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Reading Terminal Market is located in Philadelphia’s historic farmer’s market where they offer an exciting selection of baked goods, meats, poultry, seafood, produce, flowers, ethnic foods, cookware and diverse restaurants.

Markets have been in existence in Philadelphia since the seventeenth century when William Penn developed the area in an attempt to gather the crowd of fishermen, farmers and huntsmen in one place. Soon afterwards, together with the growth of Philadelphia, the public markets expanded too, which occupied six blocks by the middle of the nineteenth century. The markets are open from Monday through Saturday at 8:00 in the morning until 6:00 in the evening and on Sunday from 9:00 in the morning until 5:00 in the afternoon. However, there are some markets which close at 5:00p.m. daily. The markets are also closed on some holidays such as New Year’s Day, Easter Sunday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

The Reading Terminal Market features numerous shops. Here you can find a very wide variety of ethnic foods which can either be fresh or cooked. Shops that are near the Convention Center selling meats, produce, spices, candy, and you can also find restaurants or eateries in the area. It surely is a must-see whenever you are in Philadelphia because it offers an almost complete range of what you can find in the city and is sort of a one-stop shop for tourists. Here you are sure to experience and get the best of what Philadelphia has to offer, and it’s in just one place which will save you the time and energy involved with having to go from one place to another in order to see and try different things.

If you do decide to spend the day in the Reading Market Terminal, you will not be disappointed with what you will see, find and experience here. You will have the chance to sample different kinds of foods just by walking throughout the market and you will certainly be able to find specialty goods which you can bring home with you.

Some of the most noteworthy shops are Delilah’s, Salumeria’s Dienner’s Kamals, Sang Kee, DiNic’s and their pork sandwiches and Amish Farmer’s who sell fresh baked goodies. These are actually just some of the restaurants and shops that offer good food because there are plenty more that you can choose from.

Not only will you get to try out different foods and purchase Philadelphia goods and produce, the Reading Terminal Market also offers activities and entertainment throughout the year. They feature live music, they also hold cooking classes and they also do market tours and all these are open to everyone who is interested.

The Reading Terminal Market is surely a place to visit because you will get a feel and experience of what Philadelphia is all about. After seeing what the place has in store for you and your family or friends, it would only be normal for you to feel that you would want to come back next time you’re in Philadelphia.

Reading Terminal Market
12th and Arch Streets
Philadelphia, PA
Telephone: (215) 922-2317

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