The oldest market house in the United States, established in 1860, Broad Street Market is a Harrisburg institution and landmark. It is the local's favorite source of fresh, locally-grown, seasonal and organic produce, baked goods, meats, and prepared meals.
With more than 40 vendors offering everything from soft pretzels to ice cream, sandwiches and soups, the market is also a gathering place, where families come to have a meal and get supplies for the upcoming week. This market has something for any taste, even organic meals and a number of ethnic restaurants and groceries. Several quaint boutiques sell gifts and household items. The market is open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
1233 North Third Street, Harrisburg, PA 17102, Phone: 717-236-7923
Photo: Broad Street Market
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