The Best & Freshest on Oʻahu
As Hawaiʻi grows its agricultural presence throughout the islands, more and more people are becoming aware of the benefits and flavors of local, sustainably-grown foods. Come down to the market and meet the farmers, food producers, and innovators that are turning trends into a way of life. Browse, taste, and take home the best fruits, vegetables, and flowers. Purchase top-quality beef, aqua-cultured seafood, baked goods, hand-made pasta, local honey, coffee and so much more!
For days and times visit Hawai‘i Farm Bureau
A Variety of Delights
This is a true farmers’ market. Our growers and food crafters are eager to tell you about their products, how they’re grown, and the best way to prepare them at home.
Stroll through the many aisles of locally-grown fruits, vegetables, and plants. See the abundance our island has to offer and treat yourself to a delicious snack or homemade take-home treat.
You’ll find much more than food at the Farmer’s Market. Local growers and artisans offer fresh flowers and handmade items each week. Enjoy a variety of live entertainment. Come early & enjoy!
Come to Eat
A variety of restaurants prepare delicious plates each week. You’ll find freshly baked scones, oatcakes, and guilty pleasures to have with a cup of Hawaii-grown coffee or fresh-squeezed lemonade.
How to get here?
Kapiʻolani Community College
4303 Diamond Head Rd.
(Parking Lot C)
Bus routes #3, 22, 58 TheBus Routes & Schedules
Sponsored by The Hawai‘i Farm Bureau Federation
The Person with a Disability Pass
TheBus website has complete information for the Person with a Disability Pass and specifies qualification, cost, and contact information.
TTY: (808) 454-5045
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The Handi-Van is a paratransit service operated by the City & County of Honolulu for persons with disabilities who are unable to ride TheBus. The Rider’s Guide provides information on registration, fares, reservations, hours of operation, and more.
The Waikīkī Trolley
Find information on wheelchair-accessible trolleys in English and Japanese at the Waikīkī Trolley website, or by calling (808) 593-2822.