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The Brick Store

21 Lisbon Rd, Bath, NH 03740-4723
+1 800-964-2074
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The Brick Store

This is one of the oldest country stores in the country. It has recently undergone a two year... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
likesnow
,
Haverhill, New Hampshire
America's oldest general store

I'd been here a few times before it was auctioned off a year ago. The new owners haven't hurt it... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
NHjo
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Rye, New Hampshire
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The Brick Store has been in business since at least 1790, making it America's oldest continuously operated general store. It is located in Bath, New Hampshire -- a quintessential New England village including the town common with war memorial, the picturesque white steepled church, and three historic covered bridges. As a true general store, The Brick Store offers a little bit of everything including Nancy's delicious homemade fudge, and their nationally famous Jim's Smokehouse products.
  • Excellent65%
  • Very good26%
  • Average8%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible1%
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“country store” (6 reviews)
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21 Lisbon Rd, Bath, NH 03740-4723
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Reviewed 2 days ago

This is one of the oldest country stores in the country. It has recently undergone a two year renovation and is under new management. There are many very old photographs and original artifacts in the store. Their home made fudge is outstanding and their sandwiches...More

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Reviewed 4 days ago

I'd been here a few times before it was auctioned off a year ago. The new owners haven't hurt it any. It's a typical New England general store, albeit the most historic one. It's more of a tourist attraction, like a lot of NE general...More

Thank NHjo
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My husband and I took a day trip to sightsee and visit this country store. It is not large, but still a nice stop where you can get a sandwich, coffee and poke around at different items. Next door is a 50's style ice cream...More

Thank PattiandBob
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Our bus made this a stop . Found the store interesting with lots of neat things. We had a group picture taken on the front porch, The covered bridge was neat to see with beautiful scenery. However being from Lancaster Co. PA this was nothing...More

Thank MARILU_HO
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Stopped here on our way to Littleton as we heard it was worth a visit. Except for its age and history, I wasn't that impressed as I didn't find it curious or anyway unique that warranted a stop. Actually found the covered bridge out back...More

Thank TFopinion
Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

It was amazing!!! The covered bridge was great to drive through and the Fudge was the best!! And the warm apple cider doughnuts 😋😋Yum Yum and they had a awesome penny machine and some funny Clothes and lots of cute little toys and some awesome...More

Thank Nathalie L
Reviewed 1 September 2017

We were really excited to see that the store and the ice cream shop had re-opened in July. The staff were really welcoming and helpful, with the exception of a young lady who couldn't answer our question then didn't follow up with anyone. The fudge...More

Thank 4states
Reviewed 19 August 2017

This is the oldest General Store still in operation in the US. It dates to the 1700's. Small deli counter, gift shop and groceries. Next door is an ice cream parlor. The Veterans Memorial in the square memorializes those who served in all wars starting...More

Thank Laura H
Reviewed 11 July 2017

Sub roll or bulky roll delicious thick sandwiches and their own old fashioned root beer. Grab their homemade fudge for dessert. Take a chunk of smoked cheese or smoked pepperoni done right there at the store. The oldest operating general store for a reason

Thank Sydilla
Reviewed 17 July 2016 via mobile

What a neat stop on a road trip through the back could try roads of the north. This place had a lot of neat stuff and all the rights snacks for sure. Sorry to see it close, I would like to have made many stops...More

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