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“Lovely little shop”

Richard Sparrow House
Ranked #20 of 73 things to do in Plymouth
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Owner description: Built in 1640, this is Plymouth's oldest house.
Reviewed 22 July 2013

I have been going here for years with my mom and sister. They have some of the best jewelry and other items. For Christmas or birthdays I always stop by to do some of my shopping and they always have new items. You can tell they take pride in their items and are always very friendly and helpful. Just watch your head if you're tall!!

1  Thank MegLyb
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Reviewed 14 June 2013

Some of the most unique jewelry and gifts can be found in this "museum"( Richard Sparrow House).
This small house contains every type of art work imaginable. Wall art, cubbard art, dining room art, body art. You will indulge in one form or another.

1  Thank Fran A
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Reviewed 11 June 2013

Great local shop for getting handmade crafts, got a great mug, jewelry and hand blown glass items, I little bit of everything, spent an hour or so just browsing. Great little shop by the Jenny Mill.

1  Thank JacksonvilleJean
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Reviewed 31 March 2013

This was one stop on our visit to Plymouth and it is a small house with spartan furniture and a few utensils used about the time of the pilgrims. Fitting for the times - it was a spartan life. It was still worth the very modest fee to show my teen child the very sparcity with which the people lived back then.

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Reviewed 11 March 2013

We walked inside and very much enjoyed the art work as well as the historic house. When we have more money we will look forward to coming back here to buy jewelry, pottery and more. Even though we didn't buy we felt welcome here to browse and would certainly return for another look next time we visit.

1  Thank GrnMtnGirl79
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