Home & Garden Festival

 Scenes of The Home & Garden Festival 

Sunday, May 4, 2014

Germantown Avenue in Chestnut Hill blossoms into an outdoor garden marketplace on the first Sunday in May from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. when Chestnut Hill hosts its  Annual Home & Garden Festival.

Pack up the puppy, put on your walking shoes, drop the kids in the strollers and don your sunglasses and visors—come to Chestnut Hill for our spring festival.

From 11 am to 5 pm, Germantown Avenue is turned into an outdoor marketplace  between Rex and Willow Grove Avenues, as the street and stores come alive with festivities.  Many festival-goers extend the fun into the evening with friends and more music by ducking into one of the Avenue’s many great pubs and restaurants—where informal parties continue well into the night.Good Crowd Scene resized for web festival crowd on street girls in hats

An estimated 20,000 to 30,000 gardeners, families and art lovers alike fill the streets each year during this annual event, when over 150 home and garden vendors, artists and craftsmen display their wares.

Eat, play and discover all Chestnut Hill offers, including:

  • A wide selection of tomato plants and flower seedlings
  • Lush orchids, hanging baskets and garden sculptures
  • Home design, hand-made furniture, quilts, jewelry, art & collectibles
  • Boutique shopping in Chestnut Hill’s one-of-a-kind shops
  • A display of the latest car models by Glanzmann Subaru, Presenting Sponsor of the Festival
  • Games and giveaways by B101 Radio, the Festival’s media sponsor
  • Eco Alley, sponsored by PECO Smart Ideas, featuring vendors offering sustainable products from organic plants to repurposed furniture…all thanks to GRinCH (Green in Chestnut Hill)
  • Live music
  • Yoga for children
  • Al fresco dining and fun festival foods
  • Amusement rides, face painting and arts & craft activities for kids

Presented by: 

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Philadelphia’s Premier Subaru Dealership

 Media Sponsor:MoreFM-blueText-Trans

Facepainting boys on slide Copy of Dancing People

Admission to the festival is free.  $5 parking will be available on select Chestnut Hill lots.


Vendors applications can be downloaded: Garden Fe