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The Brick Store has been in business since at least 1790, making it America's oldest continuously operated general store. It is located in Bath, New Hampshire -- a quintessential New England village including the town common with war memorial, the...more
We just happened to pass by it as we were driving through the countryside, glad we stopped. They had a lot of gifts for sale along with grocery items, including cheese, sausage and donuts. I bought one of their donuts and it was quite good....More
This place is very unique, an ideal stopover when on a road trip in this area. Delicious daily sandwich special, awesome donuts, good coffee and lots more different drinks. My favorite part about this special what I call Diamond in the rough is the smokehouse...More
As we drove we noticed an interesting store. The name of this store: The Brick Store, America’s Oldest General store.
It was quite impressive. They had lots of souvenirs. I liked the ones that were fridge magnets.
They also had some grocery items, lots of...More
This is one of the oldest country stores in the country. It has recently undergone a two year renovation and is under new management. There are many very old photographs and original artifacts in the store. Their home made fudge is outstanding and their sandwiches...More
I'd been here a few times before it was auctioned off a year ago. The new owners haven't hurt it any. It's a typical New England general store, albeit the most historic one. It's more of a tourist attraction, like a lot of NE general...More
My husband and I took a day trip to sightsee and visit this country store. It is not large, but still a nice stop where you can get a sandwich, coffee and poke around at different items. Next door is a 50's style ice cream...More
Our bus made this a stop . Found the store interesting with lots of neat things. We had a group picture taken on the front porch, The covered bridge was neat to see with beautiful scenery. However being from Lancaster Co. PA this was nothing...More
Stopped here on our way to Littleton as we heard it was worth a visit. Except for its age and history, I wasn't that impressed as I didn't find it curious or anyway unique that warranted a stop. Actually found the covered bridge out back...More
It was amazing!!! The covered bridge was great to drive through and the Fudge was the best!! And the warm apple cider doughnuts 😋😋Yum Yum and they had a awesome penny machine and some funny Clothes and lots of cute little toys and some awesome...More