FREE circulator service features hybrid electric buses that will connect you to restaurants, retail, entertainment venues, museums, hotels, and parking facilities in downtown Raleigh. Buses run every 10-15 minutes, so whether you’re a resident, employee or visitor, it’s a great new way to get around downtown.

The following stops are conveniently located near the market:  R13: Raleigh Covention Center, R14: Performing Arts Center and R15: City Center Deck.
Click here for map and all stop locations.
Click here for real time status.

Ample Parking

Hannover Parking Deck, 434 S Salisbury St
Charter Square Parking Deck, 502 S Wilmington St
Cabarrus Street Parking Lot, 100 E Cabarrus St
Convention Center Underground Deck
, 1 E Lenoir St
Cabarrus Street Parking Lot, 100 E Cabarrus St

In addition, ample on street metered parking is available on the blocks nearby.

1 Comment

  1. Robin Hamond

    Great article Patrick!