Food Shopping

You can find local offerings at these places: canned apple butter, pretzels, chow-chow, sauerkraut, shoo-fly pie and scrapple.

Central Market

Downtown Lancaster, is open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday.

Bird-in-Hand Market

is open Friday and Saturday and some Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Roots Market

Manheim, is open Tuesday.

Groff’s Plant Farm

Kirkwood, a family-owned greenhouse business. click here for their Facebook page

Green Dragon Market

Ephrata, is open on Friday.

Oasis at Bird-in-Hand

Retail Store at 60 N. Ronks Road, Suite J, Ronks, PA 17572  Phone: 717-288-2154  They also have a stand at Central Market, Downtown Lancaster. Organic raw milk, cream and much more.

White Oak Nursery

(Amish owned and operated) Amos Fisher’s nursery offers produce in season, eggs, cider, canned sauerkraut and chow-chow as well as baked goods. Amos is a friendly, well-read Amish farmer who enjoys talking to visitors.
Directions: Turn L out of Mussers’ driveway. Turn R onto 222 south. Immediately turn L onto White Oak Road. Amos Fisher’s is on the right several miles up the road and is marked by a brown sign with orange lettering.

Ferguson-Hassler Grocery Store

Quarryville, is owned by locals. We love Fergies!


Willow Street, is another locally owned grocery store.

Christ Miller’s Natural Foods

(Amish owned and operated) Christ Miller’s Natural Foods in Intercourse is an Amish-owned health food store on a farm. They offer produce, supplements and some of the best organic cheeses anywhere. It’s out-of-the-way and a bit hard to find so ask one of the Mussers for directions.

Ben Beiler’s Grocery Outlet

(Amish owned) Ben Beiler’s Grocery Outlet is less than a mile from Mussers’. This Amish-owned “bent-and-dent” store offers perhaps the most cultural shopping experience you’ll ever have. There is no electricity so the walk-in freezer is operated by generated power. It’s crowded with bargain-hunters and bargains as well as Amish employees.
Directions: Turn R out of Mussers’ driveway. Turn R onto 222 south. Immediately turn L onto Camargo Road. Ben Beilers’ is on the L, less than ¼ mile.

Cherry Hill Orchards

More than just cherries, this local orchard lets you pick your own peaches, apples and lots of other delicious fruits. Or, if you like your fruit pre-picked, just stop by their store. While you’re there, buy some delicious cherry cider.

Kitchen Kettle Shops

in Intercourse offer traditional Lancaster County canned goods made by local Amish women that are popular gifts.

Olio Olive Oils and Balsamics


Dry Goods

The traditional general stores live on in Lancaster County and most of them are owned and operated by Amish people. They offer good quality kitchen goods, bolts of fabric, gardening tools and many other useful things at the lowest prices possible. You’ll hear Pennsylvania Dutch spoken and get a good picture of Amish life.

Dry Goods Store in Intercourse

In the center of the town known for Kitchen Kettle village shops, this store also has a pay phone on the front porch that was featured in the Harrison Ford movie, “Witness.” You’ll observe visitors having their pictures taken while talking on the very same phone used by Mr. Ford in that film.

Dry Goods Store in Georgetown

Goods Store in Quarryville
A more sophisticated Mennonite version of its Amish counterparts, we call this family-owned store full of practical necessities our “Mennonite K-Mart.”

Factory Outlets

Find bargains on popular brands including Gap, Banana Republic, Ralph Lauren, Pottery Barn, The Loft, Disney and more at the outlet malls that are only 15-minutes’ drive away.

Rockvale Square Outlets

Tanger Outlets

Lancaster QVC Outlet Store in Rockvale Square

Designed with an upscale, easy-to-shop theme, their ever-changing selection includes jewelry, apparel, accessories, and home décor. So whether you’re looking for a ring, the latest handbag, or a gift for a loved one, you’ll find a variety of products at great values.

Yarns, Fabrics, Quilts & Other Textiles

The Old Country Store


Hannah’s Quilts

216 Witmer Road, Lancaster  717-392-4524

Little Pine Traditional Crafts

1873 Lincoln Hwy, Lancaster, PA 17602  (717) 735-0826…Crafts/165804226807644

Labadie Looms

Bird-in-Hand. offers dyed fibers for weaving, dyes for dying, needles for knitting, hooks for hooking and local artists’ work.


The Hathy House 

Our favorite jewelry and art boutique.


Lancaster, Our favorite children’s store boutique.

Thrift Stores

There are many, many consignment and thrift stores in the county. We can help you find t hem.

Vintage by Amy