Enrich your visit with a trip to one of O’ahu’s fresh and flavorful farmers markets.

Enrich your visit with a trip to one of O’ahu’s fresh and flavorful farmers markets.


Haleʻiwa Farmers Market

North Shore is worth it for the views alone, but you won’t be disappointed by the market’s array of locally grown produce and handmade crafts located at Waimea Valley!

Beautiful Waimea Valley 59-864 Kamehameha Hwy

Thursdays, 2pm to 6pm

Waialua Farmers Market

For a casual country experience, head out to the Old Waialua Sugar Mill on a Saturday to pick up North Shore goodies, affordable produce and while you’re here check out the historical mill and North Shore Soap Factory.

Waialua Sugar Mill, 67-106 Kealohanui St.

Saturdays 8:30am to 12pm


Ka Makana Ali’i Farmers Market

Experience an exciting weekly family-friendly farmers market featuring delicious fruits and vegetables, tropical plants and flowers, locally-made treats and prepared foods, all located centrally! Enjoy a stroll through the center as you sample products and discover unique handcrafted merchandise. Stay awhile and enjoy live local Hawaiʻian music, hula performances, entertainment and more.

91-5431 Kapolei Pkwy.
Ewa Beach, HI

Every Wednesday from 4pm – 8pm
Every Sunday from 11am – 3pm

Kailua Farmers Market

Kailua has two farmers markets during the week. Whether you decide to visit its larger market on Thursdays in front of Whole Foods or its smaller, but still charming Sunday morning market at Kailua Elementary School, both feature some of the best local products the island has to offer.

609 Kailua Rd., Located in the parking lot by Longs
Thursdays, 5pm – 7pm

Kailua Elementary School
Sundays, 9am – 1pm

Pearlridge Farmers Market

You’ll find vendors from the West side here who showcase sweet treats like mochi (Japanese sweet rice cakes) and trendy tropical infused lemonades.

Pearlridge Center, Pearlridge Uptown next to Macy’s
Saturdays, 8am – 12pm

Honolulu Farmers Market

If you’re in the area to watch a show at the Neil Blaisdell Center on a Wednesday evening, this is the place to go to grab something fast, natural, and delicious.

777 Ward Ave.
Wednesdays 4pm – 7pm

KCC Farmers Market

Located at Kapiolani Community College, this large sprawl of local vendors is like an outdoor shopping mall for the foodie and many make this their hotspot for Saturday brunch.

Kapiolani Community College 4303 Diamond Head Rd.
Saturdays 7:30am – 11am

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