Village of hawkers, an 18th century colonial style village nestled in Pennsylvania picturesque The Bucks County countryside celebrates its annual Strawberry Festival throughout the month of May.
Picturesque and surrounded by lush gardens that change dramatically with the seasons, Peddler’s Village is a great place to shop small with its more than 65 outdoor shops.
Here, you can stroll along winding alleys lined with brick flowers while browsing unique shops with everything from homewares and clothing to
Calling Peddlers’ Village is much more than a shopping village.
One of the states, a 70 room inn and even a restored working antique 1922 carousel.
With Pennsylvania country charm tucked around every corner, Peddlers Village is like a real Mayberry that draws visitors year-round. One of my favorite things about Peddler’s Village is that between searching for treasures in postcard-perfect country shops, you can also enjoy the outdoors as you stroll down winding brick lanes with gardens. lush and flowery. It’s a wonderful way to enjoy the summer weather while shopping.
With 9 restaurants, a bar, a wine tasting room and delicacies of all kinds, Peddler’s Village is a paradise for foodies.
It’s a beautiful and peaceful place to enjoy the spring weather, eat delicious and creative strawberry treats, food and drink all over the village. Shopping is great too.
How it all started with a farmer’s market and a California dream.
After a few trips to California in the late 1950s and early 1960s, Earl Jamison, a permanent Bucks County resident who ran a farmers’ market, found himself in awe of the Romantic book-style architecture of tales he discovered in Carmel-by-the-Sea. and Disneyland. So much so that he was inspired to create something similar in his home. With an ability to turn his dreams into reality like Disney himself, Jamison got to work. Having secured a $6,000 loan from his uncle, Earl purchased a 6-acre former chicken farm in the small town of Lahaska, Pennsylvania. Seamlessly blending the original historic farm buildings into the design of its charming Colonial Shopping Village, Earl opened Peddler’s Village with just 1 restaurant (the Cock n’ Bull) and 14 stores. With much success and growth over the years, Peddler’s Village now spans over 42 acres and is considered one of the area’s favorite destinations for year-round shopping and events.
Don’t miss the shops at Peddler’s Village!
Shopping in Peddler’s Village is all about walking into a small boutique or charming store to see what unique treasures and treats you might find inside.
Ninety-five percent of the stores in Peddler’s Village are small, local businesses that offer unique and exclusive products. You’ll find everything from homewares and clothing to art, collectibles, jewelry, books, toys and a delicious variety of gourmet delicacies. Here are some of our favorite shops in the village.
How to get to the hawker village
Peddler’s Village is just 10 minutes west of New Hope and 15 minutes east of Doylestown. Close to many big cities, it is:
- 60 minutes to Philadelphia
- 90 minutes from New York
- 90 minutes to Lancaster, Pennsylvania
- 3 hours in Washington DC
Driving advice: Peddler’s Village will most likely show up in your GPS as being located in New Hope. Enter 2400 Street Road New Hope, PA 18938 and you’ll be sure to get there.
Peddler’s Village is open year-round and just as wonderful during the holidays. See more below!
For a safe, socially distanced vacation getaway, visit Peddler’s Village
The village of Peddler in Bucks County, PA is a winter vacation wonderland
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