Hilo Farmer’s Market

Stroll through the Hilo Farmer’s Market in downtown Hilo. This bazaar is held twice a week on Wednesday and Saturday mornings. Hilo Farmer’s MarketHere you will find fresh produce, fragrant flowers, colorful orchids, and local crafts. This is a great place to hunt for bargains on Hawaiian merchandise, including tourist t-shirts, and hawaiian aloha shirts.  Also, they have a great selection of clothing for kids.

Vendors from all over the Big Island gather in their stalls with fresh vegetables, fruits and flowers, cakes, cookies and preserves, ceramics, photographs and paintings. Looking for souvenirs? This is where you can save on a variety of clothing, handicrafts, presents for friends and family, and more.  You will find local handicrafts such as wood work, framing, weaving, pottery, jewelry, and more.

As you explore this marketplace, the scents of fresh papayas, pineapples, coconuts, mangoes, and more exotic rambutan fruits tease your sense of smell. Do you like fresh flowers, orchids and leis? Mail order your fresh Hawaiian Flowers.

Travel Itineraries

Only have one day to see Hilo?  Check out our Hilo & Volcano Itinerary for a one-day trip schedule.  If you are interested in exploring the natural beauty north of Hilo, check out our one-day Hamakua Coast Itinerary for a suggested schedule.


From the end of Rte 11 South (Kanoelehua), turn left onto Kamehameha. The market will be on your left at the intersection of Mamo and Kamehameha. Parking here is sparse, and if you do not arrive early, you may have to walk a little bit.

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