Reviews for: Plymouth Farmers' Market at Plimoth Plantation
Fan of the Market
By: Mary Mallon (Jun 25, 2014)
I love the Plymouth Farmer's Market, an abundance of fresh produce,fresh bake products,cheese,eggs,fish,,lobsters and much more in a fun atmosphere with live music. It's great!!!!!! Mary M
By: megan verdugo (Jun 19, 2014)
I have been a customer of the Plymouth Farmer's Market for many years. The Plimoth Plantation is a perfect location for all the local fresh veggies, local fruits, local meats (!) cheeses, amazing breads, baked goods, eggs and honey! Then there are the prepared food vendors: lobster rolls, donut holes, gluten free (!), to name a few. You can even pick up local art and crafts.
I am looking forward to trying the new prepared food vendors at the market this year! I love the idea of buying for the week, and staying for dinner! Beautiful location. Yay for local food!
BEST Farmer's Market in Massachusetts!
By: Shawna McAlearney (Jun 13, 2014)
If you like fresh, organic or low-pesticide produce you must shop here. Loads and loads of beautiful produce, even including organic garlic. Other vendors make delicious soups, pates, jams and jellies and much more. My 4 favorite vendors are (in no particular order) Plato's Harvest, Queen Bee Honey, Flour Girls Bakery and Jenny's Bread. Jenny's Bread is the best fresh bread you will find at any type of market -- bar none. And do not miss the opportunity to try her amazing chocolate buns or cheese buns! The drive to Plymouth is worth it!
Love Plymouth Farmers Market
By: Jeff Mallon (Jun 13, 2014)
Love the Plymouth Farmers Market at Plimoth Plantation. Great local farmers and food producers. Check out Jenny's Bread for awesome cheese buns made with Kate's butter and locally sourced cheese. Get there early because she usually sells out. Beautiful organic veggies from Plato's Harvest and Web of Life organic farm too. Live music, culinary demonstrations, lovely grassy field, lots of families and kids make this a fun and healthy community event. Every thursday June-October, rain or shine.
Skip the grocery store
By: (Jun 13, 2014)
I have been a vendor and/or a customer of the Plymouth Famers Market since it started as a handful of vendors at Stephens Field in Plymouth (it has grown to over 40 vendors!). You can get all manner of fruit and veggies, meats, fish, fresh cheeses and homemade pastas, prepared foods made using locally sourced ingredients. The super friendly vendors are always happy to talk to you about their growing practices, how the animals are raised, where their ingredients come from, how to prepare what you are purchasing, giving recipes and cooking tips. It is a strong and growing community that aims to make the shoppers feel like part of a family. The music, the grassy field, the incredible variety, the activities for the kids, the community groups supporting us, the cooking demos all add up to it being a Thursday afternoon event really, not just a shopping trip.