SHOP 'TIL YOU DROP
Bring your bus full of savvy shoppers for a day of retail therapy at one of Bucks County's premier shopping destinations. From high-end boutiques to discount outlets, Bucks County's fine retailers have something for the big spenders, thrifty shoppers and everyone in between.
Stroll the streets of Peddler's Village, a 18th century-inspired shopping village in Lahaska, Bucks County. With more than 70 stores, boutiques and restaurants on the grounds, it's easy to spend a day in this shopping paradise. Get a sugar rush at Skip's Candy Corner or take some time to enjoy the Village's beautiful gardens or plan your group outing during one of the many fairs and festivals like the annual Strawberry Festival in May, featuring an assortment of strawberry sweets as well as live entertainment and the popular pie-eating contest.
Take a walk-through New Hope's vibrant downtown to discover its many shopping treasures. This small town with a big city feel is lined with independently owned stores, boutiques, galleries and restaurants that are sure to entice the savviest shoppers. Explore the work of artisans and crafters at Heart of the Home; try on the latest European fashions at Savioni Designer Boutique; or pick up a chic new leather bag at Fred Eisen Leather & Art Knives. Looking for a bite to eat? The Ferry Market is a collection of unique culinary delights and vendors full of flavor that are going to make you want to try them all!
The historic streets of downtown Doylestown offer a variety of shopping from unique specialty shops to national retailers. Ranging from The Gap to locally owned boutiques like Serendipity where you can find local and unique decorations, you are sure to find whatever you are looking for while spending the day strolling the charming streets. The Mainstreet Market Place is full of one-of-a-kind shops carrying home goods, collectibles, fashions, beauty products and restaurant
In New Hope, on Tuesdays and Saturdays from March to December, stroll through the unique selection of antique dealers and home goods that Rice’s has to offer. With merchants traveling from all over the East Coast to sell their assortments of home decorations, antiques, and even produce, this spot is ideal for any bargain hunter to browse through over 400 vendors.
A beautiful shopping center located in Warrington has a main street setting with street lamps, sidewalks lined with trees, flowers and benches, and street parking. Including over 35 of your favorite stores and restaurants like DSW, Banana Republic, and The Melting Pot, as well as other services; this is an ideal spot to meet with friends and spend the day shopping.
Opened since 1932, this farmers market has become a weekend tradition to many and with over 150 unique departments, it’s easy to understand why! Open year round, this is a one-stop shop where everyone will be able to find whatever they’re looking for, from farm fresh food to clothing and home goods.