A Guide to Hawley’s Top Shops

Hawley may be a small town, but shopping is big here! A Main Avenue dotted by century-old Victorian buildings offers varied and plentiful opportunities for retail therapy. Check out our guide to Hawley’s Top Shops so you can charge away!

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B. Madigan Jewelry & Gifts
Shop this artist-owned boutique on Main Avenue for handcrafted jewelry. Owner Bernadette Madigan can often be found at work in her shop, which doubles as a studio, creating one-of-a-kind pieces. In fact, glass demonstrations are usually given on Saturdays. Madigan is a Guild Master in wire wrap jewelry and lamp work glass making. Pendants, earrings and rings are among the most popular items. The shop also carries work by other talented craftspeople. Browse wooden candle holders, custom greeting cards, novelty items and whimsical décor.

Country Charm Treats
Your one-stop-shop for everything sweet and homey. This store along Main Avenue is part ice cream parlor, part candy store, part gift shop and all charm. There are 30 flavors of ice cream, old-fashioned candy favorites, handmade crafts and authentic handcrafted Amish furniture.

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Doodles & Such
Go inside this little log cabin on Main Avenue for a wide selection of antiques, vintiques, country artistry and home décor. Merchandise from multiple vendors features everything from locally made lampshades and quilts to signs, trout flies and more.

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Hawley Antique Exchange
Get lost in 8,000 square feet of shopping space with antiques displayed on two floors. Browse the collections of over 30 vendors. The building along Route 6 is chock-full of art, collectables, pottery, primitives, Depression era glass, Christmas decorations, toys, coins, vintage fashion, furniture, lamps and books. Be sure to check out the world’s largest collection of Vaseline Glass. Find out why this has been a popular destination for treasure hunters in the Poconos since 1993.

Hawley Silk Mill
A landmark in Hawley has been repurposed into a bustling lifestyle hub. In addition to a fitness center and office space, the ground floor boasts a number of retail shops. Peruse the collection of fine art created by local artists in a variety of media at Looking Glass Art Gallery. Art on the Edge offers unique gifts, home décor, stylish clothing and accessories. Find clothing, toys and gifts for children from newborns to age 12 at Alice and Hamish. Discover the eclectic collection of home goods, furniture and lake-themed souvenirs available from Shelter and Van Gorder’s Furniture. Cocoon Coffeehouse and Bakery is in the shadow of the Hawley Silk Mill. Stop here for fresh-roast coffee, gourmet pastries, satisfying sandwiches and snacks, plus a sundry of locally-sourced foods and cooking essentials.

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Miss Elly’s Antiques & Such
Step inside this 1870s clapboard style Victorian home on Church Street to find rooms full of antiques. Displays and vignettes demonstrate how to mix styles and eras with painted furniture, glass and mid-century items interspersed with large, formal pieces. Discover new ways to repurpose vintage items. The assortment of merchandise includes paintings, textiles, folk items, vintage Christmas decorations and ephemera.

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Check out the ever-changing selection of items at this thrift store on Main Avenue that benefits Wayne Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. The non-profit shop run by volunteers offers gently-used clothing, home décor and holiday items.

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Penny Lane Candies & Candles
You’re in for a sweet treat at this charming store located on Church Street. A restored 1890 Victorian building provides the ideal setting to display over 500 varieties of candy. There are hard-to-find nostalgic candies, novelty and international brands. Mix and match a variety of bulk candies from over 300 fully-stocked bins. The large selection of candy also includes 40 varieties of milk and dark chocolate, 50 flavors of Jelly Belly jelly beans, sugar free, domestic and imported licorice, plus oversized lollipops and jaw breakers. There’s also an assorted collection of candle lines, candle accessories, metal and wood signs, nostalgic toys and games and puzzles. A visit to this family-run store is like a trip back in time.

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Perfectly Imperfect Pieces
The name denotes the appeal behind this shop nestled on Main Avenue. The store boasts a beautiful mix of farmhouse décor featuring everything from furniture to candles. It’s best known for its line of hand painted custom wooden signs. Browse the offerings of funny, inspirational and heart-warming messages. You can also shop a selection of stylish clothing and jewelry.

The Potting Shed
Visit this quaint gift shop in the garden of The Settlers Inn for an array of items inspired by the Arts and Crafts Movement. Merchandise changes seasonally but maintains the Inn’s commitment to handcraft goods and sustainability. The shop specializes in home goods and outdoor décor. Check out the selection of fine jewelry and pottery as well as unique wind chimes, garden statuary and metal art.

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Teeters’ Furniture
This family-owned, full-service furniture store has been a fixture in downtown Hawley since 1849. Shop two floors of furniture from trusted brands such as Bassett, Craftmaster, Kincaid and Hillsdale. In addition to furnishings for living room, dining room, bedroom and home office there are plenty of options for home décor including decorative pillows, statement clocks, wall art, plant stands, wine racks and more.

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The Hawley Depot
A must-see for transportation enthusiasts. The store carries a wide selection of antiques and collectables with an emphasis on model trains and automobile memorabilia. There’s also a plethora of vintage signs and advertisements and for the beer-lover, plenty of breweriana. Visitors to the shop located along Main Avenue, can buy, sell and trade antiques of all kinds.

The Village Bath
Located inside Miss Elly’s Antiques, this shop is a delight for the senses. Shoppers will find whimsical and practical bath items and accessories plus wall art, candles and more. Pick up one-of-a-kind gift gifts and browse the collection of contemporary jewelry and accessories.

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Time Machine Antiques
An ever-changing collection of antiques and décor transports visitors to another era. Offerings from several vendors include everything from large furniture pieces to rustic country décor and collectables. Housed in a Victorian era building on Main Avenue, shoppers can browse the diverse collection at their leisure.

Whatknots Trading Post
Shoppers to the store on Main Avenue will find a wide assortment of merchandise. It’s the one-stop-shop for residents and visitors to Hawley looking for cards, stationery, candles, craft items, home décor and more.

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The quantity, quality and variety of stores makes Hawley a true shopping destination. Plan a day trip or getaway to experience this retail wonderland. Settlers Hospitality offers two distinctive lodging options, each with exceptional in-house restaurants, within walking distance of  downtown. Book your stay at The Settlers Inn or Ledges Hotel today and to check out all of Hawley’s top shops.

Where to Shop Antiques
Hawley Antique Exchange
Miss Elly’s Antiques & Such
The Hawley Depot
Time Machine Antiques
Doodles & Such

Where to Shop Furniture & Home Décor
Art on the Edge at Hawley Silk Mill
Van Gorder’s Furniture at Hawley Silk Mill
Perfectly Imperfect Pieces
The Potting Shed
Teeter’s Furniture
Whatknots Trading Post

Where to Shop Sweets & Treats
Country Charm Treats
Penny Lane Candies & Candles
Cocoon Coffeehouse & Bakery

Where to Shop Art & Artisans
B. Madigan Jewelry & Gifts
Looking Glass Art Gallery
The Village Bath

Where to Shop Clothing
Alice & Hamish at Hawley Silk Mill
Art on the Edge at Hawley Silk Mill
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