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SHOPPING TOUR

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

Shop the O 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!

DAY 1

Start your trip with wine tasting at the Winery at Kindred Pointe. Located in a converted horse stable, Kindred Pointe features the only locally grown Malbec in the region making it a rare gift for the wine lover on your list. Or curl up on the couch by the fireplace at Cave Ridge Vineyards as you sip on wines while overlooking the majestic Allegheny Mountains before purchasing a few bottles as hostess gifts for holiday meals. Soak up the wine with a hearty meal at Sals Italian Bistro in historic, downtown Edinburg before heading to the Edinburg Renaissance Bed & Breakfast to settle in for the evening.

DAY 2

Enjoy a nice breakfast at Laureen’s Bakery in Edinburg. This family-owned bakery offers everything from freshly baked bread, an assortment of bagels, delectable pies, cookies, and cinnamon buns. They also serve up a variety of sweet treats to meet dietary restrictions including gluten-free, diabetic and PKU diets. After filling up on breakfast, visit the Edinburg Mill for a taste of local history and a wide variety of locally crafted gifts or stop in Apple Gallery Déjà Vu for paintings, prints, antiques and collectibles. Spend the afternoon in historic, downtown Woodstock exploring local shops such as All Things Virginia @ The Farmhouse, Phlopsey’s Boutique for Vintage Divas, Spring Hollow Antiques, or Valley Treasures. Break lunch at the Woodstock Café which includes a shop with jewelry, accessories, baby gifts, art, and unique and quirky trinkets. Their menu of panini’s, 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

Sweet Annie’s Flour Shop in Strasburg offers a warm & charming atmosphere with scratch-made sourdough boules, crusty French baguettes, buttery croissants and a variety of breakfast items. Head next door to the Strasburg Emporium for a wide variety of treasures from the past then venture down King Street to Buggy B’s and  Shenandoah Valley Art Works to find local pottery, hand dyed scarves, hand painted note cards, wood-turned pens, hand crafted furniture and more. For a home-cooked, southern meal, walk a few doors up the street to Hi-Neighbor Restaurant or cross 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.

PLAN YOUR TRIP

The best way to experience an area is to do as the locals do and what better way to discover the local flair of Shenandoah County than by experiencing many of our unique finds and local flavors!

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