Shopping for Fine Crafts and Artisan Work in New Hampshire's White Mountains (NH)

Shopping Bounty - Mt. Washington Valley Chamber - North Conway, NH
Mt. Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce

Something for every shopper in these hills, valleys and village main streets

The shopping in Mount Washington Valley is as eclectic as the region itself, ranging from one-of-a-kind boutiques selling unique handcrafted items to shop-til-you-drop outlet centers featuring the most popular name brands. Pick up some local art in Franconia, stroll in and out of intriguing emporiums in North Conway, visit the world’s longest candy counter in Lincoln, go antiquing in Bethlehem or pop into The Brick Store in Bath, the nation’s oldest continuously operated general store. Take home craft beer at the region’s many breweries or wine from local vineyards. From maple syrup (of course!) to fine arts and fashion, the region features great variety and down-home customer service in its many shops and stores. Click above to visit our website or call our friendly concierge at 800-337-3563 for more info on first class lodging and exciting events to plan your next adventure!
Alternate Store View - WREN - Bethlehem, NH

2011 Main Street Bethlehem, NH, 03574 Phone: 603-869-9736

Shop features the one-of-a-kind work by over 120 talented local, regional artists

Looking for something extraordinary to serve as a focal point for your home? Or a one-of-a-kind gift to wow the recipient? At the WREN store and gallery in Bethlehem, in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, they can provide all that and more with a selection of hand-crafted goods made by over 120 local artists and producers. There are leaf earrings made of yellow jade, colorful glass dishes, exquisitely woven chenille scarves and hand-knit yoga socks, a gorgeous walnut charcuterie board, a cuff bracelet in the shape of a fish, a charming ceramic soup bowl and art to beautify any wall. Shop in person or online and know you are supporting the mission of WREN - which is to support better lives and livelihoods through education, economic development and community engagement in the North Country.