Bird in Hand Farmers Market

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Bird in Hand Farmers Market

Bird in Hand Farmers Market
4.5
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
About
The Bird-in-Hand Farmers Market is a favorite destination for locals, as well as out-of-town visitors. It features tons of delicious offerings, including fresh meats, cheese and produce, a wide variety of baked goods, chocolates and candies, bulk foods, spices, coffee and loose leaf tea, locally made chips and hard pretzels, hand-rolled soft pretzels, fresh-squeezed lemonade, apple cider, made-to-order subs, fried chicken and rows of homemade canned goods. Come for a traditional Pennsylvania Dutch style lunch or opt for something more portable, such as a soft pretzel-wrapped hotdog, and eat while you stroll the aisles in climate controlled comfort. Looking for a gift or souvenir? The Market offers locally made crafts and quilts, dried and silk flower, old fashioned toys, dolls and doll clothes, quality leather goods, t-shirts, and locally themed souvenirs. Visit the Bird-in-Hand Farmers Market for mouth-watering aromas and bountiful displays.
Suggested duration
< 1 hour
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susanwinetasting
Putnam, CT499 contributions
Oct 2021
When nearby we always stop and usually purchase food. There are always fresh vegetables and meats as well as bulk food items. I like to stock up on spices and dip mixes. There is plenty of parking and restrooms in a building in The back parking lot. There is a second building with souvenirs, furniture and gifts. You could spend 15 minutes or several hours. There is also bus parking and many tour groups stop there. Be aware that not all vendors are Amish and many of the items can be purchased elsewhere.
Written January 5, 2022
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62barb53
Greenville, NC266 contributions
Oct 2021 • Couples
The bakery, baked items, meats were delicious. The root beer float was yummy!! The gift shops are mostly made in China souvenirs.
Written October 8, 2021
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dondee2
Enfield, CT226 contributions
Sep 2021 • Couples
This market is so charming. The goods are displayed well with a good mix of produce, food products, crafts and toys.
We ate breakfast at the counter today and it was delicious and priced low.
Written September 30, 2021
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NikaJunie
Jersey City, NJ338 contributions
Aug 2021
This is a must-see if you are visiting Pennsylvania Amish Country, especially for foodies. Plan to buy something to eat immediately or take home. If you are a local, you already know about this place and maybe do some of your shopping here. This indoor market consists of stands selling (mostly) local fruit and vegetables, typical Pennsylvania Dutch baked goods, meat, bulk dry goods, candies, and herbs and spices. There is a lunch counter and a stand selling high quality small leather goods like gloves, belts, and hats. You'll probably find a lot of confused tourists milling around the entrance, but patiently and politely work your way into the market. Check the days and times it is open before you go.
Written September 3, 2021
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Jellybean916
Staten Island, NY14 contributions
Aug 2021 • Couples
This place is HUGE! Def worth the visit, they have so much stuff available- it’s a one stop shop for sure and will def be back!
Written August 21, 2021
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The Sushi Guy 🍣
Long Island, NY12,375 contributions
Aug 2021 • Family
This is a wonderful place to shop for food, produce, and all anything else you can think of. Prices are very reasonable. On a 97 degree day, this was the cool place to be. We bought popcorn, peaches, cookies, and a few souvenirs. This is a find and you will enjoy it!
Written August 19, 2021
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stulimom
Bonita Springs, FL843 contributions
Jun 2021
We love to stop in here for some fresh pies and other goodies to eat and/or bring to relatives. This time I was also pleased to find an adorable hand-made doll to bring to a youngster at a very reasonable price. The fruit pies were delicious and other fruits and vegetables were available. We also bought a grinder sandwich for the road which was tasty.
Written July 18, 2021
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Killahbee911
Bear, DE18 contributions
Jul 2021 • Family
This was our first visit, we stopped on a whim. We were excited to look around and spend some money. However, the women who was running the shop on the top floor (on Sat 7/17 at 330) was extremely rude to my children about trying on scarves and not buying them. Really?! Who said we weren't buying it! She then claimed they have 'very particular customers'.. Well hell I could have been one but that lady ruined it.

The rest of the lace seemed amazing but she put a really bad taste in our mouths over that.
Written July 17, 2021
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j_edpie
Van Voorhis, PA142 contributions
Jul 2021 • Friends
Great market not far from our hotel in nearby Paradise, PA. This is an indoor, air conditioned market which was nice as it was very hot and humid every day during our trip to Lancaster County. There are a lot of booths in this market and they do ask that you pay for your items at the booths before moving on to another booth. My friend and I found a lot to spend our money on here. I check out all the meat and cheese booths before deciding which booths to buy from. We found lots of jam, jelly, pickle, and relish items to buy. There were fresh baked breads, pie, whoopie pies, cookies, bulk noodles, candy, lots of crafts, fresh coffee, frappes, two hot lunch counters, soft pretzels, cider, etc., etc., etc. I bought quite a bit of cheese, some beautiful ham hocks, slab bacon, and a couple tiny jars of jelly I wanted to try. The one meat and cheese booth had samples of cheese and had a neat toothpick dispenser that was a no touch dispenser on of the girls said she found on Amazon. I bought some of ghost pepper cheese from this booth because it was so good, hot, but good. (It is very hot as ghost peppers are hot of the hottest peppers there are, so be forewarned!). I also bought some sausages from this booth because they had different flavors I wanted to try, jalapeño, pepper & onion, and cheddar. I also like that I could just buy a couple of each & didn’t have to buy a pack of 5 or 6 of all one flavor. Everyone we spoke with was so friendly and helpful. My friend got one of the mocha frappes at the coffee booth and said it was fantastic. I got a fresh squeezed lemonade because I like lemonade with no sweeteners in it and it was so refreshing.
Written July 15, 2021
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Steve R
Gordonville, PA25 contributions
Mar 2021
The BEST local food PEROID!!! Amazing experience!!! we ALWAYS shop there!!! Allowing people to be FREE!!!
Written June 29, 2021
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Bird in Hand Farmers Market is open:
  • Wed - Sat 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM