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The only statewide collection of handmade arts, crafts and cuisine. A really cool place to walk around and see some of West Virginia's best craftsmen. Hold on to your wallets because things are really expensive.
This is the nastiest place I have ever been. Food workers never wash there hands,saw cockroaches running around on food prep area. Used toilet paper with crap stains on bathroom floor. Rat traps in every corner with dead rats still in them. Used drug needles...More
Attended a conference - had lunch- and it was not good. Fish& Chips- fish lukewarm, prebattered and frozen. Not fresh
H, not recently fried. Fries were lukewarm, shrimp Gumbo had 4 shrimp in s bowl. Food years ago was top notch - now worse than...More
As part of a bus tour, we stopped at the Tamarack Cultural Center for lunch and to wander among the fantastic artisan craft displays. It was a delightful stop with the largest selection of lunch type choices I've seen. The facility is large, open, airy,...More
First, this is a display and sale
venue, for ARTISTS, not cheap souvieners. The prices are high because many of the items are uniquely hand made.It is a beautiful exhibit of the best of WV. Secondly, you have to spend time, watching the artists blow...More
My husband and I were staying at an Inn in Pearisburg VA and was looking for places to visit nearby. Came upon Tamarack during a GOOGLE search. What a pleasant surprise! Great place to find unique, authentic, crafts made by locals. We purchased wines and...More
Whenever we can, we visit Tamarack on our way through WV. The selections of craft items is huge, and there is something for everyone's taste. This time, we purchased a fun ironwork lizard for our son's yard, a glass blown pumpkin for a friend, a...More
Good stop for some locally made items. They have everything from the coffee shop and food court to handmade crafts for sale. Some of the things you will find here are fine art, sculptures, handmade wooden instruments, other woodcraft, coal sculptures, books of local lore...More
I stopped in because I had been wanting to, and was in the area. I applaud the design of the structure, and the positivity that must have been involved in showcasing the creations of the artists of the area. Yet - I found the whole...More