2022-23 season details coming soon.
Common Greens is thrilled to host its first indoor winter farmers market on the plaza level of the Ohio History Center! This location is centrally located and offers easy accessibility, abundant parking and natural light, and most importantly, shelter from the elements. Customers can expect to find a marketplace of over 30 local food and farm producers selling Ohio-grown produce, meats, dairy, eggs, baked goods and a variety of artisanal food products. As a bonus, guests to the Ohio History Center will be asked to "pay what you want" for museum admission during market hours, which means everyone will be able to access their educational resources regardless of income.
Restrooms available inside the Ohio History Center.
Payments Welcome: cash, credit SNAP/EBT and WIC FMNP.
Guarantee yourself a peck of Honeycrisp apples or dozen pastured eggs by placing a preorder! Shop online from all your favorite producers, pay once, and pick up on Saturdays directly from the producers’ booths. Online store hours: Tuesday 10 AM – Thursday 5 PM. You are also welcome to make purchases onsite at the market.
GETTING THERE & PARKING
Ohio History Center,
800 E 17th. Ave. 43211
Bus routes: #31 provides service to E Hudson and Hiawatha Park Dr, a 15-minute walk from the market.
Parking: Free parking is abundant just steps from the market!
Bike parking: Racks are available at entrance to Ohio History Connection.
On average, our producers travel 13 miles to bring their products to market.
Compare that to estimated 1,500 miles most grocery store produce travels to reach your plate and it's easy to see how the fruits and veggies you find at the farmers market are fresher, taste better, and are much more environmentally friendly!