Skippack Village has a distinguished place in history as one of General George Washington’s encampments during the Revolutionary War. General Washington, his officers and an army of 11,000 soldiers encamped there on different occasions.
Once a stop on a 1900’s-era rural trolley route, Skippack Village is now one of the quaintest shopping villages in Pennsylvania. Creativity and craftsmanship, along with a warm country atmosphere, pervade the antique, craft and specialty shops, art galleries and fine restaurants, open all year round. And, most of the shops are tucked into renovated original 18th and 19th century buildings, homes and barns, all situated on a park-like setting in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
With a variety of shopping, restaurants and parks for your recreational pleasure, there is something for everyone. Please follow the highlighted link to explore the many shops, restaurants and sites of Skippack, PA.