Farmers’ Markets

University City is host to a growing number of farmer's markets, offering local and organic foods year round. These markets add value to our neighborhood, creating community and facilitating access to fresh and local produce. The Clark Park Farmers' Market, operated by The Food Trust, is one of the most popular markets in Philadelphia, and there are other seasonal markets and food stands throughout West Philadelphia

Clark Park

Clark Park is home to one of the largest and most well-populated farmers’ market in Philadelphia, and boasts over a dozen vendors managing tables piled high with organic fruits, heirloom vegetables, milk, eggs, cheeses, meats and more. But the Clark Park Farmers’ Market, operated by The Food Trust, is more than just an opportunity to buy food and flowers. It’s an integral neighborhood event, where neighbors and visitors come together to talk, shop, support local agriculture and meet the farmers who grow their food.  All of the farmers at the Clark Park markets accept WIC and Senior FMNP vouchers for fresh fruits and vegetables. The ACCESS/food stamps card is accepted at every stand at the market, excepting food trucks. For every $5 that customers spend using food stamp benefits, they receive a $2 Philly Food Bucks coupon that can be used on fruits and vegetables.

Contact: Email Lisa Kelly at lkelly@thefoodtrust.org

43rd St. & Baltimore Ave.
Saturday, 10am-2pm (year-round)
Thursday, 3pm-7pm (June through November) 

Learn more about The Food Trust or sign up for their Fresh Times Newsletter.

Vendors

  • Click here for vendor information at the Saturday market. 
  • Click here for vendor information at the Thursday market. 

Schedule

TUESDAYS

Drexel Tuesday Farmers Market
Where: Chestnut Square - Chestnut Street between 32nd and 33rd Streets
When: Tuesdays, 11am-3pm (April through November)
Products: Fresh and locally grown fruits, vegetables, and a variety of baked goods, canned and preserved fruits and vegetables
Learn more about this market.


WEDNESDAYS

University Square Farmers Market
Where: 36th at Walnut Street
When: Wednesday, 10am-2pm (May 4th through November 25th)
Products: Conventional vegetables, IPM fruit & berries, dairy products from pastured animals, Amish canned & baked goods, European-style baked goods, cut flowers

Farm to City Farmers Market
Where: Penn Bookstore at 36th and Walnut Street,
When: Wednesdays from 10am to 2pm from May through November

52nd & Haverford Wednesday Farmers' Market
Where: Haverford Avenue and North 52nd Street
When: Wednesdays from 1pm to 5pm from May through November
About: Established in 2005, this market is located in the Haddington neighborhood of Philadelphia. This market is very popular with the senior citizens residing nearby who claim that the market is a convenient and affordable source of fresh produce. Payment Accepted: Cash, SNAP/ACCESS cards, Philly Food Bucks and WIC and Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) vouchers.


THURSDAYS

Clark Park Farmers' Market
Where: 43rd Street & Baltimore Avenue
When: Thursday, 3pm-7pm (May through Thanksgiving); Saturday, 10am-2pm (year-round)
Products: Wide variety of organic and conventional produce, meat and dairy products, baked goods, cut flowers.
Learn about the vendors at this market.

Farmstand at the Walnut Hill Community Farm
Where: Market St., between 46th & Farragut Street
When: Thursdays, 4pm–7pm
Products: Fruits & vegetables grown onsite at the farm 


SATURDAYS

Clark Park Farmers' Market
Where: 43rd Street & Baltimore Avenue
When: Thursday, 3pm-7pm (May through Thanksgiving); Saturday, 10am-2pm (year-round)
Products: Wide variety of organic and conventional produce, meat and dairy products, baked goods, cut flowers.
Learn about the vendors at this market.

Farmstand & Winter CSA Pickup
Where: 5123 Baltimore Avenue
When: Select Saturdays: 10am–3pm • Dec 17 • Jan 7 & 21 • Feb 4 & 18 • Mar 4 & 18 • April 1 & 15
Learn about the dates and vendors at this market.