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Shenandoah Heritage Market, Harrisonburg
(3.8/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web)
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  • There's a little bit of something for everyone here. The kitchen shop has every item one could ever wish for to enhance the cooking experience. The Amish shop at the end of the building has quite an a...  more »
  • I loved going here with my husband. We purchased some local items for Christmas gifts. I'm glad our money could be spent locally. Very interesting place! 
  • We found it really hard to leave the toy shop. So many old toys I used to play with as a child. Just loved this place and bought a lot of stuff for my children. Would recommend this place if in the ar...  more »
  • The smell when you walk in is very calming. All the stores are nicely decorated and prices on everything are fair. Honestly, I could live there. The restaurant is very tasty and affordable as well.
  • A regular little tourist stop market. Canned fruit spreads and veggies. Some antiques, a little place to get food. country quilts and toys. It might be good if you wanna stop somewhere just off the highway but not worth going out of your way.
  • Love these shops. Grammas Pantry and Country canner...all the others 😊 I've recommended SHM to friends throughout Augusta County and out of State visitors.
  • This market is one of the four reasons we always stop in Harrisonburg on the way up or down, sometimes for two days! We love Grandma's Pantry, the Mennonite jam store (gotta taste them) the everything in the world kitchen thingie store, and never miss that kettle corn out front! All the shops are fun.... Oh, the other three reasons? The Green Valley Book Fair (unique), the town of Dayton, and in the town of Dayton, the wonderful Thomas House Restaurant -- don't miss the cranberry salad there!
  • I felt like an alien in my own country because of my skin color. No greetings as I visited the different vendors, just stares even while Christian music played in the background at one of the locations. I'm hoping visiting a place that still openly displays the confederate flag and my dark skin did not play a role in the poor customer service that I received. If that wasn't the reason then the customer service here is just awful. No worries I will never go back again.