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Easton Farmers MarketExplore Easton, PA and find yourself immersed in the city’s “Little Apple” vibe. Known for diverse restaurants, historic architecture, fun-filled festivals and two scenic riverfronts, you will experience an unforgettable escape with memories that will last a lifetime.

The Easton Public Market is the newest member of the Easton Market District that also includes the Easton Farmers’ Market (pictured to the right), America’s oldest continuously operating open-air farmers’ market founded in 1752.  The Easton Public Market features a passionate group of entrepreneurs, farmers and chefs who are committed to their craft. The market includes a butchery, fresh seafood, a bakery, artisan cheeses, a café, a chocolatier, local and sustainably-grown produce, specialty foods, a noodle bar, craft beer, wine, wood-fired pizza, crepes and BBQ; plus a demonstration kitchen, culinary events and classes.

In addition to a thriving downtown, Easton is equally proud of its diverse and architecturally-rich neighborhoods. Enjoy a walking tour of the city’s historic sites, a leisurely horse-drawn carriage ride through our historic district, or a pleasant mule-drawn canal boat ride along Hugh Moore Park. Make memories at the Crayola® Experience, National Canal Museum, State Theatre, Sigal Museum, Easton Farmers’ Market or Easton Public Market.

Easton is also home to Lafayette College, Weyerbacher Brewing Company, former heavyweight boxing champion Larry Holmes, internationally recognized film directors, artists and musicians, and is the county seat of Northampton County. The city is uniquely located within an 1-1/2 hour drive from New York City, Philadelphia or the Pocono Mountains. Come and enjoy the sightss, attractions and a welcoming community.

Would you like to see more? Then check out this video about Easton by the Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation!


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