Pennsylvania Dutch Country

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  • 1. Kitchen Kettle Village

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    The more than 40 shops of Kitchen Kettle Village showcase local crafts ranging from leather goods to music boxes. There's also an abundance...Read More

  • 2. George's Furniture

    Crafts

    George's Furniture sells handcrafted furniture for every room in the house in walnut, oak, maple, and cherry. You can watch pieces being made...Read More

  • 3. Landis Valley Museum Store

    Crafts

    Among the few places that carry fine local crafts is the well stocked store in the Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum. Many of the items...Read More

  • 4. Old Road Furniture Company

    Crafts

    The Old Road Furniture Company has lovely furniture handcrafted by Amish and Mennonite craftspeople. You can find harvest and farm tables, chairs...Read More

  • 5. Olde Mill House Shoppes

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    One of the area's oldest country stores, Olde Mill House Shoppes stocks a fine selection of pottery, folk art, and country-style furniture. ...Read More

  • 6. Ten Thousand Villages

    Crafts

    Ten Thousand Villages lets you shop with a social conscience. Run by the Mennonite Central Committee, it's designed to benefit artisans in low...Read More

  • 7. Amishland Prints

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    Amishland Prints sells prints depicting the Amish in rural daily life as well as landscapes by well-known artist and folklorist Xtian Newswanger...Read More

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