Hartville Kitchen LOVES tour groups!
Bring your group to experience the charm of Hartville. Our family of businesses are all conveniently located on one campus, providing your group with a wonderful day full of eating, shopping and exploring. All of our registered groups receive a complimentary gift and shopping voucher with valuable discounts for all of our businesses.
To register your bus group with our Hospitality Coordinator, click HERE or call 330.877.9353 to register with our Hospitality Coordinator.
NOTE: You must complete this form at least 1 week prior to arriving on our campus in order to receive the Bus Group perks.
Founded in 1939, Hartville MarketPlace and Flea Market has evolved from a live stock auction to a unique indoor market place with over 100 unique shops featuring food, fashion, crafts, antiques, home decore, and more. The indoor market features a fully stocked food court where you will find gourmet treats and traditional fast casual items like burgers and fries. Outside you will experience one of the largest outdoor open flea markets in the state of Ohio, boasting over 800 vendors daily in peak season.
Founded in 1966, Hartville Kitchen is truly a gem. Featuring a large menu of scratch made home style cooking, you’re sure to find just what you are looking for. The on site bakery and candy shop brings piece of nostalgia to life.
Don’t let the name fool you, this 20,000 square foot gift shop, founded in 1972 has something for everyone. In addition to a wide variety of collectibles and one-of-a-kind keepsakes, they also feature a beautiful array of women’s fashion accessories, like the latest designer jewelry and handbags, as well as clothing and other unique items to brighten your wardrobe.
Founded in 1972, Hartville Hardware has recently opened up their brand new location on our campus. Unique features include an 1850 square foot Made in the USA Idea House, which was almost entirely constructed of products made in the USA and products that are in stock daily at the store. A 3,500 square foot farm & pet area anchored by a feed mill facade that shows a sign reclaimed from the original sale barn, shows a complete offering of feed and accessories for domestic and house pets. The tool area shows a 19th century log cabin, reconstructed in the tool department to feature a library of how-to books and magazines.
The combination of this unique location and excellent food and one of a kind shopping experiences makes our guests feel like they’ve found something special. Our convenient facilities also feature ample free bus parking, clean non-smoking environments, and full handicapped access.