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Liberty Bells, Independence Hall postcards, Founding Father figurines, flags, pins, dishes and other collectibles that have anything to do with Philadelphia is here. This is where the tourists go to bring back a memento from their Philadelphia experience. A full selection of Asher's chocolates and candies are also available. Corporate accounts are welcome. Perfect for providing the local flavor needed for your city theme event. Conveniently located in the historic district and adjacent to shopping and restaurants.
This small store boasts a hip collection of national and local designers. Find great brands, like Citizens of Humanity, Seven for all Mankind, Paige Premium Denim and Free People. The emphasis is on women's clothing, shoes and accessories, but there are also a few interesting things for men.
Philly AIDS Thrift is a non-profit organization that trades in second-hand apparel, accessories, furniture and electronics. It also stocks books, DVDs, CDs, cars and sports equipment. Customers can buy and sell used merchandise and make tax-free donations to this store, which supports AIDS-related organizations. Customers can shop for antique furniture, chinaware, stereos, television sets, old tapes and records, classic jeans, blouses, t-shirts and coats. The trendy apparel and quirky furnishings combined with shopping for a cause lead to a satisfying experience. Check their website for details on volunteering at this store.
Mulberry Market is a perfect stop for guests in the historical district. Located across from the Betsy Ross House, the market is in close proximity to many historical sites and hotels such as the Omni and Holiday Inn Independence. Stop by for a sandwich at the eat-in deli during your historical tour or come back to shop for groceries. There are big sandwiches, hoagies, salads and usually some entrees such as roast chicken, lasagna, or a roast. Choose from a great beer selection.
The Scarlett Alley, in the Old City section, is noted for its constantly changing inventory. A pragmatic combination of home and personal items ensures a productive shopping trip. Soaps lotions, jewelry, designer tableware, pens, knick-knacks, and much more stock the shelves. The back alley features larger home furnishings such as lamps, rugs and upholstered sofas and chairs. Get hold of all your credit cards, because this store will surely get you into the shopping spree!
Also known as Lumiere, Reform Vintage Modern is well stocked with items of the 50s, 60s and 70s. Chairs, sofas, tables in all possible shades are found here—rustic looking and plain with minimal pattern and most of all classy but affordable. One also comes across a collection of office and coffee tables, tables for dining room or the hallway etc. The lamp collection being the most vibrant and interesting as far as color and design goes. This home accessories store is definitely featuring the eclectic, what more reason do you need to go and get something from there!