In operation since 1988, Settlers' Green is the best place in town for tax-free outlets, which is its major draw. Stroll through this center, which is laid out like a village, where you will find up to 70 branded stores, ranging from boutiques and high end brands, to more economic options. From fashion to lingerie, footwear to accessories and home decor to gifts, there is lots to explore at this wonderful place, which also features a host of fine dining restaurants. Moreover, the center is also the beacon of the local community, which often hosts events and art installations around the area, adding an extra visual treat for the visitors.
Jewelry by Tim is a jewelry store on Norcross Circle. The creations of Timothy W. Psaledakis and his craftsmen in platinum, gold, silver, diamond and other metals and previous stones will surely charm you. They also do customization and repair.
Fields of Ambrosia offers a unique range of therapeutic bath and body products. In business for over a decade, it features eco-friendly soaps, shampoos and shower gels handmade from natural herbs, flowers and essential oils.
Zeb’s General Store opened in 1991 and symbolizes the general stores of a bygone era. This charming shopping destination has a lot to offer. Their inventory includes clothing, home decor, furniture, kitchen, food items, gifts, local specialty and more. You will mostly find New England products at Zeb's.
White Birch opened its doors in 1992 albeit by a different owner and in another location. It was taken over by Laura Cummings who was working there. This one and half floor store has a wide range of the current best-sellers, top authors, literary heavyweights, fantasy and much more.
North Country Fair Jewelers is the brainchild of Brian Smith and opened its doors in 1969. He runs it along with Emily Smith-Mossman, Greg R. Mossman and Lenore K. Allen. This is among the best places in town to get customized and hand-crafted jewelry. They have antique pieces, fine and contemporary collections as well that are originals.