1005 Belmont Street
Brockton, MA 02301
Phone: (508) 588-3333
Fax: (508) 588-3334
The Old Country Store and Emporium is an old-fashioned country store that dates back to 1829. A mainstay on Mansfield's shopping scene, it is home to over 200 vendors across 12 rooms. Explore the collections of antiques, kitchenware and home decor, handbags, jewelry and beauty supplies, and specialty food like homemade jams, jellies, pickles and coffee. Don't miss their candy counter for candy, fudge and truffles.
A multifaceted facility featuring an art gallery, a record shop, workshops and a performing space for local as well as international bands, the All About Records is a part of the Indie record label of the same name. Equipped with cutting edge technology, the venue is located in downtown Taunton and is an ideal venue for contemporary concerts. Some of the past line ups are War Games, Neighborhood Kids, The Creature from Dell Pond and The Hideout and Films About Ghosts.
G. H. Bent Company is a cookie company operating from Milton, Massachusetts. Besides cookies they also sell George and Martha Washington pies. The company was set up by Josiah Bent in the year 1801. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on February 10, 2000.
In business since 1914, this non-profit, specialty store features a variety of hand made goods, mainly art 'n' craft gift items designed by folks from all over the country. It isn't easy to leave the store without making a few purchases. Check out the wood-carved jewelry boxes, Oaxacan woodcarvings, tin and alloy trinkets and commercial gifts. Prominent among the goods are Gourdaments: fantasy-like gourd creations, which are rare, and have won nationwide appreciation. The store makes annual donations to the community, to sponsor scholarships, programs for the disabled, library funds and civic causes.
A custom bakery and confectionery offering a great variety of sweet treats. You will find photo cookies, logo cookies, custom cookies, decorated cookies, unique chocolate covered oreos, cake pops, cake truffles, photo & decorated brownies, and many more unique edible gifts.
My Grandmother Had That...Antiques is a treasure trove of antiques and collectibles. Wrentham's best kept secret, this store is housed in a two-story red barn, with no distinguishing signage. It features an astonishing collection of furniture, lamps, porcelain and china sets from a bygone era. Peruse their inventory for a one-of-a-kind addition to your home.
Located just south of Boston off I-495, Wrentham Village Premium Outlets offers upscale outlet shopping with an impressive collection of 170 designer and name brand outlet stores. Enjoy savings of 25 to 65 percent every day. Stores include adidas, Banana Republic, Burberry, Calvin Klein, Coach, Cole Haan, GAP, J.Crew, Polo Ralph Lauren and many more. So what are you waiting for? Let's go shopping!
The Launch at Hingham Shipyard offers a memorable shopping experience with its numerous shops and dining options. Also, it is known to host many fun and exciting events from time to time. A colorful hub of entertainment, its location by the riverside adds to the fun experience with picturesque views of the water. The shopping center is part of the Hingham Shipyard that was built in 1941 and was used during World War II.
You will be amazed by the selection of items from Israel in Kolbo. Handmade wooden toys for children smile from their perches, while rows of shelves house books and magazines. Framed paintings and other works of art decorate the walls, and bins offer both classical and contemporary Jewish music. This is a great place to explore and learn about Judaic crafts and culture.
Located at Harvard Street, Fire Opal offers a wide array of household items, clothing, and more. Ceramics by Fireborn and Natalie Blake, delicate jewelry by Bear Metal and Watchcraft, Patrick Meyer's metal furniture, and wall hangings by Eartha Tile and DiTu are all available. Clothing lines from reputed brands such as Emma Claire, Yomo, Caron Miller, and Nicole Donson can also be found here, and the fine glass merchandise deserves a special mention.
Brookline Booksmith is one of those great local bookstores that are so hard to find in the age of mega stores. The well-read employees help you find the books you want, offer excellent staff picks, and never pressure those who just want to browse the shelves for hours. For a medium-sized store, they pack in a ton of books, magazines, gadgets and gifts. Break away from the bestseller list in this charming local haunt.
Walk down the steps to this Coolidge Corner antique store and you will find one of the best selections of Art Deco antiques in town. The specialty here is decorative glass, and you will be amazed by the vivid colors and shapes of the glassware, stained glass pieces and other assorted home goods. Most items date back to the 1930s, bringing a special air of nostalgia to this hideaway from the bustling street outside. You will find some great gifts here for yourself, your home, or anyone who appreciates fine antiques.