A mere 10-minute walk from the Burbank Town Center, there’s a fantastic farmers’ market in its 33rd year. Once per week, rain or shine (mainly shine – this is LA, after all), the Burbank Farmers’ Market offers its certified California-grown produce and products to the public.
One of the oldest Farmer's’ Markets in Southern California (over 30 years), all of our produce is certified California grown. Most of our produce is grown on family-owned farms – some of which have been in business for 100 years. All our farmers are inspected by the Los Angeles County Health Department.
A not-for-profit market, all proceeds go to the Providence Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation, and are used to help provide medical care for those who would otherwise be unable to afford it.
8:00 am to 12:30 PM
Olive Ave. & Glenoaks Blvd.
(In the Community Services Building parking lot)
Some tips for a smooth shopping experience:
- Arrive early—but not TOO early
- Bring your own bags
- Avoid some stress by parking a bit further away and strolling to the market
- Bring cash
- Leave the pets at home – unfortunately, they’re not allowed inside the market
- The closest public restroom is inside the Police/Fire lobby at 3rd & Orange Grove
- Bring an open mind and an empty belly!