Peddler’s Village – Lahaska PA
Peddler’s Village is a collection of 60+ shops and restaurants on 42 acres in Lahaska PA. The village has a colonial flavor to it with winding paths and a few alleys as well as landscaped grounds.
Peddler’s Village was the brainchild of Earl Jamison. Walking through the grounds is relaxing. There is usually some type of festival occurring such as the Scarecrow festival or Christmas lights.
The shops are housed in old buildings and barns.
The Gazebo is used for shows such as the Gingerbread House Contest, concerts and more.
The annual Christmas Light display is spectacular. The landscape and buildings are lit with a dazzling display of lights.
Pro Tip – The shops close relatively early. Visit their site and Check the hours before you go.
There are a variety of restaurants, coffee shops, wineries and a brewery available. We visit The Buttonwood Grill several times a year. That is a little less pricey than the upscale Earl’s. There is also the venerable Cock and Bull restaurant. The Chaddsford Winery is a few doors down from the Buttonwood.
- Christmas Display at Peddler’s Village in Lahaska
- Chaddsford Winery tasting room at Peddler’s Village in Lahaska
- The Buttonwood Grill – Lahaska Pa
- 2019 Scarecrow Festival in Peddler’s Village
- Peddler’s Village Scarecrow Festival – 2016
- Lahaska Railroad Station
- Fantastic Christmas Light Display at Terwood Road and Brendan Place
- Steam Engine Number 40 from the New Hope Ivyland Railroad at New Hope and Lahaska