In 1780, Ontario's first Farmers' Market was set up in Kingston. Surrounded by prime agricultural land that's home to many farmers, the Kingston region continues to produce some of Ontario's finest fruits, vegetables, and wines.
Still in operation today, Kingston's original Farmers' Market
attracts locals and visitors alike to come and explore the many colourful stalls in Springer Market Square. In addition, Kingston is also home to the Memorial Centre Market
, which is 100% producer-run and has a strong local focus. The Farmers' Market at Queen's University
brings local food to the student community at Queen's during the school year.