The Market at White River State Park in Downtown Indianapolis is excited to offer Indy residents and visitors the opportunity to support local farms and businesses! Located in the heart of the city, White River State Park’s iconic Celebration Plaza (the greenspace between the NCAA Headquarters and White River State Park Visitor Center) is the perfect location. The Market welcomes a large range of vendors offerings farm produce, meat, eggs, prepared foods and drinks, flowers, plants, and handcrafted artisan goods.
The Market will be held on the first and third Sundays during May and June so be sure to mark your calendar for May 2nd, May 16th, June 6th, and June 20th from 9:30AM-1:00PM!
This is a dog friendly event, and all pets must remain leashed while visiting the Park.
Free Yoga Series
In partnership with CITYYOGA, The Market will offer free yoga sessions from 9:00AM–9:45AM in the Celebration Plaza Amphitheater, adjacent to The Market. Bring a yoga mat if you have one, or use one of the mats provided and enjoy a morning flow with a beautiful view of the White River and Downtown Indianapolis. All experience levels are welcome!
The Market will host nearly 40 vendors offering fresh produce, meats, bread, drinks, plants, hand-crafted goods, and so much more!
Now accepting vendor applications for the 2021 Season!
Easy and accessible parking is available in White River State Park’s underground parking garage. Just enter the garage between the Eiteljorg Museum and Indiana State Museum on Washington Street just west of West Street. Due to construction limited parking is available in the surface parking lot just to the right of the light at Washington Street and Schumacher Way.
If you are ill, experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, or have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, please stay at home. In accordance with Marion County’s mask mandate, face coverings worn over the nose and mouth are required of all staff, vendors, volunteers, and visitors over the age of two who are medically able. Masks may only be removed when eating and drinking and once finished are required to be replaced. Masks are available for visitors as needed.
Booths are spaced at least 6 feet apart with ample room for attendees to maintain an appropriate distance while waiting in line. All high touch surfaces are frequently sanitized, and handwashing and sanitization stations are available thought The Market.