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Fun place to stop when visiting Longfellow's Wayside Inn schoolhouse, gristmill, and church. George Washington stayed here.
Hugh selection of candy in one room and nick-nacks in the other.
I love the spun molasses candy that is only available in the fall and winter months....More
My husband and i stopped in here while waiting to go to longfellows wayside inn.we always brought the kids here and it was a tradition.thank you for keeping it alive.great prices/lovely staff/ fun items and a huge array of shopping penny candle style
Not only is the building a throw back to mid 1900's when Henry Ford purchased the building, originally built in 1790 and renovated in 1930, but the goodies inside will bring you back in time!
While you walk around on the original floor boards, you...More
It’s a great place to visit. As a child we visited often and now I find it brings back memories from that time. We used to always get penny candy there but with inflation the prices are a bit higher but still very acceptable. There...More
We love stopping at this charming and historic country store. They have so many things to buy and look at all in this charming environment. They even have a wood stove in the store to warm by while your exploring. Lots of gifts and local...More
We visited the store on a Saturday. The minute we walked in we loved the place. Lots of history all around and a candy store that has something for everybody! The store is well maintained and staff is friendly. If your looking for a country...More