4 South New Middletown Road
Media, PA 19063
Phone: (610) 565-5800
Fax: (610) 565-7748
Most of the action figures and dolls are from the 20th century, but older pieces are also available at Zip's Toys to Go. Domestic and imported plush toys and one-of-a-kind dolls are sold, with an impressive inventory of Steiff and Muffy. Disney aficionados will be pleased with the plethora of original animation cells and other artwork.
Located on Concord Pike, this mall is the second largest mall in the state of Delaware. It consists of stores like Macy's, H & M, Aeropostale as well as entertainment facilities like FYE.
This adorable family-run toy store has been a Bryn Mawr mainstay since many years now. Spread over 1,100 square feet (102.19 square meters), the store is highlighted by its great service. The staff is exceedingly courteous, patient and caring towards the enthusiastic, little ones who tend to linger and are quite eager to play with everything. The collection is quite impressive as well, with several educational and interesting toys that cater to physiological, psychological and social development of the children. A true hidden gem, Pun’s Toy Store is as popular with kids as it is with adults.
If you're looking for a unique, one-of-a-kind gift, then you better head to The 5 Senses. This store is dedicated to selling handmade items from a wide variety of artisans. The selection of items is unbelievable: pottery, glass, candles, jewelry, clocks, cards, jams, jellies, and more! And all of them made to appeal to all five senses. With a wide range of prices and gifts that go from practical to decorative, there's sure to be something for everyone.
Vix Emporium is a quaint little shop just a short walk away from Cedar Park. Furnished with a collection of wooden, mirrored cabinets from its time as a ladies' hat shop in the 1940s, the store has a character that is as unique as its wares. The store stocks a wide variety of gift items including jewellery, ceramics, home-ware, artwork, hand-made soaps and many more treasures, all of which have been designed and created by local artists from the Philadelphia area and around the country. Apart from supporting local artists by providing them a space where they may display and sell their work, Vix Emporium also organizes craft fests in collaboration with prestigious organizations like the Penn Museum. A welcomed break from mass-produced gifts, Vix Emporium provides you with an opportunity to find a special treat for yourself or a loved one.
Find the perfect prom dress, wedding gown or dresses for you bridesmaid here at Irini's Originals. They've been dedicated to creating fresh and original designs, assured to suit any beautiful lady.
Wolf Cycles is one of Philadelphia’s longest running bicycle establishment. Originally launched by the Wolff family in 1932, Firehouse Bicycles took over in 2012. They specialize in new and used bikes, parts and accessories, and also feature a service shop. Spread over three floors, their second floor is dedicated to live entertainment. This space plays host to an array of concerts, plays, movie screenings, meetings and community events.
The King of Prussia is an absolute juggernaut of department stores, specialty stores and restaurants. Be sure to stop by the visitor's center to pick up a map. The King of Prussia complex is known as the largest of its kind on the East Coast and is the only place in the world where many department stores can be found under one roof, including Na Hoku, Nordstrom, Macy's, and Sears. There is also a host of kiosks and eateries to delight your palette as you shop.
Since the 1960s, A House of Our Own has been a legendary place to find books on politics, history, sociology and multicultural topics. It's an old-fashioned store: quiet, with classical music playing softly, teetering stacks of books in the aisles, and high shelves that can be reached only by a rolling ladder. Guest speakers stop in to talk about their books. Students stop in to get a different perspective on their class work at the University of Pennsylvania, across the street.
J. Crew is where you can be sure to put an entire look together. Albeit expensive, every creation on offer at J. Crew is totally worth the money spent.
Eddie Bauer offers a good collection of clothing requirements for the entire family. Choose from the trendiest clothes, good brands and unique designs. They also feature a section for home decor and shoes.
Neiman Marcus is one of the best department stores in town. Catering mainly to the latest fashion trends, they have products from the leading brands like Gucci, Burberry, Hermes, Loius Vitton and so on. They are quite popular among customers for their well stocked fragrance section.