Elfreth's Alley Museum Shop

Early American artisans and shopkeepers often lived and worked in the same structures. Families slept in the rooms on the second floors and third — or "garret" — level. The large rooms on their first floors housed busy shops, where passersby could glimpse shop goods inside the street-level windows.

The Elfreth's Alley Museum Shop continues this tradition. Craft goods, decorative items, and books cater to the discerning tastes of the hundreds of thousands of visitors who come to Elfreth's Alley every year.

All gift shop sales and tour fees benefit the continued education and preservation missions of the Elfreth's Alley Museum.