A visit to Millersburg just might change your holiday shopping plans forever.
With a strong emphasis on antiques and locally-made items, Millersburg offers unique gift ideas you’re unlikely to find anywhere else — certainly not at a mall or national big box retailer.
Five antique and collectibles shops in Downtown Millersburg feature an ever-changing eclectic assortment of glass items, clocks, toys, antique guns and painstakingly refurbished furniture and other local treasures.
Carnival glass bowls, trays and other historic pieces reflect Millersburg’s short-lived but celebrated history of glass making. Furniture and other items made from recovered barn wood also are among the phenomenal merchandise that is abundant in Millersburg.
More modern “antiques” — creative products made from discarded items that may have outlived their original use — also can be discovered in Downtown Millersburg.
One unique family-owned shop specializes in locally designed women’s wear that is made by talented Amish seamstresses.
Shopping in Millersburg may sometimes feel more like perusing a museum, where one might come across a genuine sign from an “Insane Asylum” or a spotlight from the Mansfield Reformatory.
On any given day, you’re bound to find just about anything.
During the Christmas shopping season, Millersburg’s quaint shops are festively lit and decorated to add cheer and excitement to an already fascinating small-town shopping experience.
When you’ve completed your gift list, be sure to enjoy some delicious Millersburg cuisine and take in some of the evening social life. While many Amish Country towns are shutting down for the evening, Millersburg’s eateries are gearing up with selections that range from barbecue to Angus burgers to pizza — along with a large selection of local and regional wine and beer. Friendly pubs, which offer live evening entertainment, particularly on the weekends, beckon tourists to return. New friends and interesting people can be found with whom to exchange Christmas cheer almost anywhere you go.