Who is Swatty Creek Mill?
Swatty Creek Mill is a gift shop specializing in decor, candles, bath & body, accessories and apparel.
Conveniently located just 7 minutes from Hershey Park in Hummelstown, Pennsylvania’s historical district; come say hello and see how we’re different!
“woman-owned / operated; small business.”
Welcome to Swatty Creek Mill. I’m Tiffany, the responsible party and I’ve set out to build a brand that is not only a shop, but a shopping experience. An experience that is both convenient and honest with all of the ‘feels’ of a hometown shop.
With only being founded in 2019, Swatty Creek Mill has already come a long way! When I began this adventure, I was inspired by our mill located on the Swatara Creek (aka the “Swatty”); buying and selling vintage/antique items that has now quickly flourished in to our Online Shop and a Storefront to call home. With over 18+ years’ experience in the safety and soundness of electronic payments, and as an accredited payments industry expert; I turned my passion for home decor and knowledge of the industry to what you see today.
I hope you enjoy our products as much as I enjoy offering them! I want you to be completely satisfied with every purchase and have that hometown experience whether you’re visiting us in-person or online. If you find that your experience with Swatty Creek Mill is anything less than exceptional, I ask that you please contact me right away!
where can i shop?
Swatty Creek Mill Storefront
28 W Main Street, Hummelstown, PA
Tues – Thurs: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Fri – Sat: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sun – Mon: closed
The Swatty Creek Mill storefront is an 1,100 sq. ft., 1700s home consisting of four rooms; offering decor, candles, bath & body, accessories and apparel products from both national and local vendors. The former 1700s home began operating in 1905 as a Drug Store by Mr. Kilmer and Mr. Ruff. In 1935 the property transferred to the Albert Imoden Residence and Carriage House; 1935-1972, The Albert Imoden Store; 1973-1996, Early’s Flower Shop; 1996-2001, The Tarman Book Store; 2001-2019 The Hummelstown Historical Society; and 2020-Present, Swatty Creek Mill.