Looking for things to do in San Luis Obispo? The SLO Farmers’ Market is a world famous year-round market located in downtown San Luis Obispo bringing together the best local produce, artisanal goods, barbecue, entertainment and more. Free and open to the public every Thursday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. March through October and 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. November through February, the SLO Farmers’ Market takes place on five blocks of Higuera Street between Osos Street and Nipomo Street in San Luis Obispo’s dynamic epicenter.Learn More
Stroll through the colorful vendor stalls, sample a range of prepared foods, including tamales, sweet treats and sizzling barbecue. Get ready to fill your bag with locally grown fruits and vegetables, local cheeses, honey, nuts, eggs, jams, olive oil, home goods, lavender products and more. A kid-friendly zone, seasonal events and live music round out the celebratory atmosphere.
Wondering how to get to the downtown SLO Farmers’ Market? Walk from Apple Farm Inn and enjoy the sights along the way. Driving? You’ll find three parking structures downtown and the first hour is free. Folks should note that the market is closed on Thanksgiving and only service animals trained to aid with a disability are allowed. Rain may cancel the event, so check online before you go.
Ready to explore the sights, sounds and flavors of San Luis Obispo County? We’ll see you at the Downtown SLO Farmers’ market, where long term residents and new visitors come together to celebrate all things locally grown. With close proximity to incredible shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities, you’ll never run out of things to do in Downtown San Luis Obispo each Thursday night. Happy strolling!