Pennsylvania welcomes you to its friendly Main Streets, each holding a collection of unique gifts and shops that give you a real feel of what PA is all about! Leave some room in the trunk. You'll have a hard time stopping yourself from filling up on handmade, home cooked, and overall awesome Main Street goodies. Here's a few to check out.
If specialty shopping is what you're into, Downtown Erie is the place to be. Stores like Accents by the Bay and Glass Growers Gallery offer countless specialty gifts like jewelry and home décor. And Ye Ole Sweet Shoppe is filled with home cooked treats.
Grove City 
On the streets of Grove City you'll find distinctive gifts at stores like Joden World Resources and Antiques by the Yard. And at the Mill Street Market, you'll find a bunch of specialty shops including a quilting shop and scrapbooking stores.
DuBois is the perfect place to find that one-of-a-kind, eclectic gift for everyone any time of year. Discover something unique at Toy Heaven or get lost in luxury at Merle Norman. Getting hungry? Stop by Hockman's for some chocolate covered potato chips.
Bradford is a great place to pick up shiny new gear for the outdoor-lover in your life. But if sporting goods aren't what you're after, don't sweat it – you'll find Serendipity on Main Street.
A stroll around Williamsport reveals a wonderfully diverse mix of shopping opportunities. You'll find exclusive gifts at shops like Katie's Country Store and Boutique, and Gustonian Gifts offers a wide variety of animal clothes and accessories.
Upstate PA 
The streets of Scranton hold tons of surprises for adventurous visitors. Stop by Dietz Hat shop for something stylish, then head to Comics on the Green for friendly service and some superhero merchandise.
Architectural charm, history, and a spectacular shopping spree await you in Ashland. Stop by Smokin' Joe's Tobacco Shop and score an awesome cigar box. Then drop in at Heart N' Home Gift Shop and Your Favorite Things Craft Shop for some hand-crafted gifts.
Lehigh Valley 
The town of Easton has an inviting and walkable downtown area overflowing with great shops and boutiques. Make a visit to Baby Gift Clouds for some toys and clothes for the little guy or gal in your life. Then round out your trip with a visit to Eagles Nest Antiques and Connexions for some old-fashioned souvenirs and gifts.
The bustling streets of Emmaus are lined with restaurants, pubs, and great shopping destinations. Kim's Kountry Kreations offers everything from hand-poured candles and soaps to furniture and handmade baskets. There's even 2BHip, a store dedicated to belt buckles.
Kennett Square 
Kennett Square is known as the Mushroom Capital of the World, so no shopping excursion would be complete without a stop at The Mushroom Cap. Here you are sure to find some truly unique items, like a bag of Snack N Shrooms. Also be sure to check out Bedbugzz, a store specializing in fun and colorful children's furnishings.
A walk through Jenkintown will guide you to countless shops, restaurants, and memorable stops. Make a quick stop at Jenkintown Jewelers to see their shiny, shimmering wares. And The Shoe Store is known for, well, shoes. Lots of them.
Situated in the heart of Bucks County, along the Delaware River & Canal, the historic boroughs of Bristol, Morrisville, New Hope and Yardley offer an unforgettable experience. The Landmark Town communities provide a wealth of shopping opportunities in undeniably charming settings.
Dutch Country Roads 
Leave yourself with plenty of trunk space. It's impossible to visit all these great shops and boutiques without walking away with a handful of gifts and goodies. The Art Store on Main Street is full of artsy gifts. Then there's the MADE shop full of handcrafted jewelry and crafts.
With so much to see and do in this historic colonial village, it's hard to pick just one place to go. So why not visit them all? Start off in the Purple Turtle, a boutique consignment shop full of chic clothing. Know any bookworms? Stop by Aaron's Books, a family owned and operated shop named for the youngest member of the family.
This small town has a big personality. And you'll see it when you're strolling along Main Street. Visit The Gift Enclosure for unique gift ideas including baby toys, specialty books, and more. Then make a stop at the Tuscarora Mountain Winery for a few gifts for your friends. And yourself.
Take a stroll through historic Lewisburg and discover a friendly and creative vibe. The shops here are practically overflowing with uncommon treasures. Stop by Brushstrokes to stock up on supplies for the artist in the family. And the Gingerbread House has gifts for every occasion.
A casual walk around Selinsgrove will take you to folksy country stores and remarkable marketplaces. Start off at the Country Squire where you'll find handmade country crafts. After that, make your way over to Foss Jewelers for something pretty.
In Downtown Bloomsburg, there's a lot to see. Discover the latest women's apparel and accessories at The Bella Donna Boutique, then check out what's all the rage for younger generations at Lil Kids Stuff. For a pick-me-up, stop by Wanderlust Cafe for organic juices, smoothies, teas and coffee.
The Alleghenies 
State College 
With clothing boutiques, art galleries, and specialty shops galore, downtown State College has you covered. Stop by Webster's Bookstore and Café to pick up a few classics. After that, spend some time in the Music Mart where you might find something for the future rock star in your life.
This town has a rich history of arts, crafts, and creative endeavors. In Bedford, you'll find several antique malls and over 30 antique shops like Founders Crossing. You can even wrap yourself in some exotic threads at the Backstage Alpaca Shop.
Laurel Highlands 
Unique shops and boutiques layer the streets of downtown Irwin. Go for a walk along Main Street and visit Ye Olde Teddy Bear Shoppe. You'll have an easy time finding something adorable to take home. For the golf enthusiast in your life, grab some equipment at Welty's Golf Shop.
This cozy town, nestled along the Kiskiminetas River, is full of inviting shops. Peels 1898 Antiques is filled with outstanding treasures. Or, to make your own unique gift, stop by Pugliese Flowers and Gifts to create the perfect arrangement or basket of treats.
From its Farmer's Market to its fine dining, there's a lot happening on Butler's main streets. Stroll on over to The Unicorn Gift Store to pick up some gourmet food, fine silver jewelry, or bath and body products. A stop at Furniture Galleries will guide you to some awesome home decorations.
A shopping spree along the streets of Waynesburg will result in bags full of handcrafted goodies. For some uncommon gifts, stop by Grandma's Attic (don't worry – there are no moth balls to be smelt here). Or if you're in the market for stylish women's apparel, visit the Fashion Shop & Etc.
This historic neighborhood close to downtown Pittsburgh is known for its welcoming vibe, walkable streets, locally grown businesses, and creative stores. Celebrate Pittsburgh's diverse local art scene at shops like Wildcard, Fresh Heirlooms, or Julep.