426 Southbridge St.
Auburn, MA 01501
Phone: (508) 832-8300
Fax: (508) 832-4579
This historic store called the Elwood Adams Store claims to be the oldest store that has been operating ever since it began in the year 1782. This building as a whole was registered as a national historic place and was commercially the oldest hardware store. The two and a half level structure was the original form and is now extended to a four levels building.
For those of you who keep Halloween in your heart all year long, the Halloween Outlet in Worcester is a one-stop shop for October 31. Choose from a variety of costumes, wigs, over 25 types of fake blood and Halloween decor. If you don't want to buy a costume, the Halloween Outlet also has extensive rental options. Enjoy 30,000 square feet (2790 square meters) of spooky goods to keep you thinking about Halloween.
Just outside the city of Worcester is Hebert Candies. Founded in 1917, Hebert Candies has been New England's primary producer of chocolates and candies. The mansion, purchased by the owner in 1946, has been home to the candy company ever since, with chocolate made on the premise and a complete candy store inside. You can find seasonally-themed chocolate pops, a do-it-yourself ice cream bar and even hold birthday parties or other events at the mansion. Tasty chocolates and unique sweet treats are the reason to come out here to pick up some goodies for the kids or yourself!
This specialty and gift shop is your source for all things beads: beading supplies, classes, parties, and unique gifts.
Craftworks is a craft cooperative offering wonderful handmade items and gifts.
The Sturbridge Marketplace is a hodgepodge of unique shopping, eateries and offices. With stores ranging from Sturbridge Furniture & Gifts to Paradise Found and restaurants like Melinda's Menu, the Sturbridge Marketplace is an essential stop if you're looking for unique, local stores. Sturbridge Marketplace features free parking in a convenient location.
Westfield Farm has been handcrafting award-winning farmstead cheeses since 1971. Made by hand from 100 percent goat's milk at a farmstead in Central Massachusetts, the creamy cheese is quietly becoming known among 'Chèvre' (French for goat cheese) fanatics as one of the best in the country. Most of their cheeses are served in fine restaurants throughout the country, but you can also order them direct. New flavors like chocolate and wasabi cater to the varying tastes of goat cheese lovers everywhere.
Okaïdi is a Parisian transplant offering that je-ne-sais-quoi to the Natick Collection and your tyke’s wardrobe. The clothes offer effortless quality and adorableness, while erring on the not-too-precious side. Little Sara and Jake will be as comfortable in their Okaïdi duds as Nathalie and Pierre. This is no Target, but the prices stay reasonable. Some of the styles are a bit obvious—striped rugby shirts, anyone?—and others impractical, referring here to the second-grader-sized bolero. But overall the fashion is geared toward real, live children. The store’s manager touts the frequent arrival of new goods. - Anais Wheeler
Full service studio offering an extensive gallery of stained glass items, custom mirror, and windows.
Summit Ski and Snowboard features the latest in brand name ski and snowboard equipment, clothing, and accessories.
Furniture warehouse. Open on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Mondays.
Offers fresh fillets and steaks, shellfish, stuffed crabs, shrimp, scallops, frozen products, and a full line of Batters, Breaders, Sauces and Marinades.