It is a great place to stop and buy N.H. gifts for young and old. The car museum is a plus for car guys. The owners are wonderful people to take to. It may take you two stops to see everything.
This is just another New Hampshire gift shop albeit with friendly people. Some nice moose stuff. The antique car museum is okay--nothing special. Diverse collection of vars from the 20s to the 80s. No charge to see the cars--nice.
The gift shop was nice, as gift shops go, nice shirts for all ages, and a large variety of the typical gift shop stuff. What sets it apart is the car museum, as well as some of the other items on display. Read about it prior to visiting the area, and found it worthy of the stop. Even had some... 更多
Car museum is free which sets the gift shop apart from the others. The gift shop is just like any other souvenir store around here but the free car museum is the real joy of this place. Unfortunately it is a "do not touch" zone which can be hard for little ones. This place seems to be run by a... 更多
My husband, myself and our 2 boys (6 & 8) stopped in here the end of June. I was pleasantly surprised by the selection of tourist items for sale. But what my boys loved most was the car museum and the small toy cars and firetrucks that were for sale. They even asked to go back the next day to... 更多
Thank you so much for your kind words. We strive to make our store enjoyable for all ages. I do... 更多
Great well stocked with New Hampshire gifts, t-shirts ,maple syrup,sweat shirts something for EVERYONE in the family . Prices are very reasonable and selections were great . Be sure to spend some time looking at Bobs antique cars ,this is likely the best place for gift shopping in this area given quality and pricing. Very helpful staff completed my visit... 更多
Thank you so much for your feedback and kind words about our store and staff. We are so happy to... 更多
Read about the cars, stopped after a visit to Woodstock. It was a typical tourist stop with a better than average assortment of t-shirts, and a little bit of everything else, and very friendly staff. The real treat was in the back, where there was a small collection of antique cars. This was a free exhibit, which is rare today.