Are dogs allowed?
Is smoking allowed?
What is available at the Market?
City Market has more than 30 daily merchants and a Farmers Market and Vintage Sale on Saturdays and Sundays. Experience the possibilities. All local. All year.
- Shop an eclectic mix of one-of-a-kind shops and boutiques.
- Taste flavors from around the world at a wide variety of restaurants and cafes.
- Gather fresh and imported ingredients, bulk spices and more from specialty grocers and produce stands.
- Visit the region’s largest Farmers Market for locally grown produce, prepared foods, baked goods, handcrafted & vintage items.
- Explore our historic past in the 5th Street Lobby Exhibit and at the Arabia Steamboat Museum.
- Host a private event or fundraiser in KC’s most unique setting.
- Discover a world of sights, sounds, and attractions for the whole family.
In compliance with City ordinance and to maintain the health and safety of patrons, smoking is not permitted inside City Market buildings, shops, restaurants, walkways or common areas including the Farmers Market sheds.
What produce is available?
City Market has two produce dealers, Global Produce & Cristina’s Produce located on the west side of City Market that is open every day. They sell a wide variety of produce at prices lower than typical grocery stores. While some of their inventory is locally-grown and seasonally driven, some are also sourced nationally and internationally and provide customers with year-round access to fresh fruits and vegetables including citrus and tropical produce. City Market also hosts the region’s largest Farmers Market on Saturdays and Sundays year-round. Growers from a 500-mile radius sell their produce in the sheds in the center of City Market Square. Their inventory varies with the season.
Where can I park?
Public parking is available on-street and in public lots. City Market Square is closed to parking during the Farmers Market April through October. Surrounding parking lots are open year-round. For more information, click here.
Where can I use my SNAP/EBT benefits?
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits are accepted by many Farmers Market vendors. Find out more here. City Market specialty grocers including Cristina’s Produce, Global Produce, Carollo’s Grocery, Alhabashi Mart and Crossland Market accept EBT transactions but cannot accept SNAP or Double Up Bucks tokens.
Do I need cash?
How can I find a City Market Brick?
Is there free Wi-Fi access?
Is there wheelchair/stroller access?
Did you lose or find something?
Where can I stay near the City Market?
Can I hold an event at City Market?
City Market is a unique place to host a special event! We’ve hosted weddings, fundraisers, corporate events, class reunions, and company picnics. City Market has open-air and climate-controlled facilities as well as City Market Park for event space to suit your vision. Please see Leasing, Permits & Applications or submit an event here.
Is there a place to store my luggage?
Can I be a seller at the market?
Can I perform for tips at the market?
For more information about performing at the market, click here.
Can my student/community group perform at the market?
Can I petition, preach, demonstrate or hand out pamphlets at the market?
Can I film or photograph?
City Market is a scenic place to stage a production. For our commercial film and photography guidelines, check out our news and media section.