Our mission is to create an environment for farmers and residents to mutually benefit from a market of locally produced items. To this reason, every market vendor is required to personally produce all of the items that they sell so that everyone purchasing foods, flowers, or crafts can trust that they are receiving only the finest products. The Market Manager does reserve the right to allow some items that are not personally produced but that do fit our criteria of healthy, wholesome, nutritious food.
The Market is located at Playwicki Farm, 2350 Bridgetown Pike, Feasterville, PA 19053. The Market runs every Wednesday, RAIN or SHINE, from June thru October, from 3:00 to 6:00 PM.
Application process is now open for certified producers, local artisans, and natural vendors.
For more information, call 215-357-7300 x326 or click here to contact us.
To see a short video of last season, please click here.
Much of Playwicki Farms importance lies in its evolution over time, with the overall history of the site combining to paint a picture of Bucks County from hundreds of years ago through today. The "Farm Story" is such an important part of our heritage but is rapidly disappearing from the Lower Bucks area. Playwicki Farm was once a thriving, working farm with a popular farm stand at the triangle on Bridgetown Pike. Although produce is no longer grown at Playwicki Farm, we are pleased to offer you The Farmers Market at Playwicki Farm. The atmosphere is casual, the open air commerce enticing, the goods fresh, and the result we hope will be remarkable.
All the fruits and vegetables at the market are from local farms, grown in-season, in healthy soil, and picked ripe - giving us the best possible nutritional content, not to mention the best flavor. You will be buying produce that was picked just hours before your purchase.
As a group, small family farms grow an incredibly varied mix of fruits and vegetables, contributing to an important and healthy genetic diversity in our food supply. And this means more choices for those of us who like to eat! At the market you'll find different types of lettuces, greens, berries, tomatoes, peppers, potatoes, tree fruits, melons, squashes, and more. Many of these delicious varieties are simply not available in regular grocery stores.
Our other vendors present a wide variety of products ranging from handcrafted soap to handmade