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The Old Country Store

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Trek63389909813 wrote a review Jun 2020
Austin, Texas5 contributions
Cool stuff and lots of it. Penny candy and pickles in a wooden barrel. Books, cooking utensils, real country store
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Toldyouso wrote a review Mar 2020
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In the original old building, this quaint country store has it all. There is even a museum up stairs! What fun you'll have poking around at all the unusual and current items. Plan on spending a bit of time here as there is so much to see. The staff are friendly and able to answer any question you may have. So fun!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Larin531 wrote a review Feb 2020
10 contributions1 helpful vote
I recently visited this charming country store with my grand daughter. We spent nearly an hour browsing around. There are so many unique gifts and toys to choose from.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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MT1 wrote a review Nov 2019
Aurora, Colorado1,166 contributions286 helpful votes
This place is just fun to visit, we've been a couple times. You could easily spend an hour or so looking at all the stuff in the store and checking out the museum (upstairs). The place is huge inside and packed wall to wall with stuff - from the kitschy to the locally crafted nice stuff, food (cheese, maple syrup, etc) and so forth. There is a fairly large selection of wrought iron items for the home, as well as things like cut nails! The museum upstairs had some very interesting items and historical documents to look over - we found it very interesting. I'd highly recommend a stop here if you are in the area - it has about anything you could be looking for from food items, to clothes, to kitchen items, to toys, etc. Very cool store.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Mainewanderlust wrote a review Oct 2019
Paris, Maine292 contributions18 helpful votes
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I’ve been going here every time I travel through NH since I was a kid . They have everything you didn’t know you needed ! lol it’s and old building with many levels so their is lots of stairs and steps , you can get lost ! They have lots of kitchen gadgets ! Lots of everything ! Cast iron , penny candy , jams and jellies and other canned goods . Clothing , Moccasins , spices , old fashion pickles in a crock ! I’d say it’s more of a tourist trap as the prices are rather expensive . But it’s a cool store to check out if your in the area . Oh and the rest room is outside and parking is behind the store .
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Date of experience: October 2019
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