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John G. Schmick Heritage Center

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59 East Kittanning Street
Smicksburg, PA 16256
Phone: 814-257-8083

John G. Schmick Heritage CenterLocated in the heart of the Amish community of Smicksburg this museum is situated in a converted house which contains a wealth of historic memorabilia from the surrounding area. *****We will be closed from December 15th through the middle of April.

Smicksburg - An Amish Settlement

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Smicksburg - An Amish SettlementStep back into time as you travel to Northern Indiana County, home of a large Amish population which has grown to over 800 settlers since 1961. The Amish pursue a simpler lifestyle, operating farms and other businesses in ways that have changed little in the past century. Take notice of the fields being farmed with horses, and the small school houses where young children play in simple clothing as you drive through the beautiful countryside with rolling hills and gentle curves. The people are hospitable and wave as you go by, but please be careful to respect their lifestyle and take no pictures of the Amish folk. Drive slowly through the area being courteous to Amish traveling in horse-drawn buggies, and enjoy over 20 specialty shops along the way, offering country crafts, quilts, furniture, and foods. Smicksburg or "Schmicksburg," West Mahoning Township, Route 954 was founded in May of 1827 by Reverend J. George Schmick. Reverend Schmick was a Lutheran minister who purchased land from Charles Coleman. The Smicksburg Post Office opened October 1, 1830. John Kerr was the postmaster at that time. Kerr was also the blacksmith. The borough was incorporated in 1854.

Smicksburg Specialty Shops

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Route 954
Smicksburg, PA 16256
Phone: 814 257-8553

Smicksburg Specialty ShopsLocal business organization for area shops in the Smicksburg Amish area that promotes a unique shopping and dining experience.

Time Works

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25 Eileen Drive
Smicksburg, PA 16258
Phone: 814-257-0166

Antiques, vintage, repurposed, upcycled and handcrafted treasures in the heart of Pennsylvania's Amish Country. We have over 50 vendors!

Little Mahoning Creek Pottery

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87 Clarion Street
Smicksburg, PA 16256
Phone: 814-257-8960

Little Mahoning Creek PotteryNancy Smeltzer creates functional and decorative wood fired and soda glazed pottery for home and garden. Open when you see the open flag flying or by appointment.

Country Junction Restaurant

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81 Eileen Drive
Smicksburg, PA 16256
Phone: 814-257-0152

Located in the heart of Smicksburg Amish community, they offer home-style meals, as well as, homemade breads, soups, and desserts.

Old Smicksburg Park

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179 E. Kittanning St
Smicksburg, PA 16256
Phone: 724-463-8636

Old Smicksburg Park is a 33-acre park located in Smicksburg Borough, in northwestern Indiana County. Since its establishment in 1827, Smicksburg has undergone significant changes. The park provides an opportunity to preserve the history of Smicksburg, interpret life of an early American village and provide an area for outdoor recreation. The park offers hiking trails for walking, birding and wildflower study. It also has picnic tables, portable restroom and a canoe or kayak access to the Little Mahoning Creek.

Smicksburg Furniture

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21875 Indiana Road
PO Box 97
Smicksburg, PA 16256
Phone: 814-257-8696
Fax: 814-257-8800

In our showroom you will find quality built Amish furniture and country decor to accent every room in your home.  Our two story barn stocks solid oak dining and bedroom sets, children's furniture, quilted purses and unique primitive furnishings.  Browse the shelves of our kitchen and find gourmet canned and specialty foods. Open Monday - Friday 10am - 4pm, Saturday 10am - 5pm and Sunday 12Noon to 4pm  

Wender Pottery

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56 East Kittanning Street
Smicksburg, PA 16256

A distinctive collection of stoneware pottery and one of a kind raku-fired lamps. The pieces are all designed and created at our shop in downtown Smicksburg. Hours: May-October: We are open daily from 10-4. Our email address is