Bird-in-Hand Farmers Market, Bird in Hand

(4.3/5 based on 480+ reviews on the web)
Browse rows of Pennsylvania Dutch specialty items and other quality goods at Bird-in-Hand Farmers Market. Food items for sale include fresh baked goods, candies, hand-rolled pretzels, fried chicken, homemade canned goods, loose tea, friend chicken, and much more. You can even try a traditional Pennsylvania Dutch meal. Be sure to try a sample of the apple cider on your way in, and browse for Amish products and other souvenirs at the gift shops. The market is climate-controlled, so you can enjoy your time regardless of the weather. Check the website ahead of time for days and hours of operation. Plan to see Bird-in-Hand Farmers Market and other attractions that appeal to you using our Bird in Hand vacation builder.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • This is an "off season" visit--late December--so we found the market closed on Thursday when we arrived... however, a return the next day did not disappoint. In fact, we quite enjoyed the lack of crow...  more »
  • We visited during weekday but no food or grocery only craft and carpentry stuffs. We like the design and creative decorating goods 
  • Never go to the area without stopping here. Great local goods and products. Don't miss the delicious soft pretzels and the amazing apple fritters. Local meats and cheeses and maybe the best cider that...  more »
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  • This is a great place to stop for some fun shopping. We usually pick up some whoopie pies and some fun odds and ends. Also have great apple cider here as well. They have all sorts of shops here from fresh meat, fruit and vegetables, candies, and trinkets.
  • I have been going here almost every year for the past 40 years. I love it! The people are so nice and helpful. The food is delicious. Go to S. Clyde Weaver and get the chicken salad, it is to die for!!! Go to Good 'N Plenty for the breads that taste deliciously like cake. Yum!! I live in NY & love the yearly trip with my friends and family.
  • Its a nice small all around kinsa market they have bulk candys bulk baking ingredints home maed honey frome lical hives craft stores and eateries.
  • Plenty of things to buy, cakes, pies,bread,meats. Nice place to be inside and walk around.
  • Crowded but worth the time you will spend here just checking out everything on offer. I think you could easily spend at least a half a day or more here without a problem. This is a true farmers market because they have so many different things from baked goods, candy, housewares, and fresh meats.