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Bird in Hand Farmers Market

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2710 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird in Hand, PA 17505-9706
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This is a fully "contactless" tour. You drive in the comfort and convenience of your own car, and our guide leads you using our mini bus. Whatever our guide says comes through your car's FM radio. Unlike a taped tour, or an app on your phone, this tour will be up to date moment by moment tailored to whatever is happening in the Amish farmland at the time.
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Eve26 wrote a review Nov 2020
New York City, New York239 contributions73 helpful votes
I usually enjoy the Farmers Market and the fresh vegetables and local specialties they offer. Knowing the market can become quite crowded we arrived early. Many vendors and customers were not wearing masks. Due to this I made this visit short . While glad to see market hasn’t changed look forward to a longer more enjoyable visit next trip
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Date of experience: November 2020
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biged555 wrote a review Nov 2020
lancaster, pa77 contributions27 helpful votes
Okay, it's Thanksgiving in the year 2020. The year of the virus. (Think bubonic plague in the 14th century-but don't think too hard!! It's not that bad-we are not stacking bodies in the streets!) My wife's family...violated all state protocols and came down here for from New York for the holidays. (3 out of 4 were licensed RN's-I'll take my chances with them!!!) We stopped at BIRD IN HAND FARMERS MARKET to show them the "Real Lancaster County". (We had just had Thanksgiving dinner the previous day which included "Providence" sweet corn from our farm. (seed purchased from P. L. Rohrer-just down the road to the west-an obvious plug_) This place is not obvious LANCASTER COUNTY, it is a bit more subdued....Most of the food at this farmers market is the REAL THING! Just a bit more expensive. The touristy stuff is....well...touristy. I was comfortable taking my relatives to this place. More than I can say for a lot of Lancaster!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Mike C wrote a review Nov 2020
Whitefish, Montana1,869 contributions179 helpful votes
Had a nice time perusing the market and seeing the many crafts, foods and candies they have to offer. We sampled and purchased some fudge, which was delicious and fresh.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Amy K wrote a review Nov 2020
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One of our must stop places 3 to 4 times a year. We love the homemade decor especially the signs in the one shop I add to my collection each time I go. Homemade treats and lunch is available there. We also like to purchase Amish Orgins Deep Penetrating Pain Relief Ointment have never seen it elsewhere helps my rheumatoid arthritis. Add on to this trip about 2 miles away is Bird in Hand Bake shop wish I brought a bigger ice bags for all the wonderful desserts that needed to be kept cold. Accross the street is also a bakery type shop with ice cream and bakery items you can't go home hungry and throw away all those diets for a day and indulge in desserts!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Chrissac wrote a review Oct 2020
Wakefield, Massachusetts49 contributions74 helpful votes
This market could have been so good, it had many things I was looking for. The problem was that there were very few vendors working with masks on and no one handling food had gloves on. Even those serving food at the diner counter were not wearing masks or gloves. Isn't there a Board of Health that oversees these places? Surprisingly, shoppers are required to wear them, and luckily everyone did. I made a point of only making purchases from those who had masks on, and thanked them for wearing them. I was too uncomfortable to shop for long.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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