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The Brick Store
Ranked #1 of 4 things to do in Bath
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Owner description: 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 picturesque white steepled church, and three historic covered bridges. As a true general store, The Brick Store offers a little bit of everything including Nancy's delicious homemade fudge, and their nationally famous Jim's Smokehouse products.
Reviewed October 22, 2012

This store is worth stopping to look around as it is said to be the oldest store in the US; combine this with a treat of an ice cream in" At The Hop" 60's style ice cream parlor next door which is an amazing place full of 60's memorabilia.
You can explain to your grandkids what the small black disks are that are fixed to the ceiling!

Thank hgee
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Reviewed September 24, 2012

A true gem.
Almost anything you could imagine is here.
A large selection of candy, cheese, & smoked meats.
Outside around the corner is a quaint covered bridge.

Thank walshr
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Reviewed September 20, 2012

A little bit of history and shopping rolled into one! This store is half museum and half store. They have a little bit of everything that you might need. We bought wooden post cards that we mailed to family, tasty local maple syrup, and yummy cheese and sausage.

Thank Elisabeth W
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Reviewed September 15, 2012

Nice to see how some things never change . I think i read somewhere its the oldest run store in the US ? Look it up

Thank NHflyfisher
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Reviewed September 12, 2012

Easy to drive on by, but take a look at this old country store with a nice variety of goods, many locally made. The Bath bridge is right next door and a old time ice cream shoppe is next door. Seems to be a stopping place for the buses on tour, so stop by when you don't see one present. The store is located at the sharp bend of the road before you go up the hill and on towards Littleton. A great foliage route too. If you are headed to Lincoln on Rt112 from Woodsville, its only 3 miles down the road straight before you make that turn. Nice stop to break up the ride.

Thank Robert P
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