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Each year we travel to Germany to work directly with the finest German artisans who supply the classic handmade items we offer at the very best prices. Our German craftspeople and their ancestors have been creating quality traditional pieces for more than 400 years!

Wood
Glass
Papier Mache
Lace
Steins/Barware
Porcelain & Wax

New Arrivals

Baby Wrap, 3'', $20.50 Each
  • $20.50
Handmade Glass Egg Ornament, Aqua Blue by Richard Mahr GmbH Marolin
  • $18.00
Handmade Glass Egg Ornament, Yellow Apple by Richard Mahr GmbH Marolin
  • $18.00
Handmade Glass Egg Ornament, Lilac by Richard Mahr GmbH Marolin
  • $18.00
Handmade Glass Egg Ornament, White by Richard Mahr GmbH Marolin
  • $18.00
"Good Luck" Heart Ornament by Hausdorfer Glas Manufaktur
  • $18.00
Aubergene Fleur de Lis by Friedrich Seiler
  • $13.50
Twisted Lines, Shiny Forest Green Ornament by Inge Glas in Neustadt bei Coburg, 3.2"
  • $32.50

Gettysburg Store

13 Baltimore St.

717-420-2319

Open 7 Days a Week

Sun - Thur • 10 AM - 7 PM

Fri & Sat • 10 AM - 9 PM

Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter and New Year's Day

Directions

Gettysburg Chocolate Market

Open Daily

Sun - Thur • 9 AM - 7 PM

Fri & Sat •9 AM - 9 PM

Next to the Christmas Haus Gettysburg Store

New Oxford Store

110 Lincoln Way West

717-624-9646

Open 7 Days a Week 10AM-5PM

Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter and New Year's Day

Directions

The Christmas Haus and the Gettysburg Chocolate Market are proudly requesting donations to support the Ukrainian Military as they defend against Russian invasion. Donations can be made by Cash or Check. Checks payable to Roger Lund, who will have the donation converted to Ukrainian Hryvnia.

Special Requests

If you're looking for authentic German Christmas items that you don't see listed here, please email us. We'll do our very best to help you!
Enjoy your visit in Pennsylvania or online!

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