Amish Furniture - Take Home a PA Dutch Heirloom!

All these stores have Amish Furniture that is made by Amish, Mennonite and or local craftspeople.

Peaceful Valley Amish Furniture - They have Oak, pine, and cherry, beds, dining sets, you name it. The address 3172 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird-In-Hand, PA 17505. Phone - 717-768-3575

Country Home Furniture - USA made hand-crafted home furnishings with a large Amish selection. The address is 1352 Main Street, East Earl PA 17519. The Phone is (717)354-2329

Snyder's Furniture - 3709 East Newport Road (Rt. 772 East), Gordonville PA 17529. Phone - (717)768-7642

Old Road Furniture Company - A small family owned business, run by a local Mennonite couple. The address is 3457 Old Philadelphia Pike (Route 340), P.O. Box 593, Intercourse PA 17534. Phone - 1-800-760-7171 or 717-768-0478

Lapp's Coach Shop - Most of the items are Amish made. They go to great lengths to make sure you get the best quality at the most reasonable prices. They feature pie safes, cabinets, bookcases, dining sets, toys, jewelry chests, rocking chairs, gliders, toys, birdhouses, mailboxes, and hickory items. The hours of operation are from 8 AM until 5 PM Monday - Saturday. The address is 3572 West Newport Road, Intercourse PA 17534. Phone - 717-768-8712

Penn Dutch Furniture - Handcrafted by 40 local Mennonite and Amish families. This is located at the Markets at Shrewsbury. Call ahead for hours. The address is 12025 Susquehanna Trail Glen Rock, PA 17327. Phone - 717-235-6611

The Pa Dutch are known for there fine furniture making skills that have been passed down from generation to generation. So take home a piece that will become one of your family's heirlooms.

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