WHAT IS CLOVER MARKET?
Founded in 2010, the Clover Market is a seasonal open-air market featuring over 100 vendors with antiques & collectibles, vintage jewelry & clothing, finely crafted handmade items, and original art. A selection of Philly's finest food trucks, free crafts & live music complement the lineup. You can view vendor images from prior Markets by selecting "media" at the top of the page or check out the Market video to get a feel for what Clover is all about.
WHERE ARE THE MARKETS LOCATED?
The Market operates in the spring and fall in Bryn Mawr PA, Chestnut Hill PA, Collingswood NJ. Please see our Locations & Parking page for detailed information, maps, and parking options.
WHAT ARE THE HOURS?
The Market is open from 10 am - 5 pm (no early bird sales).
WHAT HAPPENS IF THE WEATHER IS BAD?
The Market operates rain or shine. A cancellation would only happen if conditions were severe or dangerous to our vendors and customers. In that case we would post a message to the social media pages by 8 AM Sunday morning. Please check before heading out if the weather looks "iffy".
IS THERE FOOD AT THE MARKET?
We do have food onsite at the Markets from our popular food trucks and local businesses AND we encourage you to explore the many nearby restaurants. The food vendors are located in the parking lot at the Santander Bank (Bryn Mawr) and in the parking lot at O'Reilly and Associates, just off Highland Ave (Chestnut Hill) and in the Atlantic Ave parking lot (Collingswood).
ARE THERE OTHER PLACES TO SHOP AND EAT NEARBY?
Absolutely! The local business association websites (Bryn Mawr Business Association, Borough of Collingswood & Chestnut Hill Business Association) provide more info about the shopping and dining options in these walkable towns. We encourage all of our customers to "shop the Market and shop the towns"!
ARE THERE ATM'S NEARBY?
Yes, there are ATM's at the Bryn Mawr Trust, Santander, and Wells Fargo banks which on N. Bryn Mawr Ave (behind our vendors). For the Chestnut Hill Market, there is an ATM at the Valley Green Bank at 23 West Highland Avenue. In Collingswood, there are several ATM's on Haddon Ave, including at the Wawa (668 Haddon Ave) and Bank of America (846 Haddon Ave), each about 1 block away from our vendor location.
ARE THERE BATHROOMS ONSITE?
There are portable toilets onsite at the outdoor Markets or you can stop by any of the nearby restaurants in both downtown locations for a bite to eat, a drink, and use of the bathrooms.
ARE THERE THINGS FOR MY KIDS TO DO?
Yes! We always have a variety of free kids' crafts and facepainting to keep the little ones happy. You might also try having your kids do a scavenger hunt (e.g. make a list of 10 items they might find at Clover and think of a small reward) to keep them engaged as you shop.
ARE DOGS ALLOWED?
We love having four legged friends visit us. Feel free to bring your well-behaved, leashed dogs to enjoy the Market. The event can get crowded and overstimulating (kids! noise! other dogs! lots of stuff!), so if your dog is nervous or more reserved it might not be the best outing for them.
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE AS A SELLER?
The Market accepts applications from sellers with the following items:
- Antiques and collectibles
- High quality artisan crafts and handmade
- Up-cycled items and architectural salvage
- Vintage clothing & vintage jewelry
- Original art (all media)
If you are interested in participating, head over to the "Apply" section for details and a link to the online application. New applications are reviewed each season, even for prior sellers, and application details are contained in the Apply section.
IS THE MARKET JURIED?
Yes. All applicants must submit an online application with photos of their work. Sellers are carefully selected based on product quality, fit with the aesthetic or "look" of the Market, and the overall mix of sellers each season.
WHAT AWARDS HAS CLOVER RECEIVED?
The Market received numerous "Best of Awards" including: Best Antiques & Vintage Goods and Best Outdoor Shopping Venue Main Line Today Magazine, Best Vintage Market by Flea Market Style Magazine, a Must-See Outdoor Market (just one of four in the northeast) by Vintage Style Magazine, and it has been featured many local and regional publications.