Explore the local offerings of Lancaster County Farmer's Markets
Lancaster County boasts some of the oldest farmer’s markets across Lancaster County and throughout the country. These Lancaster County markets offer hidden treasures and local goodies at every one. Whatever finds you’re searching for, Lancaster County farmer’s markets have them waiting for you.
Enjoy fresh product from local farms, baked goods, traditional Pennsylvania Dutch dishes, and more. In addition to the tasty treats, the markets offer gift shops, craft stores, fresh cut flowers, and other finds.
When planning your stay, be sure to carve out some time in your itinerary to enjoy a slow Saturday morning or afternoon trip to any of Lancaster County’s historic markets. Grab a coffee, enjoy some food, and take in all of the wonderful Lancaster County culture.
Lancaster County Farmer’s Markets include:
and many others!
Lancaster city was designated as a market town in 1730, home to many markets including Lancaster Central Market, the oldest, continuously running public farmers’ market in the country.
At Lancaster Central Market, more than 60 local vendors call the beautiful 1889 Market House home every Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday morning. Your first step inside is sure to highlight all that Lancaster County has to offer.
In the market, you can expect to find an abundance of produce from the deeply nutrient-rich soils native to the local landscape; an array of prepared foods representing the proud cultural diversity of the county; and locally sourced meat, poultry, cheeses, and more.
Whether you're planning a huge family reunion, a blissful two-week honeymoon, or a romantic weekend getaway, we promise you'll make memories while you stay.