We stopped in to check it out. Most of the candy is candy that is made by other vendors- i.e. Sprees, M&Ms, gummies. They do offer some homemade chocolates and carmel(s). Most candies are in open bins and you use a small bag and put what you want in the bag. Personally, I was kind of grossed out by the... 更多
It's small, but there's enough for you to find something. Although the different types offered is limited (gum, gummy bears, sour type, licorice, fudge, etc) there are several varies & flavours to each. Even a few combinations for candy corn that I could not find in a store. I wasn't sure that some would work, but if they were not... 更多
Not just kids candy , amazing gourmet handmade candies. Seasalt chocolate Carmel, white chocolate coconut. Lots of stuff for kids, lots of stuff to look at, caged rattlesnake. They do not take cards but have an ATM onsite. Eat at Moby Dick's walk over and get some candy and walk to the several gift shops. Or better yet rent a... 更多
Free samples of the caramels and fudge lure you in. Soo good. 3 types of caramel. All very good. Expensive. It is like walking back in time....to a childhood candy store. Lots of "old school' delights to be found here. Very querky decorations on the walls. It is like a museum. The live rattle snake in the glassed in wall/cage... 更多
We love this store. Yes it can be pricey but then it is a special vacation treat for us so we just make careful selections and don't go overboard. The kids really enjoy the selections of regular candy and I love the chocolate covered nuts, fudges, and caramels. The caramel pecan loaf is wonderful.
Lot's of fun, great selections but plan on spending some money to make the kids happy. I believe the cost was around $8.00 a pound which adds up fast if you are buying taffy, candy corn, etc.