Discover the Broad Street Market

Find culture, character, and cuisine at the Broad Street Market. Take a peek at what you'll find at the oldest continually operating indoor farmers market in the country.


Spanning three city blocks in Midtown Harrisburg, the Broad Street Market is a gathering place for the community and a must-see spot for visitors looking to get a healthy sampling of the city's culture. Take a look inside the oldest continuously operating market house in the country.

Best Things to Do in Harrisburg: Broad Street Market

Founded in 1860, Broad Street Market still remains one of Harrisburg, Pennsylvaniaâs, most culturally diverse places to interact and socialize among local residents and is the oldest continually operating market in the United States.

The Cheesesteak Guy pulls into Broad Street Market in Harrisburg with Philly steaks, burgers

Cheesesteaks have arrived at the Broad Street Market in Harrisburg. Philly-style sandwiches, made with thinly shaved ribeye, are grilled to order at the market's newest stand, The Cheesesteak Guy in the stone building.

National Pizza Day 2018: Best pizza places in the Harrisburg area

Market vendor, Knead, comes in at the top and we couldn't agree more.

Hollywood to Harrisburg: William Sanderson on his acting career, his PA Home and Shipoke's quirky Grounddog Day

Before you know it, it will be Groundhog Day again, which means that, in Harrisburg, a dog dressed as a bear will pretend to be a weather-predicting groundhog.

French Twist: Bon Appetit Creperie brings a new accent to the Broad Street Market.

Bon Appetit Creperie brings a new accent to the Broad Street Market

Food Lanes: At the Broad Street Market, new tables, crowned with memories.

At the Broad Street Market, new tables, crowned with memories

A Very Harrisburg Holiday: This Christmas, shop for gifts that are not only sold locally, but made locally.

This year, break the mold and explore some of the unique local businesses that are bringing new life and new ideas to the holiday season.

These Historic American Markets Are Better Than Your Shiny New Food Halls

Across the Mid-Atlantic region, markets large and small have been thriving for generations.

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