The Hilo Farmers Market is a must-see experience when you are on the Big Island. Over 200 local farmers and crafters sell their produce, crafts, gift items and tropical flowers in a festive outdoor atmosphere that recalls back to the old "plantation" days of early Hilo.
Located at the corner of Mamo Street and Kamehameha Avenue in historic downtown Hilo, it's open all year round. Big Days are:
Wednesday and Saturday
6:00 am - 4:00 pm.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday
7:00 am - 4:00 pm.
Tropical fruits and vegetables grown right here in the Hawaiian Islands. We have several vendors with certified organic produce too. Our newest vendor is 7th Sister located inside the building. The list of vendors is always changing, but here are some of the products you can find at the Market this month:
Fruits - Jack Fruit - Longan - Mango - Papaya - Pineapple - Rambutan - Strawberries - White Pineapple. If you are looking for Mangosteen, Dragon Fruit, Passion Fruit, White Pineapple, Lychee, Atemoya, Sour Sap, Sapote, Chico, and many more…
Vegetables - Baby Ginger - Bitter Melon - Bok Choy - Eggplant - Hydroponic Lettuce - Organic Spinach - Sweet Corn - Warabi
Flowers and Plants - Anthuriums - Bonsai Plants - Herbs - Orchids - Protea - Tropical Flowers
Specialty Food Items - Awa Juice/Powder/Root - Coconut Pastries - Fresh Fruit Popsicles - Jelly (Ohia, Lemon) - Peruvian Tamales - Portugese Bread - Local Seafood Delights including ahi, opihi, uhu, dried fish, fish sausage
Crafts and Gift Items - Beads - Bongo Drums - Clothing - Jewelry - Pareos - Puka Shell Anklets - T-shirts - Woodworks
If you are looking for the best deals on produce or a special gift that says "Big Island", you'll find it at the Hilo Farmers Market!
Adjoining the Farmer's Market there are 80+ craft, merchandise and food vendors. A fun place to shop for that special souvenir or gift!