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This recreated 18th-century New England village offers a refreshing change from shopping malls as we know them. Browse or buy in the more than 60 small shops or dine in one of this charming setting's many eateries.
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This was a good place for a stroll on a beautiful day. There are plenty of shops and restaurants to choose from. This is set up as a quaint village. It tends to be very busy on weekends, so go during the week if you...More
Instead of a standard indoor mall, there are almost 50 businesses, including cute specialty (i.e., more boutique-like) shops & places to eat. This quaint place originally was built to represent a 1720-style Colonial village. It's just a nice place to walk & browse. Note if...More
A friend and I stopped by here after a day of touring some local historical sites and I was disappointed with this venue. It has the potential to be amazing, but its a bit odd in its layout, and part of it is under construction,...More
We hopped on over after visiting the aquarium. Quaint little village. Loved Sticky Situations and all of the tasting stations. Loved the popcorn shop (grape!!!!). The sports store was very reasonably priced. Dog/cat store was fun. We had “pier food” for lunch at a gift...More
I was surprised at how big the village was. There were so many nice shops and the outside of the shops looked really cute. There was a little something for everyone and we spent a couple hours there. Bathrooms weren’t the nicest, but that’s the...More