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SHOPS in Woodstock CT

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American Doll Clothes Co.

DOLL CLOTHES: Take a ride in the country and see our quaint doll boutique. Custom fashions for 18 inch dolls. We carry doll clothes, shoes and accessories for the popular American Girl Dolls. We also have clothes for Bitty Baby. We offer quality outfits from formal wear and dresses to sportswear and historical time period clothing.

Coco's Cottage
CLOTHING AND GIFTS: Ladies fashion accessories, stylish clothing and monogram jewelry, gifts for baby and home, The Elf on the Shelf, Trapp Candles. The cottage you've always dreamed of.
Computer HQ
Computer HQCOMPUTER RETAIL & REPAIR: A locally owned computer retailer and repair business which has been providing technology solutions to the local area businesses and residents since 2001. We custom build new computer systems, and also sell refurbished PC’s, notebooks and Apple Macintosh Computers. We provide repair services on all name brand and custom built PC’s as well as Apple products. We also offer networking solutions using Intel, AMD, and Apple-based platforms. Carry-in and onsite service.
Garden Gate Florist

Garden Gate FloristFLORIST & GIFTS: Our restored farmhouse and barn is filled with unique florals, seasonal plants, home & garden accessories, wonderful one of a kind gifts, unusual accents for your home and country antiques. You will find something new with every season. Community friendly business open over 20 years. High quality crafts from local artisans. Fresh flowers and friendly faces

Palmer Hall
Sorry - the gift shop is closed. However, Palmer Hall still houses the Woodstock Historical Society, and hosts periodic exhibits and programs.
Primitive Crow
Primitive Crow, Woodstock CTPrimitive Crow is a new neighborhood antique, primitive, and vintage store, locally owned and operated by Beth Davis-Coletti and Michael Celletti. It features rare and country collectibles from primitive cupboards, tables and chairs, kitchen gadgets, and smalls. Need something for a project, you can find it all at Primitive Crow!
Roseland Cottage (Bowen House)

Roseland Cottage annual planting.MUSEUM & GIFT SHOP: Historic New England’s Roseland Cottage offers guided tours of our house museum from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., on the hour. Tours are free for Woodstock residents and Historic New England members. Non-member admission is $10. Discounts for seniors, students, and children. The Roseland Cottage Gift Shop offers visitors a wide selection of books, Historic New England and Roseland Cottage souvenirs, crafts, jewelry, and children’s games. Roseland Cottage, a National Historic Landmark, is one of 36 historic sites owned and operated by Historic New England. Facilities are available for wedding and event rentals.

Scranton's Shops
Scranton's Shops.ANTIQUES & GIFTS: Deb and Richard Nielsen's group antique shop where you will find thousands of antiques, unique crafts, art and gifts. Scranton’s Shops invites you to shop in the charm of an early New England blacksmith shop. 7 rooms and 3,800 square feet of floor space. Monthly yard sales from May - September.

Shell Cottage Gallery

Shell Cottage GallerySHELL ART: an award winning shell artist specializing in re-creations of Sailors' Valentines. Many works of shell art and large shell collection on display in the shell cottage. Lynda also teaches workshops in her studio. Open for the Shop Hop, Artist open Studio both weekends, and Roseland cottage weekend displaying at the church across the street.

Sweet Evalina's

RESTAURANT: The place to meet and eat in Woodstock! Deli, groceries, ice cream, soups, wraps, grinders, salads, thin crust Italian pizza (on Thursday and weekends) and more.
Taylor Brooke Winery

Taylor Brooke WineryFARM WINERY & GIFTS: Wine, wine accessories, locally made pottery, humorous T-shirts, CT-made specialty food products including locally made cheese. Experience the vintage of the “Quiet Corner” at Taylor Brooke Winery. We welcome you to taste our unique variety of wines, stroll through the vineyard with our winery dog, Addison, and enjoy the personal touch of a small, family owned winery. Enjoy a glass of wine on our patio or bring a picnic lunch and sit just a few feet from our vineyard. Shop our extensive line of gifts, many locally made, and our fine line of CT Specialty foods, including “CT Grown” cheese.

The Christmas Barn

GIFTS: Established in 1965 in an old barn on Lyonsdale Farm. Twelve rooms filled with farmhouse necessities, Fall gatherings, Halloween fun and most everything Christmas. We've titled our rooms to give you an idea of what they contain. We start with seasonal displays in room one; move on to necessities for farmhouse living including lampshades, valances, prints, signs and lots more; then it's Pirates and Princesses fun stuff for the Kids, D-56 with many village pieces on sale; next Uncle Willies Kitchen cupboard, Candles, Cards, Santas, Red Hat, Snowmen and Cats, Dogs, Fishing, Farm and Halloween (starting August 13th. or sooner); then upstairs to Angels and Nativities, Christmas Trees, trims and Old World Glass. New things arrive daily.

Treasures and Trade

Treasures and Trash in Woodstock CTCONSIGNMENT SHOP: We carry many unique items. Stop by and find the perfect Treasure! "One person's trash is often another's treasure." Follow us on Facebook. on July 5, 2017, the State will be closing Rte 169 – Woodstock Rd. just south of Treasures & Trade to repair or replace a bridge. The road will be closed for 28 days. They will still be open - call for an alternate route at 860-315-7150 if you have any questions or want more specifics!

Woodstock Country Shoppe, LLC
COUNTRY PRIMITIVE HOME DECOR SHOPPE: with all the Needful Wants and Wares for your Country home. Everything from Candles to Lighting to Furniture.
Woodstock Orchards LLC
FARM:  50 years of experience growing farm fresh fruits and in season produce.  Our season begins with pick-your-own blueberries (July 15 - Sept. 1, in your own container or ours).  Our retail stand opens each year August 1st with wonderful peaches, plums and vegetables.  Bring the family to enjoy pick-your-own apples (Sept 1 - Oct 20).  At this time of year, you will enjoy our retail stand offering many varieties of apples, fruits, apple cider, local honey and sweet corn, maple syrup, pumpkins, cheese, jams, and jellies.  We grow a very large, colorful assortment of mums which will be available in early September!
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