The Boston Public Market is open Monday – Thursday from 8am – 9pm, Friday & Saturday from 8am–10pm and Sunday from 10am-9pm.
Holiday Closures (please check our social media handles or our website homepage closer to these holidays for confirmation)
New Years Day: Closed
Memorial Day: Closed
4th of July: Closed
Labor Day: Closed
Thanksgiving Day: Closed
Christmas Eve: Closing at 3pm
Christmas Day: Closed
New Years Eve: Closing at 3pm
What businesses are located in the Market?
The BPM features about 30 New England food producers and artisans offering fresh foods, prepared meals, crafts, and specialty items. For a full list of vendors click here.
What types of products do the vendors carry?
What’s exciting about visiting the BPM is that no two days are the same. As a Market that focuses on seasonality, all of our vendors feature products that highlight New England’s four seasons, including fresh produce, meat and poultry, eggs, dairy, seafood, baked goods, specialty items, crafts, and prepared breakfast, lunch, and dinner options. To get an idea of what’s in season, click here to visit our delivery service page.
To learn more about what grows in Massachusetts, click here.
Do you deliver?
We’re excited to announce our new delivery partnership with Mercato, bringing fresh, local items from our farms & vendors straight to your door! Learn more on our delivery page.
Do you sell gift cards or gift baskets?
We sell BPM gift cards in amounts of $25, $50, and $100, which can be used at any vendor. Click here to order your gift card online for shipping or pick up from the Market. Gift Cards are also sold in the Market during our regular business hours – simply check at the info desk or ask any vendor to contact our Manager on Duty. BPM gift baskets are typically available in November and December. Many individual vendors also sell their own gift cards and baskets. Check their websites or stalls for more information.
Do you accept SNAP/EBT?
We provide year-round access to fresh, healthy food to consumers of all income levels. BPM vendors are proud to accept SNAP/EBT for all eligible market products purchased in-person.
Is there a lost and found?
We’re sorry you lost something! We hold on to turned in lost items for two weeks before donating or disposing them. Click here to contact us.
Is the Market kid-friendly?
There are often kids activities happening in the Market. Check our happenings page for upcoming events!
Are animals allowed in the Market?
Unfortunately, no, even cute ones are not allowed. The City of Boston’s Health Department will not permit any animals inside the building since we are a food establishment. Certified service animals that are specifically trained to aid a person with a disability, however, are always welcome.
Is parking available?
The BPM sits conveniently underneath the City of Boston’s Parcel 7 parking garage. Any vendor can validate your parking ticket upon purchase to give you 3 hours for $3. After the 3-hour limit, regular rates apply.
How do I get to the Market from the T?
The BPM sits conveniently on top of the Haymarket T station. Take the Orange line or Green line (C or E) to “Haymarket” and you will find the BPM at 100 Hanover St. as soon as you get out of the station. You may find it helpful to look at the map at the bottom of our homepage.
The Boston RMV is in the same building as the Market, however, it’s address is listed as 136 Blackstone St. The main lobby can be accessed through the Market HUB or from the Market’s outside plaza.
How do I become a vendor?
We are looking to partner with local businesses that grow, raise, catch, or produce quality products in Massachusetts and New England. Click here to learn more about how to become a vendor.
Are you hiring?
Vendors take responsibility for hiring their own staff. Applicants may visit this landing page to view job openings. If the Boston Public Market Association is hiring, the job description and application instructions will be posted on this site.
How can I partner with you?
Get in touch! We are always looking for ways to get more involved in our surrounding community. Please start by contacting our Chelsea Doliner at firstname.lastname@example.org
How can I donate?
The nonprofit Boston Public Market Association developed and operates the Market. Your donations support our mission to create opportunity for the independent farmers, fishers, and food entrepreneurs of New England, and to nourish our community with food experiences. Click here to donate.
Are there any upcoming events?
Visit our Happenings page to learn more about what’s going on in the Market!