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Shopping

Here are a sampling of the shops in and around New Holland with a focus on the smaller establishments. Many guests are also heading to the Tanger Outlets, Shops at Rockvale, or other nationally known stores.

If you like discovering new shops, consider buying a ticket to the Best Kept Secrets Tour. In April and October, the tour features 40 stops located all over Lancaster county and ticketholders will be treated to discounts, raffles, games, or other specials at each stop. You can easily fill a week visiting all the stops. The ticket book will include a map and will list the shops in a logical order. A smaller 12 Shops of Christmas tour is held in early December (check the site for current dates).

Vintage, Thrift, and Antiques

The Country Hearth B&B makes a wonderful home base for your thrifting and antiquing.

We’re very close to several vintage, antique, and thrift shops here in New Holland, and just over 10 miles (20–25 minutes) from Antiques Capital USA.

Within a comfortable walk (as long as you don’t buy too much to carry back!) you’ll find:

  • Tannery Antiques and Screaming Lion Antiques (both at 148 East Main Street; 0.5 miles or 10 minute walk). There are two floors of offerings.
  • Jazzy Julie’s Past to Present (150 East Main Street) is next door to Tannery Antiques and offers a few rooms of items for sale.
  • Lucky Dog Thrift (158 East Main Street, with an additional entrance around the corner on Railroad Avenue) is a sprawling 17,000+ square feet of thrift and consignment that can easily take hours to explore. Just when you think you’re near the end, you’ll turn a corner and find yourself in yet another spacious room of sale items.

A very short drive (1 mile; 3 minutes) west of the Country Hearth you’ll find the Re-Uzit Shop of New Holland. This is a very open and carefully organized shop with clothes, house wares, furniture and more.

A little farther out (4 miles; 7 minutes) are Vintage Kollections (245 Gristmill Road, New Holland, PA) and Cornfields (same address). These two adjacent shops feature a wide variety of antiques, primitives, and salvaged items from knickknacks to furniture and everywhere in between. And while you’re in the area, check out the nearby Mary’s Gift Shop (737 N Railroad Avenue, New Holland).

The newest vintage/thrift shop on Main Street.
Jazzy Julie's Past to Present
A sprawling 17,000+ square feet of thrift and consignment that can easily take hours to explore. Just when you think you’re near the end, you’ll turn a corner and find yourself in yet another spacious room of sale items.
Lucky Dog Thrift
Two floors of offerings and a collection of taxidermied animals.
Tannery Antiques and Screaming Lion Antiques
Adjacent to Cornfields, this shop features collectible, vintage, and retro housewares and other treasures.
Vintage Kollections
A wide variety of antiques, primitives, and salvaged items from knickknacks to furniture and everywhere in between.
Cornfields
Clothing, housewares, furniture. Supporting the Revelations of Freedom Ministries in its goal to empower men in recovery from addiction.
Freedom Thrift
A uniquely curated collection of salvage, antique, and new home decor, gifts, and more.
Finial & Fern
This is a very open and carefully organized shop with clothes, house wares, furniture and more. Raises funds for the Mennonite Central Committee.
Re-Uzit has a photo booth for fun picture.
Women's clothing are organized by color, style, size, for easier shopping. Changing rooms are available. The back left corner is Christmas all year long (and it expands leading up to the holiday). Kitchenware is sorted by color and neatly arranged. Men's clothing is in the back right corner behind the women's clothing.

Primitives, Crafts, and Local Artisans

There’s no shortage of places to browse items from local makers or to find the perfect country accent for your home. Here are a few we’ve visited.

Beth sells handmade items from a variety of makers.
Essential oils, lavender products, and felted animals.
Candles and wax melts. Signs and decor. Welcome sign.

Jenny Lyns

205 East Main Street, New Holland, PA; 1 minute drive or 10 minute walk

Handmade signs, locally blended teas, handmade greeting cards and other crafts and decorations.
Jenny Lyns

Specialty Shops

In addition to the many quilting and fabric shops and several gaming stores in the area, you can explore several niche stores including a Squishmallow store and an e-bike dealer.

If you’re looking to buy (or sell) Squishmallows, stop in at Christina’s.
Christina's Gift and Thrift (Squishmallows)
Christina's Gift and Thrift (Squishmallows) Christina's Gift and Thrift (Squishmallows) Christina's Gift and Thrift (Squishmallows)
E-bikes and other vehicles.
E-Bike Guys front window.
Bintelli E-Bikes Helmets and art are also available. Excellent selection of vehicles.
Grandfather and floor clocks.
Hicks Clock Shoppe
Knives, swords, scissors and more. They also have a drop-off sharpening program (check the website for the current schedule).
A wide variety of knives from hunting to pocket to chef's knives.
Swords. Scissors and pruning shears. Spatulas and other kitchen utensils.