Real Farmers, Real Food.

We are currently planning for the opening of our 2018 season farmers' markets. We will manage 11 markets active in 2017, begin managing the Media and Ambler Farmers' Markets, and open a new market on North Front Street, all with the active engagement of local community partners. These markets wth anticipated opening dates are listed below. Note that the first markets lists are open year round.

Our markets are producer only - with very few exceptions -  all our proiducers - farmers and food artisans from the Philadelphia area must grow, raise, or produce the items they sell thus providing market communities with fresh foods produced in the region. At your community market, you can meet the people who grow and make your food. Visit our markets to shop from local farmers and food artisans. Experience the changing seasons as the crops reach their peak flavor.

Most vendors accept credit and debit at their stands.


University Square Market: 36th & Walnut Streets in front of the Penn Bookstore

PennCash & Dining Dollars accepted

Open Wednesdays, 10am — sunset, weather permitting.

Fresh fruits and vegetables from Beechwood Orchards; breads, rolls, muffins, cookies, granola, and more from Big Sky Bakery; many varieties of microgreens from MicroLeaf Farms; and spring flowers, potted plants, and cactus from PetAl Plants & Flowers; John & Kira's gourmet chocolates and candies.


Rittenhouse Square: 18th & Walnut Streets.

We will be open every Saturday during the winter 10am — 2pm.

One of the largest farmers’ market in Philadelphia, over 25 local farmers and food artisans every Saturday during the growing season.

Seasonal fruits and vegetables, herbs, flowers, plants, succulents, honey, plus sweet and hard cider from several local farms; sustainably raised meats, poultry, and eggs; Kennett Square mushrooms from Davidson’s Exotics; farmstead cheeses from Shellbark Hollow; seafood and shellfish from the Jersey Shore; shop for baked goods at Wild Flour Bakery, Flour & Oats Artisan Cookies, and Amaranth Gluten-free Bakery; local wine from Blue Mountain Vineyards and local whiskey from Red Brick; seasonal soups from Good Spoon; naturally fermented foods and kombucha; chocolates and candies from John & Kira’s; all natural soups and body care products from The Raw Spa; gourmet and seasonal chocolates, pastries, cookies, and cupcakes from Aurora Grace Chocolates & Bakery; handmade fresh pastas and sauces from Valente's Italian Specialties.

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Bryn Mawr: Lancaster & Bryn Mawr Avenues across from Ludington Library in the Amtrak Station parking lot.

From January to the end of April, open every first, third, and fifth Saturdays, 10am — 12pm.

Open March 17th, and 31st; April 7th and 21st.

The largest farmers’ market on the Main Line, over 20 local farmers and food artisans every Saturday during the growing season.

Seasonal fruits, vegetables, and herbs from Goose Lane Egg Farm, Urban Roots, and certified organic Two Gander Farm; Kennett Square from Davidson’s Exotics; Frecon Farms with the apples, plus makes sweet and hard cider; botanical medicine making and herbal tea blends from Tooth of the Lion Apothecary Farm; local honey and beeswax products from Greenway Apiaries; sustainably raised meats, poultry, ostrich, and eggs from Canter Hill; farmstead cheeses from Birchrun Hills and Shellbark Hollow; breads and baked goods from Wild Flour Bakery, Amaranth Gluten-free Bakery, and Firehouse Donuts; naturally fermented foods from Doc Pickle and The Cottage Kitchen;  locally roasted fair-trade coffee from Philly Fair Trade Roasters; natural soaps and body care products; seasonal Good Spoon soups, chocolates and candies, toffee popcorn, and Azim and his Mediterranean Cuisine.

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Chestnut Hill: Winston Road & Germantown Avenue in front of The Mermaid Inn, open year round.

We will be open every Saturday during the winter, 10am — 12pm.

Seasonal fruits, vegetables, and herbs from Rineer Family Farms, Fahnestock Fruit Farm, certified organic Landisdale Farm and Taproot Farm; shop for sustainably raised meats, poultry, and eggs at Taproot Farm, Canter Hill, Landisdale, and Rineer Family farms; a wide variety of fresh, seasonal mushrooms and foraged foods from Primordia Farm; delectable recipes inspired by the seasons from Market Day Canele; plus local honey from Randalia Hives, and the Foolish Waffles food truck.

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Rittenhouse Square: 18th & Walnut Streets, Tuesdays 10am-2pm

Re-opens May/June 2018.

The Fountain: East Passyunk Avenue at 11th & Tasker Streets

Re-opens May 2018.

Jefferson: 10th & Chestnut Streets, Thursdays 11am-3pm; may open March 29th with plants and flowers; other producers in mid-May, date to be determined.

Mt. Airy: On Carpenter Lane at Greene Street across from the Weavers Way Co-op, Thursdays 2-6pm

Re-opens July 2018, date to be

Gorgas Park: Ridge Avenue & Acorn Street, Fridays 3-7pm

Re-opens: Fridays, late May 2018, date to be determine

Swarthmore: Town Center Parking Lot, Saturdays 9:30am -1 :30pm. 

Re-opens May 5, 2018.

Ambler: W. Butler Avenue in SEPTA parking lot next to Trax Café, Saturdays 9am - 1pm.

Re-opens on May 5, 2018

Dickinson Square: Moyamensing Avenue & Morris Street, Sundays 10am - 2pm

Re-opens May 20, 2018.

Media: S. Edgemont Street between E. State and E. Main Street, Sundays 9am - 1pm

Re-opens May 13, 2018.


If you are interested in selling items you produce at our farmers' markets, please return to the home page and click on Sell Local Food.







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