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!
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.
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!
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.
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!
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.