SHOPPING TRIP

 

Shenandoah County is the perfect destination for unique gifts for everyone on your shopping list. Plan your shopping trip today.

Shop the Shenandoah County Artisan Trail for one of a kind, locally crafted pottery, hand sewn quilts, delicious sweet treats, award-winning wines, treasured antiques and so much more!  Or take a stroll along US Route 11 through one or more of the quaint small towns in Shenandoah County, each offering unique, locally owned shops to explore. 


DAY 1


Start your trip in New Market where Jon Henry’s General Store is a haven for sock lovers everywhere!  In addition to a huge variety of quirky socks, children’s toys and other one of a kind finds, Jon Henry offers a wealth of fresh veggies, seasonal pies, and other locally sourced goods.  Take a stroll down North Congress Street to check out the other local shops in New Market. 

Next, head to Edinburg for local paintings, prints, antiques and collectibles at  Apple Gallery Déjà Vu and Penelope’s Cafe & Gallery. Just across the street you’ll find more trinkets and treasures at The Shop on Main Street where you’ll find one of a kind antiques from estate sales, an unbelievable selection of yarns and so much more.

Be sure to stop in Heritage Mill Wines 1848 at the historic Edinburg Mill to purchase a variety of wines, cheeses and gifts for wine lovers.  Soak up the wine with a hearty meal just across the hall at the Edinburg Mill Restaurant offering a variety of steaks and seafood before heading to the Edinburg Renaissance Bed & Breakfast to settle in for the evening.


DAY 2


 Enjoy a nice breakfast at Candy’s Diner in Woodstock. This local institution offers scratch made breakfast at a steal of a price. After filling up on breakfast, visit the Woosdtock Garden Cafe for a taste of fresh, locally sourced ingredients and a wide variety of gifts for the home and garden as well as other local gifts like jewelry.  Spend the afternoon in historic, downtown Woodstock exploring local shops such as The Virginia Farmhouse, Spring Hollow Antiques, Nate & Main, Three French Hens or Valley Treasures. Break lunch at the Woodstock Café which includes a shop with jewelry, accessories, kitchen accessories, art, and unique and quirky trinkets. Their menu of paninis, wraps, soups and salads is sure to re energize you for the rest of your day! After a day of shopping, enjoy dinner at The Copper Kettle at Bryce Resort and enjoy the view of the ski slope.


DAY 3


Historical Homemaker Bakery in Strasburg offers a warm & charming atmosphere with scratch-made pastries including cupcakes, muffins, cookies, pies and more. Head next door to the Strasburg Emporium for a wide variety of treasures from the past then venture down King Street to Clementine Vintage to find unique gifts for the home, refurbished furniture, jewelry, and so much more.  For a fresh, locally sourced meal, walk a few doors up the street to Cristina’s Café for the freshest in locally sourced cuisine. Feeling more adventurous? Take a scenic drive to one of the many artist studios located along the O Shenandoah County Artisan Trail to experience where the creativity behind the craft happens and find unique, hand-crafted gifts.