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    Published: June 20, 2019

    By: Frances Ellison

    • Photo by R. Kennedy for Visit Philadelphia™

    Tired of your mundane weekly trips to the grocery store? Switch things up--and support local businesses--by checking out one of Philly’s many farmers’ markets!

     

    Not only will you find the freshest produce and locally made foods, but it’s also a relaxing way to spend an afternoon. Some vendors even offer samples of their custom culinary creations, so we suggest you bring your appetite (and a reusable bag to haul everything home)!

     

    Here’s a list of some of our favorite farmers’ markets in the city and ‘burbs, but feel free to tweet us yours on TwitterFacebook and Instagram @Phillyfunguide!

    Sundays, 10am-2pm

     

    This South Philly market in Dickinson Square Park showcases local artists and crafters alongside seasonal produce, fresh baked goods, dairy products and sustainably raised meats.

    Saturdays, 9am-1pm

     

    Chestnut Hill has everything you love and expect from a farmers market, and it’s also a frequent location for Foolish Waffles, one of the best food trucks in the city!

    Saturdays, 9am-1pm

     

    Bryn Mawr's market is the largest on the Main Line, boasting over 20 local farmers and artisans. Choose from fresh produce, delicious food and spirits from local distilleries.

    Thursdays, 3-7pm; Saturdays, 10am-2pm

     

    Greensgrow isn’t just a giant farmstand, it’s also a community hub. All food is grown or sourced locally, and they offer a robust CSA program. 

    Thursdays, 3-7pm

     

    The Fairmount Farmers' Market is right across from historic Eastern State Penitentiary, and offers goats’ milk dairy products, fresh produce, fresh-baked pastries, artisanal breads and pop-up dessert shops. On 4th Thursdays, there’s also knife-sharpening service for all of you top chefs. 

    Sundays, 10am-2pm

     

    HeadHouse Farmers Market offers a reprieve from the hustle and bustle of South Street, allowing you to indulge in fresh fruits and vegetables from more than 50 rotating vendors, plus specialty wine and coffee sellers.

    Frances Ellison is the Assistant Manager of Digital Marketing for the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, and handles all things Phillyfunguide, including all digital content, social media and of course, the weekly Funsavers email. If you enjoy irreverently yelling into the void, read her portfolio. 

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