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Peddler's Village Shop and Tulips
Philadelphia

Peddler’s Village is a quaint shopping area with specialty shops, restaurants, a luxurious Inn and Giggleberry Fair family entertainment center. It is a great  destination for entertainment and relaxation with attractive walkways and landscaping.

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Uploaded: 05/05/2012
Updated: 23/07/2014
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Tags: historic; bucks county; bucks; county; shopping ; pennsylvania; quaint; peddler’s village; brimming; unique; fabulous; tulips; shops; fun
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