2501 E. Cumberland Street
Philadelphia, PA 19125
215.427.2780 ext 5
Wed–Fri • 11am–7pm
Sat & Sun • 10am–4pm
This Sunday, the 22nd, we will be closing at 3pm for a private event.
We close when temperatures reach 95° + for the health & safety of our staff. Keep an eye on the facebook page or give us a call if it’s a hot one!
Greensgrow Farms is just five minutes from Center City Philadelphia in the Kensington neighborhood. We are accessible by public transportation and there is plenty of street parking available. Click here for info about our new location Greensgrow West in West Philadelphia.
If you are heading to Greensgow via 95, please be aware the ongoing construction around the Girard Avenue exits may cause changes to traffic patterns. Please consult google maps or your GPS before heading out.
From the North: Take 95 South towards Philadelphia. Take the Allegheny Avenue exit #25. Make a right at the bottom of the ramp. Make a left onto Aramingo Avenue. At the Port Richmond Village shopping center, make a right onto York Street. Make a right at the first stop sign onto Almond Street. Our entrance is 3 blocks up on your left on Cumberland Street.
From the West: Take 76 South and/or 676 East to 95 North and follow the directions below (from the south)
From the East: Take 676 West/Ben Franklin Bridge to 95 North and follow the directions below (from the south)
From the South: Take 95 North towards Philadelphia. Take the Girard Avenue exit # 23. Bear to the left and follow the signs to Aramingo Avenue. At the Port Richmond Village shopping center, make a left onto York Street. Make a right at the first stop sign onto Almond Street. Our entrance is 3 blocks up on your left on Cumberland Street.
From Center City and South
Take the eastbound Market-Frankford Line (direction Frankford) to the Spring Garden station. The bus stop is at the bottom of the stairs on the south side of Spring Garden Street. You may take the northbound number 25 bus (Bus will say Frankford Transportation Center or Cedar & Lehigh). The ride is about 10 minutes long. You will get off at Cedar & Cumberland Streets. Go right and walk one block east on Cumberland. You will see the farm ahead on the left. The main entrance is on Cumberland.
You may also take the eastbound number 43 bus (Bus will say Richmond & Cumberland Sts. Make sure the bus is one that goes all the way to Cumberland Street). You will get off just before Cumberland Street in front of the Port Richmond Village shopping center. Cross Aramingo Avenue at Cumberland Street (look for a CVS and a bank at this corner) and walk one block up Cumberland to Almond Street. You will see the farm on your right.
From The North
Take the westbound Market-Frankford Line (to 69th Street) to the York-Dauphin stop. (This is a B stop during rush hour.) The bus stop is at the bottom of the stairs to the station, on Dauphin Street. Take the eastbound number 39 bus (Bus will say Richmond & Cumberland Street). The ride is about 5 minutes long. As the bus goes along Cumberland Street you will see the farm on your left. You will get off at Gaul or Almond Street. The main entrance is on Cumberland.
From the West via the Broad Street Subway
Take the Broad Street Line to the Susquehanna-Dauphin stop. Take the eastbound number 39 bus which runs along Dauphin St. (Bus will say Richmond & Cumberland Street). After you pass under the El, the ride is about 5 more minutes long. As the bus goes along Cumberland Street you will see the farm on your left. You will get off at Almond Street. The main entrance is on Cumberland.
Liberty Cab Co: (215) 389-8000
Old City Taxi: (215) 247-7678
Quaker City: (267) 298-1088
It is Greensgrow’s policy to close down operations when the heat index reaches 95 degrees. We have to think of the health and safety of our staff whose jobs are primarily out of doors and therefore very much impacted by extremes in weather. When there is CSA pick up we will be open for the duration (although your shares may be in cold storage) but close immediately at 3 on Saturdays and 7 on Thursdays and the farmstand may not be open. This is to insure food safety. In the case of snow, we alert CSA members via email if we deem it unsafe for you or our staff to travel. We may open late, we may have to reschedule.
We realize that some people may be inconvenienced by these closings and we apologize but our first concerns must always be for the safety of our staff, the safe conditions of storage of the food we manage and our customers. Thank you for your understanding. As always a member of our staff can be reached to discuss this or any other concerns you may have.