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Very nice, small, farmer's market. This market has lots of interesting items - good food, handmade gift items, and Amish needlework craft items. I purchased some very attractive handsewn women's bags. The fabric has pictures of Amish life These were great, unique gifts! Now that...More
Definitely stop here to experience authentic Amish/PA Dutch food and crafts. Great selection from local farmers and purveyors. I found my beloved sand tart cookies which my grandmother used to make when I was a child, plus sweet lebanon bologna which I can't get in...More
Went specifically to purchase a shoefly pie. Delicious as always. We purchased fresh baked goods, homemade craft items and canned goods to bring home. Check schedule because they are not open 7 days. Bathrooms available in a separate building in the back.
Let’s face it, the whole “Amish” experience can be very touristy and come off lacking genuinely. This is small enough to not be so bad while offering the good things one would expect from an Amish market. My brother really liked the coffee and took...More
Located on route 340 in the heart of Amish country this market offers plenty to choose from . Farm fresh meats vegetables fruits and baked goods.
Most vendors offer samples, which makes decisions difficult. Definitely worth stopping in if traveling nearby.
Indoor Farmer's Market has several stores which offer Amish foods, crafts, and various other products. Very interesting to walk through all the stores, could spend hours in there. Bought some jars of jams, which are on display to taste test as well before purchasing. Worth...More
I have only ever been to Kitchen Kettle and Bird in Hand Farmers Markets. They have A lot of the same stuff. The Farmers markets has foods to use in cooking while Kitch e n Kettle has more touristy things. Visit both.