Lancaster Central Market: Explore the Oldest Farmers Market in the USA by Tiffany Zook

U.S. Travel
3 months ago
Lancaster Central Market: Explore the Oldest Farmers Market in the USA

If you love homemade baked goods, fresh produce, smoked cheese, meats and jerky, blended smoothies, locally roasted coffee and homespun crafts, you will love the oldest running farmers market in the U.S. located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Open Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, walking the indoor Lancaster Central Market is just dreamy. It’s a one-stop shop for all your culinary cravings.

Designated as a market town in 1730, the City of Lancaster is home to Lancaster Central Market, the oldest, continuously running public farmers market in the country, according CentralMarketLancaster.com. "More than 60 local vendors call the beautiful 1889 Market House home three days each week, when it opens its doors to welcome the surrounding community. A step inside is sure to highlight all that Lancaster County has to offer. A walk through its aisles will 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."

Stop in during your next visit to Amish Country!

Lancaster Central Market is located at 23 North Market Street, Lancaster, PA 17603.

Photos: Lancaster Central Market Facebook

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Elisa All Schmitz 30Seconds
This looks like my kind of place. It reminds me a bit of Pike Place Market in Seattle. I just love all the fresh foods and offerings. Thank you for sharing, Tiffany Zook !
Marge Jesberger
I too have been there. It is a great destination for culinary cravings.

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