722 E. Market St. Marietta, PA 17547Phone: (717)426-8415

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Shopping Around Lancaster County

Saturday’s Market

Shop for antiques, new goods, books, food, and thousands of more things at Saturday’s Market in Middletown. With indoor and outdoor vendors, this market is open year-round, rain or shine. Try the pulled pork sandwiches inside the main entrance directly to the right for a quick bite or break. And don’t forget; if it’s already noon, it’s too late. Find this place at 3751 E Harrisburg Pike, Middletown, PA 17057

(717) 944-2555
Distance: 13.5 Miles
300 Block of N. Queen Street

The 300 Block of North Queen Street in Lancaster City is home to some of the city’s best shops. Browse vintage wares and clothes, antique furniture and lighting, or stop by for a delicious bite to eat.

Distance: 14.3 Miles
Lancaster Central Market

The country’s oldest farmers’ market has been selling fresh produce, food, ingredients, and more in Lancaster’s historic public market since 1730. The Romanesque Revival, red brick structure with two terracotta-tipped towers and slate roof is a sight to see. Shop delicious Amish treats, local farm fare, German cuisine, soft pretzels, juice, coffee, and so much more.  Located at 23 North Market St., Lancaster, PA 17603

(717) 735-6890
Distance: 14.9 Miles
Tanger Outlets

311 Stanley K. Tanger Blvd, Lancaster, PA 17602

(717) 392-7260
Distance: 19.8 Miles
The Shoppes at Rockvale

35 S Willowdale Dr, Lancaster, PA 17602

(717) 293-9292
Distance: 21.2 Miles
Kitchen Kettle Village

The 40 shops at Kitchen Kettle Village showcase the best that Lancaster County has to offer. Shop PA Dutch gifts like quilts and candles, grab a snack at the bake shop, or browse some of your favorite top brands. Located at 3529 Old Philadelphia Pike, Intercourse, PA 17534

1(800) 732-3538
Distance: 25.4 Miles
Antiques Capital USA

Nestled in the heart of scenic Pennsylvania Dutch Country, little Adamstown is making a big name for itself in the world of antiques. Dealers and collectors, as well as the uninitiated from all over the world have succumbed to the charms of Adamstown, which has become the premier year-round antiques destination in the Northeast.

Distance: 35.9 Miles