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Pennsylvania Is the Perfect Spot for Some Retail Therapy

Whether you are a bargain hunter or impulsive buyer, Pennsylvania has shopping options to suit all types of shopping personalities.

Plenty of deals are waiting for you in Erie and the Pocono Mountains. Shop for beautiful handmade quilts and wooden furniture in the Amish Village of Pennsylvania’s Dutch Country or find an antique treasure in the small towns of Volant, New Oxford and Adamstown. You are sure to make the right purchase with a shopping trip to PA’s outlet malls, trendy boutiques, shopping centers, and quaint main streets.

Philadelphia and The Countryside
Despite its rich history and traditional overtones, Philadelphia's cosmopolitan style precedes all. Marathon shopping is a sport Philadelphia and for good reason. You'll everything from small boutiques and high-end mega malls to the see-and-be-seen avenues to the quaint treasure troves. Plus, you will enjoy these three magical words: tax-free shopping.

Located just 35 minutes from center city, in the historic Valley Forge Region PA, the Philadelphia Premium Outlets features 150 clothing stores including Banana Republic, Neiman Marcus, Calvin Klein, Coach, Cole Haan, Juicy Couture, Michael Kors, Nike, and Polo Ralph Lauren. You will also find home and electronics stores, like Restoration Hardware and Sony and more, all with everyday savings of up to 65%.

Featuring eight world-class department stores with European and International designers, and more than 40 amazing dining options, the King of Prussia Mall is the premier shopping destination on the east coast. Most likely, if you don’t see it at King of Prussia, it has not hit the runway yet.

Upstate PA/Pocono Mountains
Looking to go on a shopping adventure and enjoy some of the most dramatic scenery in the state? Take a trip to Upstate PA and you will discover quaint downtowns full of specialty shops and boutiques. Visit the lively towns of Wilkes-Barre and Jim Thorpe to look for those one-of-a-kind items and then head over to the outlet mall to wrap up your Christmas shopping.

Take a stroll through downtown Jim Thorpe, an iconic community named in honor of Olympic medal winner James Francis Thorpe. In addition to being know as one of the Most Beautiful Small Towns in America, Jim Thorpe offers many quaint boutiques, shops, and historical sites to explore.

If you are looking to score great deals, head to Tannersville to Crossings Premium Outlets in the heart of the Pocono Mountains. You will discover an exciting collection of more than 100 name brand stores, such as BCBG Max Azria, Coach, Ann Taylor, Coldwater Creek, Polo Ralph Lauren, and Nike.

Pennsylvania Dutch Country
Load up the family and take a drive through the Pennsylvania Dutch Country for all your shopping needs. Enjoy stops along the way at familiar favorites like the Tanger Outlets in Lancaster, specialty stores in Harrisburg, and holiday detours along the way.

Shop ‘til you drop at the Tanger Outlets in Lancaster. Enjoy over 60 Brand name stores like Nike, Kenneth Cole, DKNY, Polo Ralph Lauren, offering up to 65% off. Pace your, the savings are everywhere you look.

While in Lancaster, take a stroll through downtown Lancaster. Here you will discover more than 300 boutiques, restaurants, art galleries and entertainment venues. Take the time to tour the various museums, find unique items while shopping, and explore cool local-owned stores, like Ditto Couture.

Our Favorite Places to Shop

King of Prussia Mall

With 2,793,200 square feet of retail space, King of Prussia Mall is the largest in the United States. Built in 1963, the mall consists of two sections: the Plaza at King of Prussia, and the Court at King of Prussia.

Some of the top retailers at King of Prussia Mall include Bloomingdale's, Lord & Taylor, Macy's, Nordstrom, and much more.

On your next visit to King of Prussia, be sure to set aside some time to visit the King of Prussia Mall. This shopping experience is a popular destination for visitors to the Philadelphia Metro Area.