Easton Farmers' Market
No trip to Easton would be complete without a stop at America's longest, continuously-running open-air market! Stop by Easton Farmers' Market for the freshest in local produce, baked goods, coffee, plants and artisan wares. Enjoy live music as you peruse each vendor's offerings.
The market features more than 30 vendors selling locally grown produce, pasture-raised meat and eggs, artisan cheese, fresh bread and baked goods, prepared foods, local wine, honey, and more. Browse what’s in season here. In addition, The Easton Farmers’ Market has live music, market chef demos, kids’ activities and hosts more than a dozen festivals, including the famous PA BaconFest in November. For a full list of special Saturday happenings and releases, click here for the calendar of events. Debit & EBT cards accepted.
Regular Season: Saturdays: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. (May - Dec.) - Scott Park on Larry Holmes Dr.
Established in 1752, the year of the City’s founding, the Easton Farmers’ Market (EFM) is the oldest, continuous open-air market in the nation. As a producer only market, the EFM is committed to providing a safe, transparent environment where consumers can shop with confidence, and purchase their food from trusted sources. All products sold at the EFM are locally grown and produced. The vast majority of the produce is naturally/organically grown. All meat and dairy are antibiotic and hormone-free. Animals are pasture-raised. Prepared food and ready-to-eat vendors source ingredients from local farms whenever possible. All farms undergo a full on-site inspection.