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!
You’ve shopped, dined, and discovered Skippack Village – why not live here too? Introducing Bette McTamney and Heather Reed at RE/MAX 440 in Skippack! Skippack is a quaint community-oriented town that attracts families, visitors and out of town guests. There is great community support, the people are always friendly, and there is huge interest in working together for the greater good.
Picture this. You are thinking of something unique, different and delicious to compliment your next party or gathering. Look no further than The Grand Fromage. This gourmet cheese shop carries a wide selection of fine cheeses as well as a assortment of charcuterie, crackers, oils, vinegars and other specialty food items you are unlikely to find anywhere else nearby.
Are you ready to fall Head Over Heels for one of Skippack’s longest running boutiques? Head Over Heels was opened in 1997 by Elizabeth Hirschmann & her mother Dorothy Darrah. When you step into the shop, you are instantly greeted with high quality women’s clothing & accessories, handbags, and a not-so-common jewelry & accessory line – Brighton.
We’d like to give a big, warm welcome to one of the newest members of Skippack Village, Brothers Kershner Brewing Company! These brothers have joined forces to create a variety of beers that includes tastes for all as well as provide an atmosphere that is comfortable, welcoming and fun. When you step inside you’ll feel a sense of common ground where there is no such thing as social status. The establishment is built on a foundation of brotherly love, which owners Kevin and Basil have been working hard to cultivate.
“Step off the streets of Skippack Village and into our very own corner of Little Italy!” From gourmet sandwiches, deli items, chef’s special menus as well as market shelf items, the Skippack Village Italian Market and Restaurant is a one of a kind hybrid market, deli, and restaurant right inside of the village.
The best part about being a small business is the personal touch found there. What you will find at Skippack Village Dentistry does not compare to bigger corporate companies. From when you are greeted upon walking in, to leaving with a stronger, healthier smile, the customer is treated as an individual.
Let us introduce you to Skippack Stylekrafters! Karen Lovett and her team of expertly educated stylists frequently learn about the newest products and services to present to their clients. They uphold a 5-star rating and were finalists in the category of Best Haircut & Blowout in Montco Happenings in 2018!
Wondering where the friendliest place to shop, chat, and share stories is? In our opinion, it’s the Village Irish Shop! The owner, Eileen Hutchinson, has created a comfortable environment where you can share your appreciation for Irish heritage as well as shop for items you may not be able to find easily in America.
On the corner of Skippack Pike and Store Road you’ll find this unique and eclectic gift shop. The Copper Partridge offers items for women, men, children, and the home. The mother and daughter duo that own the shop love helping every customer find a gift they are excited to give!
For Carolyn at The Skippack Hope Chest Boutique, ladies of all ages will be able to find something they feel incredible in. #Uncommon is her mantra. What you will find at The Skippack Hope Chest are unique pieces of clothing, jewelry, accessories, candles and makeup essentials that make you feel like you are truly one-of-a-kind.
Being part of a community means working to make it better. KeyBank has a deep commitment to making a difference in the communities they exist in. They truly focus on building up communities throughout the country. The Carla Surman, the branch manager at the Skippack location, is the Sponsorship Representative on the Leadership Team of Skippack Business Owners Association. Her goal at KeyBank is to get clients to look at banks as their financial doctor, not a transactional facility.
The Dutch Cottage Tavern is the longest family owned business in Skippack Village that is owned by the same family! 34 years ago, owners Jerry and Olga had just taken over the tavern in Skippack. The Dutch Cottage Tavern is a staple in the Skippack community and has been loved by the locals for many years. With great food and drinks, this family friendly bar is great for anyone!
Unlike other shops, Floral & Hardy offers a beautiful array of uncommon plants and décor items that you will not find anywhere else.
When you step into this shop one of the first things you notice is a beautiful 1904 brass National cash register sitting on the counter. S.A. Oliver & Co. Mercantile is a shop that was inspired by the simpler days of the past where the general store or mercantile was not only a place where you could find an eclectic mix of interesting items for the home all in one place but a gathering place for the community, friends and family.
When you step into this store, you feel like you may have been transported to a to an unfamiliar time and place filled with artifacts, decorations, clothing and accessories from a different culture. The Southwest Trading Post is home to all things Native American in Skippack Village. This is your Northeast connection to the Southwest!
This shop is celebrating 11 years in the village this month! Artisans Nest has grown and evolved here in the village to offer an eclectic mix of Artisan jewelry and gifts for the home. This shop is always stocked with all kinds of accessories made from fabric, cork, leather, copper, and mixed metals.
At Tom’s Help Desk, “Your personal help desk,” not only can you find IT support and repair for your home, but you can also receive their services for your small business as well.
Shopping local and small is one of the newest trends to support one another in the towns we live and love. One thing that we sometimes may forget is that not all small businesses are restaurants and boutiques. Meet Kevin O'Connor, he has over 12 years of experience in the insurance industry!
