Welcome to Beautiful, Historic Skippack Village!
Skippack is a beautiful, classic American small-town located in the heart of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Offering a vibrant selection of boutique retail shopping, services and 5-star dining, the classic look and feel of historic Skippack Village has something for everyone! Discover the magic of Skippack Village: from our fun and festive 1st Fridays, to our signature Skippack Days celebration, classic car shows, wine festivals, unique shops, award-winning restaurants, outdoor activities, vibrant live music scene, outstanding community theater, amazing history, beautifully restored buildings, fine art, and terrific people!
All Skippack shops and restaurants are locally owned and operated. When you visit a local shop, there is a good chance you will meet the owner. We are a real American small town where people know one another, each individual matters, and everyone who visits is welcomed!
For almost 20 years the Center for Loss and Bereavement has served as a local non-profit organization, providing professional counseling, support services, and education for children, adults, families, schools, and organizations dealing with the impact of profound grief and loss.
The Wooden Duck Shoppe offers a dazzling array of classic women’s clothing, contemporary home accents, and gifts for any occasion! Rather than making an arduous trip to a shopping mall, only to bob and weave through the masses; why not visit the Wooden Duck Shoppe in Skippack Village? The Wooden Duck offers the kind of personal service that you’ll only find at a small, local boutique. The store was established in 1978 and current owners, Art and Jane Berger, have been managing the shop for 19 years.
Skippack Stylekrafters Salon is celebrating 25 beautiful years in Skippack Village!
In 1994, Karen Lovett began her business experiment at 3882 Skippack Pike. Today her salon at 4019 Skippack Pike is a thriving hub of creative activity. Karen believes the salons success is attributed to a magical blend of good management, talented, continually educated professional stylists and a loyal clientele base in a, charming, inviting, relaxed environment.
Where the clay arts and community come together hand in hand.
Nicole Dubrow, a Montgomery County native, professional potter and artist-educator based in Historic Skippack Valley, founded Black Sheep Pottery in 2007 to provide access for children and adults to quality clay arts studio education programs. Gifting handmade pottery from the Gallery for your 9th Anniversary, taking a pottery class, having fun in summer camp or painting pottery in the studio, love takes shape year round at this landmark ceramic arts center.