If you’re in search of a relaxing way to spend your Sunday morning, then consider visiting Galveston’s Own Farmers Market. Located at the Bryan Museum, the market features an assortment of local vendors who all open for business at nine in the morning every Sunday throughout the year. If you’re in need of farm-fresh produce during the week, the market is also at the Bryan Museum on Thursdays from 3 to 6 pm. Here are all the details:
Started in 2012, Galveston’s Own Farmers Market is a nonprofit organization that not only strives to provide the Galveston community with a source of delicious local food but also works to create a gathering place for community members to connect.
Since its founding, Galveston’s Own Farmers Market has grown considerably. Today, the market features over twenty unique vendors. These vendors sell locally grown produce as well as homemade goods ranging from fresh salsa to goat’s milk popsicles. Craving fresh bakery goods? Try Galveston Bread. Are you in desperate need of some juicy blueberries? Stop by Wilson Blueberry Farm’s stand. Whatever you’re in the mood for, the market has something delicious for you.
The home of the market, the Bryan Museum, is more than worth the trip even when Galveston’s Own isn’t around. Featuring seven unique galleries and frequently hosting even more, the museum displays a number of antiques, art pieces, and cultural curios that provide visitors with an insight into the history of Texas and the American West. Has the farmers market closed for the day but you’re still in the mood to explore? You’re in luck since the Bryan Museum is open until 5 pm on Sundays.Back to all posts