Worth a visit especially for the Ten Thousand Villages shop. They have merchandise produced from all over the world that permit the artisans to support themselves and earn a decent living wage using sustainable and recycled materials. Kling House restaurant for lunch is good also. The Village Quilts is nice to see some really beautiful quilts and the Jam & Relish Kitchen with all their free samples is fun. If I wasn't so full after the Kling House for lunch, I would've tried the homemade ice cream from Lapp Valley Farms. I plan to return and do so next time along with a visit to the Pepper Lane Fudge & Sweets shop as they have a sugar free selection as well. The place is a little touristy, but if you don't mind that too much, it can be a fun way to spend a couple of hours on a nice afternoon as it is similar to an outdoor mall requiring some walking between shops.
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