Comfort Inn & Suites
1026 US Route 2 East
Wilton, ME 04294
Phone: (207) 645-5155
Fax: (207) 645-5166
Established in 1962, this family owned and operated furniture store offers a huge selection of recliners, name brand furniture, mattresses and box springs by Sealy and Englander, and fine interiors to suit everyone's taste.
Family owned and operated full service florist that has been providing the finest floral arrangements and gifts in the Farmington area for over 40 years. A wide range of contemporary, traditional, silk, and dried arrangements are available, as well as gourmet, fruit, and gift baskets.
Offers one of the largest selections of beer in the state. There is a designated area for wines, sake, and meads. Huge inventory of liquor and more. They also serve pizza, subs, and sandwiches.
Mooseville is a one-stop shop for moose merchandise, Maine souvenirs, stuffed animals, apparel, home decor, jewelry, pottery, gag gifts and much, much more. They have thousands of products available at their Main Street store in beautiful downtown Farmington.
Located in downtown Farmington, this charming shop has a French Country look and carries adorable trinkets that make a perfect gift. From handbags to home decor to beauty care products, this shop has it all. Make sure you check out their jewelery since they have a great selection of designer accessories.
Discover handcrafted home decoration at this charming store. SugarWood Gallery was formed by local artisans and today you'll still spy locally crafted items. You'll find great furniture, accessories, artwork, and so much more.
Reny's Farmington isn't your normal department store. Located in an old silent movie house, Reny's has restored the stage, the balconies, and even the tin ceilings, and incorporated them into a unique shopping experience. Don't get too caught up admiring the store or you'll miss out on the amazing deals! You'll find everything from clothing, shoes, accessories, food, gifts, and so much more.
Downtown Farmington is a charming historical area. Walk around this small district and see the 1873 North Church and the Octagon House that was built in 1858. With convenient signs put up on the city's walking trail, you'll learn all about this district that's over 225 years old. Plus, there are great shops lining the path, including adorable boutiques.
Independently owned and operated bookstore that offers a wide range of books in a variety of topics. You can also search the online database of over one million titles while at this store. Readings and special events by local and nationally known authors are held throughout the year.
A general stock of over 30,000 books in an open, comfortable space for enjoyable browsing. More than seven cases of Maine books and large collections in literature, Native American, outdoors, and many other non-fiction areas.
This Polarfleece clothing manufacturer and outlet store is open year round and offers beautiful, high quality, hand sewn clothing, as well as numerous made-in-Maine products.
Tour the tall tapped trees at the Sunrise Maple Farm. The farm takes the tap from their forest, boils it down, and sells the delicious syrup. Stop by tour the family-run farm and buy some tasty maple syrup.