A Shopping Trip

Lancaster Shopping Indulgences

Treasures await all kinds of shoppers in Lancaster, PA. Discover Lancaster’s outlet stores, local shops, Amish quilts and crafts, and plenty of antiques. Whether you’re browsing for a bargain or seeking the ultimate find, you won’t go home empty handed.

Morning

Fabric at the Old Country Store

Ready to shop? Before you set off on a day of shopping, start your day with a filling traditional breakfast that will keep you going for hours. Both Hershey Farm Restaurant and Bird-in-Hand Family Restaurant & Smorgasbord offer delicious breakfast options, and are ideally located near some of the popular shopping areas.

Now for the biggest decision of the day - where to start? From outlets featuring your favorite brands to hand-made quilts, Lancaster is a shopper's paradise.

Tanger Outlets is newly expanded and features over 70 stores from noteable brands including Under Armour, Calvin Klein, Gap, J. Crew, and so many more. Parking is plentiful, so find a spot then shop away!
Estimated Time: 1+ hours

From outlets featuring your favorite brands to hand-made quilts, Lancaster is a shopper's paradise.

Quilt and Fabric Shops are plentiful in Lancaster, PA, whether you are creating your own quilts or looking for an Amish-made gem to take home. If you find yourself in Intercourse, stop by the Old Country Store for beautiful fabrics, notions, and hand-made quilts for your browsing pleasure.
Estimated Time: 30 minutes to 1 hour

Kitchen Kettle Village is a collection of 42 shops featuring wares from jewelry and accessories to delicious jams, fudge and cheese. Stroll through the village for a morning of shopping, watch fudge and candy being made, and even enjoy a horse drawn carriage ride while you're there.
Estimated Time: 1-2 hours

Smucker Village is a short walk from Kitchen Kettle Village to continue the shopping fun. Grab a pick-me-up at the Corner Coffee Shop before venturing into the Treasure Place, which is filled with one-of-a-kind pieces for the home, including refurbished furniture, barnwood furniture, decorative items, and vintage heirlooms.
Estimated Time: 30 minutes - 1 hour

Afternoon

The 300 Block of Queen Street

With all that shopping, you've probably worked up an appetite. Depending on where you're heading next, stop by one of these delicious options for a quick bite to eat.

If you are heading to...

the antique shops in Adamstown, stop by Courtyard Cafe on Main for high-quality coffee drinks along with sandwiches, soups, and salads made with local ingredients.

Downtown Lancaster, Smokehouse BBQ and Brews is in route, and serving up house-smoked meat, fried chicken, PA Dutch classics and tasty side dishes.

Lititz, stop by Tomato Pie Cafe for their famous tomato pie, grilled sandwiches and burgers, and fresh salads.

After lunch, let the shopping continue!

Depending on your shopping list, head to one of these areas:

Adamstown has earned its name as the "Antiques Capital" with over 15 antique shops to wander. Find unexpected gems and treasures as you browse from shop to shop. Exploring this area can easily fill your entire afternoon. Every spring, summer and fall, the Adamstown hosts an Antique Extravaganza weekend, with extended hours, sales, outdoor markets, and more.
Estimated Time: varies from shopper to shopper

On the 300 Block of Queen Street, you'll find unique gifts of all shapes and sizes - from hand-crafted glass works of art, custom jewelry, and fine crafts to kitchen gear, modern housewares, and vintage finds. Dive into Building Character, a warehouse featuring 60 small shops with an exciting variety of unique wares.
Estimated Time: varies from shopper to shopper

Lititz offers boutique shopping along the quaint Main Street. Shops like Olio Olive Oils & Balsamics, Zum Anker Alley Gallery, and Tiger's Eye, along with shops specializing in coffee and sweets, kitchen wares, soaps, and more will fill your afternoon and satisfy your shopping fix. If you need some caffeine along the way, Cafe Chocolate and Slate Cafe are on route and make for a great spot for a quick pit stop.
Estimated Time: varies from shopper to shopper

Evening

AmishView Inn & Suites

What a day! After all that shopping, you're probably ready to kick back and relax for the evening. These lodging options are all a short drive away from the popular shopping spots and offer comforting amenities that will leave you feeling recharged.

Amethyst Inn Bed & Breakfast is located in Adamstown, close to the antique shops in that area. This colorful spot features rooms with private baths, jacuzzis, and fireplaces to cuddle up to after your shopping adventure. You'll be close to the action if you decide to head out for more antiquing the next day.

What a day! After all that shopping, you're probably ready to kick back and relax for the evening.

Bird-in-Hand Village Inn & Suites is located in the town of Bird-in-Hand, and features both history and heritage with upscale accommodations. Enjoy the comfort of their suites, with nearby dining and shopping options.

AmishView Inn & Suites is surrounded by beautiful Amish farmland, yet close to shopping in the town of Intercourse, dining options, and the outlets. In addition to the countryside views, you can also enjoy top-notch amentities that will have you recharged in no time.

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