This small town has so much potential! It just appears to be neglected, forgotten by a new generation and left to deteriorate. There's so much history here and it's obvious that back in the 1970's there was a group of individuals that were determined to preserve some of that history. And thank goodness for them, because it appears that the... 更多
We visited a number of antique shoppes on a nice Saturday afternoon. The old buildings are so charming. Unfortunately, I could't help but feel the town is dying. I hope I'm wrong, but there are so many vacant buildings, I assume victims of "progress" out on the main highway. I truly hope some entrepreneurs see the potential and make an... 更多
Denison downtown reminds me of what life was like in my home town in the 50's- 60's. It is very small-townish with local ownership of all the shops & botiques & hardware store, service businesses, antique shops, pubs, ice cream places, etc. The houses had that midwestern old townish look, very nice, well kept, for the most part. Looks to... 更多
So many cute shops, antique shops, theaters, local brew house, coffee house, restaurants, pubs, cafes and bakeries. Plenty of parking on street and in the next block over. We were here Thanksgiving weekend and there was an ice skating rink set up. There were Christmas decorations up and a large community tree. Lots of families out and about. One thing... 更多
The historic feel of this street is amazing, From the antique furniture stores to the candy shoppe, it's like the buildings are frozen in time. One of my favorite things was finding candy from yester year and the feel of walking where our anscestors once roamed.
I went there a few days ago and it was very old and run down. The roads were brick and it looked like it was built in the wagon times! The employees in the antique store didn't say hello when I walked in! Very rude.
I worked in one of the area Clubs and was surprised at the few number of people that attended. I just feel that it wasn't advertised properly.