Crafty boutiques in Philadelphia
Collected by Sue Manuel , AFAR Local Expert
Where to find beautiful wood pieces, clay, lotions and potions, handmade gifts, and vintage treasures.
117 S 13th St, Philadelphia, PA 19107, USA
When you enter the store, the combined aromas of all the scented soaps, candles and other products is a lovely surprise. You’ll also be surprised by some of the inventive soap “flavors” – salted caramel, for example, and Yard’s (a local brewery) ...
108 S 13th St, Philadelphia, PA 19107, USA
Verde is actually two stores in one. It carries one-of-a-kind accessories, jewelry, and gifts, which makes it stand out as one of several unique shops in the Midtown Village district of Center City. Serendipitously, the boutique...
1625 Chestnut St #218, Philadelphia, PA 19103, USA
I've done my fair share of traveling and shopping, and in all my travels, I've never come across another store like Fire & Ice. Located in the Shops at Liberty Place, at first glance it appears to be a jewelry store, and the jewelry selection is...
139 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19106, USA
Whenever I’m in Philly’s Old City neighborhood, I love to visit the Clay Studio. Its gallery is one of the best places to browse or shop in the city, with gorgeous artist made creations in all price ranges. The Clay Studio is also a teaching...
141 N 3rd St, Philadelphia, PA 19106, USA
The Center for Art in Wood (formerly the Wood Turning Center), is both an exhibition space and research library, founded to promote and preserve the field of art made from wood. The permanent collection contains over 1,000 objects from around the...
51 N 12th St, Philadelphia, PA 19107, USA
There is no better place for visitors interested in one-stop souvenir shopping than the Pennsylvania General Store, located inside the Reading Terminal Market. You'll find everything from Amish quilts to just-made fudge, as well as food items...
4253 Main St, Philadelphia, PA 19127, USA
Sunrise in Tibet is a charming boutique on Main Street in Manayunk, offering affordable jewelry, clothing, accessories, scarves, sculpture, tapestries and other handicrafts from Tibet. The shop owner purchases items directly from the individual...
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