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Variety of gifts, tourist trinkets, local homemade items and Pennsylvania Dutch items. (obviously Hex signs!) After visiting Roadside America next door, we stopped in and got some old fashioned candy for our drive home. Nice to look about.
What a quaint store and more. All the nooks and crannies are filled with all kinds of items. Prices range from expensive to "that's a good deal".
Shartlesville is family day trip. Roadside America train display, Haags to eat and the Dutch Gift haus for...More
My wife and I vacationed in the Lancaster area and she found this nice little place during a web search. The hex signs were our main focus for going and they didn't disappoint. Many, many to choose from along with a good quantity of other...More
My family decided to stop in here to spend a little time. Being PA Dutch I'm always intrigued by early Pa Dutch living. There is plenty to see and buy here. The kind lady who was working there that afternoon even gave my wife some...More
Although I saw a few people mentioned that this place was ho-hum, I could not disagree more! We are not from Pennsylvania Dutch dissent and maybe that's why it was so appealing to us because it was really a neat little shop. The two ladies...More
I will not return, even if vacationing in the area again. The shop did not live up to the title. It was very nontraditional. It reminded me of a consignment store with other stuff thrown into the mix. To be fair, I did not try...More
This is next door to Roadside America just off route 78, has bee here for a very long time and the selections of gifts and hand made items defies logic, cause you will get sensory overload. Their prices are very reasonable and they will take...More