These types of crafts aren't eaasy to come by any more, this shop showed lots of promise when it first opened. Noce quailty and prices not too bad for a small independent. However, the few times I have gone back the amount of different items has decreased the the quailty. If anything the prices have gone up. Still hoping for a turn around!! Parking is ok, can park near bank and walk.
my mother and aunt bear lovers, enjoy this store very much. Especially those Boyds Bears, they have nice selection and the prices are competieve. On vacation, We go here once a year and have never been disspointed, the staff is friendly and very helpful.
This is an outdoor fleas market that can become VERY crowded, I recommend going early in AM, we usually arrive about 7:00-7:30 and still early and most people set-up. I also urge this in the summer since the heat and crowds can be beastly. Also, line of cars to get in later in day can be VERY long. Many of the tables can be the knock off of the big thing at the time, years ago was beanie babies now see loads of purses-it changes with the times. Dont have as many unique tables as they used to but still can get a good bargain. Have gotten jewelry, to phone cords, to clothes, to baskets, to hair tiesthere is a variety. They do tell many perfumes, lotions, etc at discount prices, just need to know what you are looking for and good price. They do have a building where you can get a snack, bagels, soft pretzel, egg sandwiches, etc. Of course, out in the tables there is a chance as well. They used to have porta pot now they had indoor bathrooms but I have never used them and th ladies line can be long. You pay $1 for parking but they did pave the isles with the tables for easier walking, Few times I go, $1 not bad.
I have purchased many items here from lunch meat, there own roasted turkey is fabulous, to pickles, to hoagies, to cookies. They have so much more, many meats, frozen and fresh Italian food and more. You really should check them out. Prices seems fair and the food I have had there is fantastic. Lunch meat line can be long, but workers quick. Can order items ahead for parties or holidays. Parking isn't too bad unless holiday because there is a parking lot.
This store has two locations in New Hope, one in the Four Seasons Mall and one just outside. Both have a large amount of items from jewelry, gifts, figures, games, furniture, etc. I have been these locations and also the one in Doylestown. Both are similar but can have different items. I love the items I have bought there however, I was under the impression they were real and brought back to the USA. However, while in VA, I found many of the identical items at a craft store called Hobby Lobby for much cheaper. So beware, if you like it and think it is worth the money then go for it. The store in the Four Seasons Mall has more room, the other is cramped. Parking is tricky because downtown New Hope
This store had two locations, the Horsham one was far better. In items and in selection, however that has closed. We went here to check out the other store and were disspointed that the items seemed cheaper quailty and very expensive. If you are lloking for a variety of ornaments then this may be the place for you, however, to me they were cheap looking but no cheaply priced and tacky. The store was very tight and parking in New Hope is hard. I would not go back to New Hope for this store, but would stop by if already in town and close by, just to see.
I have been here many times over the past 15 years or so. There is a lot of unique items including jewelry. They do have lots of jewelry so I would check it out if you want something different. They also have many other items that would make great gifts. The store is small and can be cramped. The prices, well they are expensive but the items are different and the store is in down town Doylestown. Of course, that can be hard with parking, but if already shopping and walking around check it out.
Poor Richards has two locations I am aware of, one in downtown Dolyestown and this location. Both as far as I am concerned as similar, I dont favor one over the other. They have a wide selection of candles and candle accessories. The also have a lot o garden items as well. Then there is a large selection of different items to look at. The prices seems fair and I always leave to leave with something. Of course the one in town is a bit harder to park at but if you are already shopping and walking around, no big deal. Both are a bit cramped for space and that can be a bit tricky. Overall, I would check them out!
Went here because history of eye problems and surgery. Was having difficulty and wanted to be seen by eye doctors who do surgery so they understand the issues. By visiting there website and trying to find out information about the doctor I was seeing, I had confidence this would be a good place. However, it was crowded and the wait was over one hour from appointment time. The staff at the desk were rude however, the lady who took me back was nice. However, then I had to wait again in a hallway for a room! The doctor was in and out in less than 5 minutes. Dr. Tax didnt seem like he listened to what I was even saying and then dismissed my symptoms. I was shocked and so disappointed. I would not recommend.
I have been to many of these places where they rent out little spaces for crafters, antiques, etc. This one is ok, the selection could be better and of course that changes as crafters do. However, the quailty of items is not as high as some I have been too. However, it is one of those places to stop and check out because you might find something. However, I wouldn't go out of my way to just go here looking for anything.