Bring the entire family! There are a lot of great sites and things to do in Laurel. If you’re in the neighborhood, stop by and say “hi,” then check out a few sites near our market.
Serving homemade food, baked goods, and sandwiches since 1997.
Treasures of the Sea Exhibit. Located at the Delaware Technical Community College featuring a collection of Spanish treasures from a 17th century shipwreck.
The Flea Market at Laurel Junction. A 25-acre indoor/outdoor flea market featuring full-time retail shops, a convenience store, and a full-service restaurant.
Abbott’s on Broad Creek (Laurel, DE). Located in the heart of downtown Laurel, Abbott’s on Broad Creek is the perfect spot to enjoy lunch, dinner or just a refreshing beverage & appetizer.
Bon Appetit (Seaford, DE). Long-running restaurant serving classic French cuisine in traditional surroundings.
Cape Henlopen State Park. Cape Henlopen attracts thousands of visitors who enjoy ocean swimming, boating, fishing, and kayaking to clamming, paddle-boarding, and wind surfing.
Phillips Landing Park. The wooded areas and walking trails allow you to experience a taste of the isolated natural beauty.
Dutch Country Market is on Trussum Pond Road in Laurel, DE, across the street from Route 13 Outlet Market. We are right off Route 13 (Sussex Highway) and ½ mile south of Route 24 (Laurel Road).
Stop by our Market for lunch, coffee, and freshly baked goods.
Amish Market Hours & Phone
Thurs – Sat: 9am-5pm