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A vibrant charming historic town, dating back to the 1600's, now crammed with door to door artisan, craft & antique shops & a wide choice of terrific restaurants. Ongoing calendar of community activities & fairs as well, although it's hard to believe (& disappointing) there...More
Went for their illuminare night and was a bit disappointed. It sounded like a bigger event than it is, listing as hundred stores. It felt like just a few stores open and mostly thrift stores kind of feel. The main area had a road (Skippack...More
I was told that I missed “Skippack Days” that were on Saturday and Sunday of Columbus Weekend. I tried to shop around ON Columbus Day Monday. I found only a few stalwart shopkeepers who opened for business. I was disappointed that the others didn’t choose...More
A good small town shopping experience in a genuine small time. Shop after shop of goods and crafts as well as food items and restaurants. Walk from shop to shop. Lots of locals with their goods, too. Friendly people. Good way to enjoy a casual...More
Quite a lovely small town with many( 80) quaint shops along side restaurants(30) offering a variety of cuisines. There are weekly events throught out the year including Classic Car Shows, carnivals and wine tastings. Building from the 18th and 19th centrury have been renovated and...More
very nice place to visit in nice weather. lots of great restaurants and shops, the downfall is that you walk to and from all the shops, small sidewalks. not easy to find the shops. must travel with map.
New Yorkers and Philadelphians will know New Hope, a charming borough in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, USA. The population was 2,528 in 2010. Skippack is smaller and no less charming. While the village is only several blocks long, there are numerous pods, almost everyone with restaurants,...More
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There are miscellaneous parking lots adjacent to shopping up and down the strip. We went at an off time and day (Columbus Day) and saw no one to ask. We didn’t have a problem, but many of the shops weren’t open.