Lehigh Valley’s Farmers Markets

Lehigh Valley is home to 15 local tailgate farmers markets, all selling farm-fresh produce and artisan goods. Artists, bakers, cheese makers, and more converge each week to provide the best in locally made products. Let your appetite carry you through Lehigh Valley, stopping at notable farmers’ markets and farm stands in the region. From locally grown produce to specialty drinks, food trucks, live entertainment, and artisan crafts and decor, you can shop for hours. 

On Saturdays, browse the Easton Farmers' Market, the nation’s oldest continuously operating open-air market located in Scott Park, or on Saturdays in summer, expect to find the charming Bethlehem Rose Garden Farmers Market humming with activity. Vendors selling produce and local goods set up around the park so locals can load up on fruits and veggies, local honey, free-range meats, cheese and dairy, and specialty products like kombucha, coffee, pierogis, fruit pies and more! The Emmaus Farmers Market (Sundays) is a local weekly gathering, with the goal of “providing the community with safe, local, highly nutritious produce while educating on the benefits of supporting local agriculture to preserve farmland.” The array of vendors is impressive; all of them located within 75 miles of the market and #madeinpa, and everything sold at the market must be grown or made by the person selling them. Visit the historic Allentown Fairgrounds Farmers Market (weekends), which features over 60 vendors.

The Greater Lehigh Valley carries a rich agricultural history that continues to thrive. Agritourism in Lehigh Valley lets you learn about where your food comes from, see agriculture in action, and experience what life on a farm is like. From "You-Pick or Pick Your Own", seasonally fruits to tours, wine tastings, and so much more, farms across the Valley offer so many ways for you and your family to escape the daily grind, enjoy the peace of the rural Lehigh Valley, and shake the hands that feed you.Discover the freshest fruits, veggies, and handmade goods at the multitude of farmers markets listed below. And be sure to check out some local Lehigh Valley farms and farm stands for what's in season.