Millie's Market Café
Sandwiches, wraps, soup, salad, pie & ice cream. Come experience house made freshness, you'll see why the locals meet at Millie's!
Aunt Millie's Candy
Featuring the world's best gummies, chocolates, and German Roasted Nuts, snack mixes, Jelly Belly's, saltwater taffynostalgic candy, and outrageously fun kid's candy.
Shipshewana's scrapbook store! Offerings include paper, albums, stickers, & findings from Bazzkill, K & Co., Making Memories, BoBunny, Imaginesce, and Creative Imaginations.
A child's world of discovery, featuring Melissa & Doug, Thomas the Tank Engine, Ty, Klutz, Playmobil, and other great toys. Third floor beside the carousel.
A 1906 Dentzel Carousel would be a treat to ride on anywhere in the world. The German brothers who created these wonderful masterpieces were known for their attention to detail, and one hundred years later, it still shows! The original pieces of the assembled carousel are the working parts, the gears, the braces, and the center pole. All of the animals were commissioned to be carved to represent the animals you see around Shipshewana. Horses, cows, chickens, dogs, and if you're lucky, a team of "work horses" turning the soil for a farmer. Our animals were carved by Al Bontrager, who learned how to carve as a young Amish boy looking to his grandfather for instruction and direction. After they were carved, the job of painting the animals rested squarely on the shoulders of Cheryl Kellett. Hours of planning, carving and painting were put into this project. Families care finding a wonderful place to explore and visit and make memories once again in the Davis Mercantile. There's only one Shipshewana.
Comforts from years past. Retro tables, MODA reproductioin linens from the 1950's. Handmade aprons, antiques, and fine reproductions found here!
Back Home Again
Decorative accessories to make your house a home. Shaw area rugs, custom and in stock, afghans, Grande wallhangings, garden/indoor statues, linens, and more.
Locally handcrafted apparel sizes small to 3x. Quilted handbags, purses, sunglasses, jewelry, souvenirs, and jackets.
Large Treenware selection, folk art pictures, Amish furniture, Country House runners, place mats, curtains & accessories. Bearington Bears, cook books, Swing cards, and Soy candles.
Famous for our hand rolled soft pretzels. JoJo's is a "must-experience" on your visit. Piping hot pretzels with homeade mustards surrounded by our vintage inspired shops.
Lolly's Fabric is the place to go to find anything in fabrics. Complete line of quilting supplies and precut fabrics to patterns and most of all, personal & knowledgable help to guide you through your next quilting project.
The Lang Store
Cupboards filled to the brim with Lang calendars, mugs, recipe keeping, and home décor. Browse our gallery of quilts & wallhangings all handmade locally.
The Village Boutique
The Heritage Lace gallery store featuring lace curtains. A favorite store for many years. Home décor, Root Candles, and heritage lace for your home.
Sarah Davis, Ltd.
Brighton jewelry and handbags, Vera Bradley, Ahava, Crabtree and Evelyn and rich bathing luxuries. European inspired clothing and jewelry. Incredible finds!
Simple Sounds provides the finest dulcimers made in America with a wide selection of folk instruments, print music and instrument accessories.
Fruit smoothies, espressos, cappuccino & coffees. Come try a sample from our kitchen. Locally roasted coffee beans, Republic of Tea, gourmet foods, and JoJo's mustards. Free samples daily!
A Little Bit of Lolly's
The best kept secret in Shipshewana! The little store where everything is on sale! Fabric, books, patterns, quilt tops, collectables and gifts. See you soon!
The softest fabrics in town! Featuring Shannon Cuddle Fabrics in every color under the sun. From kits and yardage to blankets all ready to go, there's something here for everyone.
Head Over Heels
Head Over Heels, LLC began in 2004 as a "novelty sock shop" and within a few short years evolved into what is now an "outdoor adventure store." An interesting metamorphosis don’t you think? We're still shaking our heads! As we continue to plan for growth we would love to have your input! Please feel free to contact us with your ideas or suggestions!