Booths Corner Farmers Market, Springfield - Delaware County

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4.2/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web
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  • My favorites are the white bread with no preservatives from the Bird In Hand Bake Shop and the Lancaster County Meats/Eggs. 
  • This Market was interesting, but not as great as some we have visited. A lot of it was flea market booths and an odd assortment of other sellers, cabinet designers, real estate, custom made furniture,...  read more »
  • This is a must if you are in the area. Stock up on Shoo-fly pie, freeze for later and enjoy. I also found non gmo spices, like organic non-gmo hemp seeds. Food is local and fresh. A really fun day. 
  • I love this place. We come nearly every weekend, and it's nice because it has so many awesome restaurant options to choose from: Cajun food, Greek/Mediterranean food, comfort food, Chinese food, tacos, french food, Italian food, etc.. In addition, the food at most of the places tastes super fresh, and the bakeries are all awesome! Overall, it's a GREAT farmers market!
  • Went to Boothwyn for Candy for my Daughters Baby Shower planning. The Candy Shops 100% with me. The have all kinds of Nuts and Candies to choose from. The furniture Shop Made by hand. I get my daughter a white swindle rocking chair for a baby present, She is going to love it. Great deals and many eateries too.
  • I've been going to thks place since I was three years old. Fast forward 32 years and I am still going. It's not as cool as it once was, but it still serves its purpose. Go there bright and early Saturday morning and get your produce, knick nacks and a hefty helping of beef jerky.
  • It's still awesome. Where else can you get fresh Amish food, fresh homemade jams, honey, breads and so on? The prices are always fair. You definitely feel like your going back in time a little every time you get there but it's still worth the monthly trip.
  • Huge, indoor farmers market with a great variety of food and little shops. A lot of the shops are like antique stores which I wasn't overly into, but the fresh baked goods are definitely worth going there for!
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