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Minnesota's Largest Candy Store, Minnesota

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  • I was a little disappointed by the selection of English chocolates. No Flake bars to be found. A lot of other candy though.....and a lot of soda.  more »
  • Very large selection of candy that are from your childhood and to the present. Homemade pies that you can purchase. Best pie was the caramel apple pie. So much to buy and prices are good.  more »
  • Defiantly a place you can go once & say you've been there done that & not have to go back! It's a fun photo opt by the big sign. Great place to remember your youth & show your kids the candy you alway...  more »
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  • Love the root beer selection, hundreds of options to try from all around the world. Not only candy but also all sorts of other foods from pasta sauces to jellies too. The bright yellow buildings are hard to miss. Parking lot is always full, drive up to the front door though there is almost always a few spots people don't even try to get. What I don't understand is they don't take credit card, the number of times I have had to stop myself at $20 because that is what we had on us is countless. If they accepted credit card we would have probably spent double or triple that. ATM on site, with a fee.
  • First time visit after years of driving past it. Amazing variety and quirky selections. I'll need more time to explore and try the baked goods some day. A little over priced for the items you can get anywhere.
  • Cool place to stop with the family or love ones if tour in the neighborhood. Be careful because the candy adds up quickly and you can drop some cash here quickly. Great for the sweet tooths and the hard to find candy lovers dream come true.
  • Bring cash. There is a lot more than just candy. It was fun to just walk around and see all the different things they had. Parking attendants were very helpful.
  • Fun & Huge!, I go there every Season! SO many things! it's worth it! , Large Variety of Of Soups, chips, popcorn, taffy, puzzles, Soda, and CANDY!!!! If your a fan of Dr. Who, Is a must go They have an interactive Police Box from the show, and A few other cool things that pertain to Dr. Who It's fun, I highly recommend this place!!! :)