I enjoy walking the streets and browsing the unique stores that populate the area. There are also a number of good restaurants around as you walk from shop to shop.
My mother (who is from Alabama) looked this up on the internet and just had to go. I took her down there and I was totally surprised! They had everything in the little shops all down the streets. My mother had a blast and I must say I had a lot of fun too. Lunch was awesome at Ellen's Cafe!... More
Especially around the holidays. It's beautiful and f Festive. Chorale groups, local schools, entertainers, every food there is and so much more!
Over rated. Stores are expensive boutiques. Stores that do sale resale items are expensive. Will not be paying flea market prices. Recommend eating at Wunsche Bros, Cafe. Also Puffbelly's is a nice place. It is an old train depot.
Several unique shops and a couple wineries make this a nice visit with a group of fellow shoppers. I don't recommend it for strollers as the sidewalks are old, uneven, and narrow. The holiday decorations add to the festivity!
Old Town Spring has been a destination for decades. There is the bank that Bonnie and Clyde held up, complete with bullet holes in the outer wall and a wonderful old cafe by the railroad tracks. All of the buildings are now shops of various sorts - gifts, wine, art, food - anything you might want but don't necessarily need.... More
My Town has yummy food and our favorite is HYDE's .Railroad and music with a beer .GREAT OWNERS AND RELAXING LUNCH OR DINNERS. Sundays and during festival times.
Our day was washed out by a really bad storm until 4 PM. Arrived in Spring to find that the town rolls up the sidewalks at 5 PM. Bummed. Would have liked more time because it was a cute, quaint lil' town with nice one of a kind stores.
Lot's of interesting shops with unique items. Everyone was friendly and courteous. Will return when I have more time and can see all of the shops and sites, there was much more than I realized.
Old Town Spring is a nice town to visit. Little specialty shops that are quant and interesting. And like the name, it is an old town with the old town feel.
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