Shop These Father’s Day Gift Ideas Around the Main Line

With Father's Day right around the corner, there's no time like the present to get dad the perfect gift to show him just how much you appreciate him.

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Not sure what to get dad for Father’s Day? Instead of ordering something last-minute, plan ahead by shopping locally from artisans and businesses in the Main Line region. Here are a few top picks that dad will love this year.

Autographed Jersey

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Carl’s Cards & Collectibles is heaven for the sports-loving dad. Shoppers can find cards, signed baseballs, hockey pucks, footballs and more. This Philadelphia Eagles jersey, signed by former center Jason Kelce, is the perfect addition to any man cave this Father’s Day. The shop is located on 22 W. Eagle Road in Havertown.

Kayak Rental

Treat the adventurous dad to a kayaking trip on the Schuylkill River. Keystone Land and Sea in Royersford offers rentals from four hours up to 24 hours. Starting at $45, this experience is sure to make lasting memories this Father’s Day.

Magnetic Knife Holder


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This multi-colored, polka-dot inlay, walnut, wall-mounted magnetic knife holder is a great gift for fathers who love to cook. Made with ethically sourced hardwoods, this holder from a Philadelphia creator is crafted to avoid scratching or dulling knives. For $220, this Father’s Day gift is sure to please.

Men’s Spa Package

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For the health-conscious dad in your life, check out Currie Spa’s men’s grooming packages. With locations in Kennett Square, Glen Mills and Wayne, the spa offers services like “The Man” facial for $105, which is designed specifically to exfoliate and soften male skin while addressing sensitivity and irritation caused by shaving. Other packages like The Face-Less facial, grooming manicure and deep tissue massage are top picks for this Father’s Day.

Personalized Whiskey Glass

Get your family name or a funny joke engraved on a custom whiskey glass for dad this Father’s Day. Philly DIY in Ardmore creates food-grade, lead-free and dishwasher-safe personalized glasses with unique etchings.

Philadelphia Sports Teams Cornhole Set

As outdoor picnics begin, cornhole is the ideal game to have at home. What better way to support your favorite sports teams than with a Philadelphia-themed cornhole set? The boards each feature a throwback logo and come with durable bags made by a Harleysville artist.

Pop Culture Auction Items

Score a collectible for the dad who loves all things pop culture. The Archive Books and Collectibles in Lansdale is holding an online auction featuring rare sports and non-sports cards, toys and other memorabilia. Live bidding opens on Wednesday, June 12 at 7 p.m.

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Righteous Felons Sampler Box

This Father’s Day, gift the outdoorsy dad in your life a snack box of premium beef jerky. Sold by PA General Store both online and at the physical shop in Reading Terminal Market, Righteous Felons crafts jerky in flavors like spicy habanero and cayenne, sweet and savory with real black truffle bourbon franklin, hickory smoked with Old Bay seasoning, black angus beef with black garlic and many more.

Shibe Vintage Sports

If you’re looking for curated sports memorabilia content this Father’s Day, Shibe Vintage Sports is the place to be. With both an online shop and a physical store in Wayne, Shibe is a throwback to the sports days of old. With apparel bundles and a Father’s Day gift guide on its website, Shibe makes it easy for shoppers to find the perfect item for the holiday.

Signed Longmire Novel


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Thrill the dad who loves thrillers with a signed copy of First Frost: A Longmire Mystery by Craig Johnson. The novelist will hold a book signing this Sunday, June 9, at Main Point Books from 6-7:30 p.m. Single tickets include a signed copy of the novel, while double tickets include a $10 coupon towards any other book purchase in the store. If you can’t make it to the event, you can also purchase First Frost via Amazon.

Weitzenkorns Apparel


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For the fashion-conscious dad in your life, Weitzenkorns Men’s Store in Phoenixville is the place to shop. With a curated assortment of over 50 brands of high-quality menswear, a gift from this store will be a long-lasting hit.

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