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These Farmers’ Markets Stock Fresh Produce Around the Main Line

Check out the fresh fruits, vegetables and handmade products that these farmers' markets offer Main Line area residents.

Farmers' Markets around the Main Line are a great way to spend a weekend.

From locally grown produce, fresh meats and cheeses to live music and unique home goods, farmers’ markets have something for everyone. These markets around the Main Line offer high-quality fresh goods from local vendors. Plus, many of the markets aim for products grown or made only by the producer to be sold. This supports the local agrarian and entrepreneurial economies while helping the environment, too.

So, what are you waiting for? Grab your reusable totes, find the market nearest you and have a blast while shopping fresh fruits and vegetables from Main Line area farmers.

Ardmore Farmers Market

120 Coulter Ave., Ardmore

This Suburban Square gem is right next to Trader Joe’s and open year-round as an indoor venue. The Ardmore Farmers Market has something for everyone, whether it be a quick lunch or ingredients for your next dinner party. Find DiBruno Bros’ selection of gourmet cheeses, fresh pastas and prepared foods among the many other amazing vendors at this market. Monday to Saturday, the market is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., but on Sundays be sure to get your shopping in before last call at 4 p.m. Come see for yourself all that this indoor market has to offer.

Berwyn Farmers’ Market

511 Old Lancaster Rd., Berwyn

The newest addition to the Main Line area’s array of top farmers’ markets is Berwyn. Open every Sunday, rain or shine, from May through December, find fresh produce, exciting raffles, top-notch artisans and more among over two dozen vendors. For shopping during the winter months, you’ll find Berwyn Farmers’ Market open on the second and fourth Sunday of each month from January through April.

Booths Corner

1362 Naamans Creek Rd., Garnet Valley

For over 50 years, the Amish and other local merchants have traveled to Booths Corner Farmers Market to sell their homemade and hand-picked products. With a wide variety of products including jewelry, comic books, candles, crafts items and fresh produce, it’s easy to spend a whole afternoon browsing Booths Corner. The market hours are 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. With over 80 vendors offering a unique array of food and goods for customers to enjoy, no visitor will leave Booths Corner hungry.

The Bryn Mawr Farmers Market

7 Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr

Shop for fresh produce at the Bryn Mawr Farmers Market, open every Saturday rain or shine. Conveniently located near the Bryn Mawr Train Station, the stalls are set up outdoors in covered tents, ensuring a classic farmers’ market vibe. While vendors are subject to change seasonally, some favorites include Birchrun Hills Farm, Deer Creek Malthouse, Philly Fair Trade Roasters, Aunt Mamie’s, Pleasant Corner Produce and Smoke Break BBQ, among others. From April to December, the market is open 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday. From January to March, the market is open from 10 a.m. to noon on the first, third and fifth Saturdays of the month.

The Downingtown Farmers Market

28 E Pennsylvania Ave., Downingtown

Looking for somewhere to find authentic Mexican food, local wine and fresh produce all in one place? The Downingtown Farmers Market is the spot for you! This market, open April 13 and 27 from 10 a.m. to noon and every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. May to December, has a wide variety of vendors to visit. Stop by to shop from notable names like Barking Dog Farm, Sirius Mushrooms, Dressler Estate, Vesta Kitchen and more.

Lancaster County Farmers Market

389 Lancaster Ave., Wayne 

Lancaster County Farmers Market has served the Main Line region with fresh, unique products from Lancaster County and beyond for more than 80 years. This market hosts an array of vendors with various wares, from meats and cheeses to flowers and home goods. Keep an eye out for Blue Rooster Gifts, Country Twist, Good Harvest Farms, Mainline Marketplace and many other vendors. Lancaster County Farmers Market is open every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain or shine.

The Media Farmers Market

98 S Edgmont St., Media 

The Media Farmers Market brings area farmers, residents and businesses together in support of the “Eat Fresh, Buy Local” movement. All products are raised, grown or handmade by the vendors, providing shoppers with the freshest produce straight from neighborhood farmers. This market is open on the first and third Sundays of each month from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. through May, but starting in June, the market is open every Sunday.

Oakmont Farmers Market

1 W. Eagle Rd., Havertown

Oakmont Farmers Market is a producers-only market that features locally grown food every Wednesday from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in April. (Starting in May, the market will close at 5:30 p.m.) At the Oakmont Farmers Market, visitors can find unique foods and goods like fresh mushrooms from Forgedale Fungi, wine from Enol Vinyards, fruit and jams from North Star Orchards and much more. The market is open during the winter months as well, but only on select dates and times, so check the website for updates. Visit Oakmont to buy fresh and eat local!

Phoenixville Farmers’ Market

200 Mill St., Phoenixville

Set along the blooming trees and bushes of French Creek Trail, local farmers and producers gather every Saturday in Phoenixville to share the fruits (and veggies!) of their labor. From 9 a.m. to noon, you can find hand-picked berries, fresh-laid eggs and bread still hot from the oven. Be sure to discuss recipes, ask questions and learn tips from the artisans working here, as they’re just as eager to teach you about their produce as you are to eat it.

West Chester Growers’ Market

Church and Chestnut St., West Chester

Since 1995, West Chester Growers’ Market has run strong, bringing in producers from throughout the region. Its motto is “shake the hand that feeds you,” and it hits just right. The close-knit group of vendors includes local artisans and bakers as well as growers and farmers. Head to downtown West Chester every Saturday from May through December, or every other Saturday through April, for fresh food, live music and activities for the kiddos.

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