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Shenandoah Heritage Market, Harrisonburg

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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3.8/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web
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  • This is not what I expected, i was expecting an out door mall with a lot of different shops.That being said I liked the shops .I found a gift for my grandson at the toy shop , my husband purchased som...  read more »
  • My husband & I decided to go to the Shenandoah Heritage Market for lunch and was very disappointed. I ordered the "homemade" vegetable soup. It tasted terrible, in fact it tasted worse than what u get...  read more »
  • Saturday, September 24, 2106 - Noonish. We stopped by Grandma's Pantry and picked up a few things. The prices are alright for the most part, but then everything is high in Harrisonburg. But the items ...  read more »
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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!
  • Several stores: Kitchen Kupboard has the largest collection of kitchen stuff my wife recalls seeing. (I'd say The Kitchen Shoppe in Carlisle, PA, does, but that's much more upscale/gourmet/show-off.) There's a toy store with great kids' toys, many old-fashioned. Grandma's Pantry has a lot of ingredients for simple home cooking.
  • Antique and flea market finds. Shirts, souvenirs. Fresh food, but also canned and jarred goods available. I love the jellies and dressings you can purchase. Sugar free options are available. Arts and crafts available. Great prices. Bathrooms are old, worn, and dirty. Fresh produce is also available for purchase. Easy to get to from i81.
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