Skippack’s one-of-a-kind candy and dessert shop features home-made chocolates, world-famous gelato, penny candy, novelties, Gluten Free and Vegan options, milkshakes, floats, and so much more! Rachel Kelly, owner of the Skippack Sweet Spot, believes that everybody needs a sweet treat, no matter their tastes or dietary needs.
Recently recognized as a Top 10 Digital Agency in Philadelphia, i76 services clients in every category, both nationally and internationally. Last year, the agency assumed responsibility for the advertising, marketing and the official website for Skippack Village. Along with the fantastic leadership team from the Skippack Business Owners Association, and all of its members, Skippack Village is on it's way to becoming a premier travel and tourism destination!
Do you need a new hairstyle? Thinking of going a different color? What about Balayage or Keratin Treatments? Debbie, DJ and their team of expertly educated stylists at Accent on Beauté, Tracy and Christianna, have all the tools to give you exactly what you are looking for, and then some.
The Wooden Duck Shoppe offers a dazzling array of classic women’s clothing, contemporary home accents, and gifts for any occasion!
Have you been searching for the perfect light fixture to complete a room in your home? Is your favorite lamp in need of a repair? Look no further, Classic Lighting & Accessories Inc. has a solution for you! This family owned and operated business provides homeowners, decorators and contractors with quality lighting, exceptional customer service, competitive pricing and support.
Welcome to your taste of Italy right in Skippack Village! Basta Pasta offers family friendly Italian cuisine 7 days a week, along with two full service bars. Being located centrally in the village provides convenient access to the large restaurant from wherever you are in the village at any time! Enjoy live music, enormous portions, and seasonal cocktails at one of Skippack’s most popular restaurants!
During an eye exam, Dr. Toth always explains step by step what he is doing and why he is doing it. He believes it is very important to ask his patients questions and listen to their concerns. He makes sure they are comfortable and know exactly the current procedure and what his next actions will be to ensure an optimal patient care experience.
Tucked back off the busy Skippack Pike at the intersection of Store Road and Mensch Road, you’ll find this quaint art studio. Engage Art Studio offers classes for all ages in a variety of areas throughout the year! Their programs include summer camp and school year classes for kids, as well as classes for adults. Every staff member at the studio is an artist and brings true passion to their work here, starting with the owner, Melissa Thurman.
Have you ever experienced the feeling of indecision when trying to choose what type of cuisine you’d like to indulge in at a restaurant? At Parc Bistro, you’ll find a little bit of French, a little bit of country, and a little bit of Italian all on the same menu!
Page Six.. It’s Haute is a boutique bridal and tuxedo shop quaintly located in a historic brick 1800’s Victorian farmhouse nestled in the heart of Skippack Village. Formerly a private residence, brides and grooms will feel right at home at Page Six… It’s Haute preparing for their special day. Entire wedding parties can be dressed in one location inside the village of Skippack creating a very special irreplaceable experience and memory for all involved.
We want to introduce you to another one of Skippack’s hidden gems. This shop is tucked away off the main street but well worth a visit! At Jacque’s Silk Floral Design, you can bring to life any floral arrangement you dream up. Custom arrangements and wreaths made from silk flowers are this shops specialty!
Schang-Hai Gallerie is a 400 sq. foot gallery space with Barb’s full workshop on the second level! Right upon walking in you will be greeted by various works of art covering the walls that you can look at, appreciate, and even purchase! Barb is a highly skilled custom framer. Clients bring their artwork to her because they trust that she will treat it with the utmost respect and professional application to suit their needs.
Everybody loves a café with a comfy atmosphere, right? Ashley’s Café is tucked away, right off the beaten path in Skippack Village.
"Gotta Hava Wawa!” We all know this slogan and chances are, there is a Wawa within close proximity to wherever you are right now! The Skippack Village Wawa has been part of the village for the last 14 years and sees over 20,000 customers weekly, mostly due to the fact that it is the only place in town quite like it.
Accent On The Rocks is an extraordinary boutique featuring artisan crafted jewelry, fashion forward clothing and accessories, as well as home accents and giftware, all infused with style and originality!
Skippack Village’s Le Butler’s Pantry is a top-notch gourmet kitchen store. At Le Butler’s Pantry you can find any kitchen gadget you can imagine plus, so much more!
There is a place for you at The Dance Centre! Welcoming both students who purely want to dance for fun as well as those who want to work towards a career in the professional dance industry, the well-qualified, adult staff at The Dance Centre focuses on the development of each student to produce self-confidence, discipline, creativity, rhythm, and coordination.
Skippack’s local theatre, Playcrafters, is full of history as it is one of the oldest continuing operating groups in Montgomery County community theatre! The organization strives to provide quality community theatre entertainment for all families. The theatre is located at 2011 Store Road in Skippack Village. Playcrafters Incorporated owns the property and Sherry Yerger is the current president. Members are 100% volunteer and the organization is not for profit. Playcrafters takes pride in partnering with other businesses in Skippack to create a positive synergy within the village.