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West of Erie; antiques and Amish

We are 2 sisters + husbands (in our 60s) that are touring Northeastern Ohio and will we coming across the border into PA.

Can you suggest where to find good antiques shoppes and flea markets? I read on an earlier post that there is an Amish community - Spartansburg, but I cannot find it on a map. We are looking for relaxation, pretty country roads, and good PIE

Any information on unique things to see in this part of PA are most appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

LadyFeathers

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1. Re: West of Erie; antiques and Amish

Not sure how many shops you will find there, but Spartansburg is south of Corry on Route 77. It's on Mapquest. New Wilmington, PA is another Amish community. It's quite a bit south, west of the Grove City Outlets. You may want to do an internet search to look for shops there.

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2. Re: West of Erie; antiques and Amish

This post may be too late to help.Suggest Volant,Pa.Small town but loaded with Amish stores.Following web site will list stores,directions,etc

www./volantshops.com/shops.

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3. Re: West of Erie; antiques and Amish

I agree Volant has great shops and good places to eat. We were there this fall with our daughter who lives in Pittsburgh.

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