Quilt Museum at the Old Country Store

The Quilt Museum is Now Closed

Unfortunately all good things must come to an end. The Quilt Museum is no longer open for business.  All businesses owned by Good Enterprises of Intercourse, PA have now closed due to bankruptcy.  We are sorry to see them go. Their various business served countless customers over the years.

For information on other Intercourse, PA points of interest, please see our Intercourse, PA pages.

For information on the many fine quilt shops throughout the Pennsylvania Dutch Country, please see our Quilts Page.

There are numerous other museums throughout Lancaster County. Please see our Museums Directory for details.

The information below is just for those who wondered what the Quilt Museum was all about.

The People’s Place Quilt Museum

“A Showcase of Quilts: Dazzling Contemporary Creations” showcases 23 contemporary quilts selected for their outstanding design, color, and workmanship. The museum also includes special educational exhibits about quilt making.

The Museum Shoppe features outstanding one-of-a-kind folk objects and art pieces handmade by artisans from across the country. Here you’ll find an interesting selection of wooden shaker boxes, pillows, jewelry, folk dolls, and more.


Admission is Free

This Quilt Museum is located right in the heart of Intercourse, Pennsylvania, on the second floor above The Old Country Store, an historic store that features crafts by hundreds of local crafters, thousands of bolts of fabric, and a beautiful selection of handmade Lancaster County quilts at low prices. The Old Country Store has been called “One of the 10 best quilt shops in the U.S.” by Quilt Sampler, Better Homes and Gardens.

The museum is open Monday through Saturday, 9am to 5pm.

The Quilt Museum at the Old Country Store
3510 Old Philadelphia Pike (Route 340)
Intercourse, PA 17534


  1. cynde gehnrich says:

    how could this store possibly close? I have been shopping there for 30 years plus. I have been going to lntercourse since I was a little girl and will miss this store more than any other in town. PLEASE find a way to re-open!!!!!

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