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12 Farmers Markets in Philadelphia’s Western Suburbs

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These seasonal and year-round Main Line area farmers’ markets have everything you need, like farm-fresh fruit, sweets and more.

Ardmore Farmers Market

120 Coulter Ave., Ardmore

Whether you need a prepared meal from DiBruno Brothers, sweets from The Ultimate Bake Shoppe or the ingredients for a gourmet dinner, Ardmore has you covered.

Bryn Mawr Farmers Market

Lancaster Ave. between N. Bryn Mawr Ave and Morris Ave.

Coffee from Philly Fair Trade Roasters, goat cheese from Shellbark Hollow Farm, gluten-free desserts from Amaranth Bakery, and Taste of Puebla’s guacamole and pico de gallo make this farmers market a local favorite.

Growing Roots Partners Markets

Devon, Eagleview, Downingtown, Malvern, and West Reading

So many markets, so many farm-raised products to choose from.

Check out the beef from Malvern’s Carnicopa Meats pastas from Oley Ravioli in West Reading, and locally made beer from Deer Creek Malthouse in Eagleview. Note: the Devon market is closed for the season.


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Kennett Square Farmers Market

The Creamery of Kennett Square

Made in Northern PA, Whiskey Hollow Maple’s syrups and other products are the perfect addition to breakfast. Brandywine Bee Company’s honey, plus candles and soaps, are pantry must-haves. And get fresh eggs and grass-fed meat at Canter Hill Farm.

Lancaster County Farmers Market

389 Lancaster Ave., Wayne

From stuffed French toast to sandwiches, Angelo’s Cafe is perfect for picking up a quick meal. Countryview Barbeque offers roasts, chicken breasts, and ducks with seasonings included. Find quiches and tarts at La Delicatesse.

Media Farmers Market

Edgemont St. between Front and State Streets

Need apples? Sharrah Orchards has you covered. Locally made olive-oil? Check out Mediterra’s unique flavors. Homemade cosmetics? Nether Providence Soap Company’s deodorants and soaking salts fit the bill.

Oakmont Farmers Market

Grace Chapel Parking Lot

Want to keep your food fresh and clean? Bee Our Guest’s beeswax wraps has you covered. Locally-made rum and whiskey is available at Red Brick Craft Distillery. Try handmade, even sometimes personalized, sweets at Heavenly Sweet Chocolates.

Phoenixville Farmers Market

200 Mill Street

Haircare with an environmentally friendly touch is on tap at Green Ablutions, which sells products like plastic-free shampoo and conditioner bars. With ingredients from local farmers, Nomadic Pies are perfect for the fall season. Plus find high protein, low sugar nut butter at Nutty Novelties.

Photo by Melissa Jacobs | Nomadic Pie

Pretzel Park Farmers Market

Pretzel Park, Manayunk

Don’t miss Canned Fresh By Lois, award winning wine and ciders from Stone & Key Cellars, and 7 Fruits Raw Treats vegan desserts made from nuts and other whole foods.

Swarthmore Farmers Market

Town Center Parking Lot

From portabello to shitake and dozens of other varities are available from Davidson Exotic Mushrooms. Try the goat cheese, yogurt, and milk from Linden Dale Farms and get your lavender fix from Warwick Furnace Farm.

Upper Merion Farmers Market

Behind Upper Merion Township Building

Moisturizer, lip balm, shaving cream; Balanced Natural Skincare has everything you need for fall and winter self-care. Health & Tea sells unique flavors, plus go-to favorites like matcha, green and black tea.

Lucky Dog Treat Company has exactly what your pooch wants you to bring home.

Westtown Amish Market

1165 Wilmington Pike, West Chester

Brenda’s Flowers offers freshly cut blooms, Emma’s Healthy Choices sells essential oils and supplements and Pretzel & Log House has addictive soft pretzel flavors like steak-and-cheese, chicken, bacon, and ranch.