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!
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. With 5 locations currently open, Dorothy opened the first store in 1989, and shortly after when Elizabeth graduated in 1997, she opened the Skippack location.
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.
It’s the intoxicating scent of crisp falafel and juice-dripping chicken shawarma that beckons you through the door of the gray-slated Skippack farmhouse Daraya has made its home in the last two years. A swell of strings and voice (Andrea Bocelli, perhaps? Or is it traditional Lebanese, today?) ushers you to find your seat - either in the softly string-lit dining room or somewhere in the breeze of the wrap-around porch - but you take your time to watch the chef in his groove behind the glass partition that separates entranceway from kitchen.