Shopping & Dining

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Shopping in New Hampshire is tax free, making it a shopping destination for our residents and visitors.

The 11 Towns that encompass the Souhegan Valley Chamber communities are filled with terrific stores, quaint shops, bookstores and cafes, boutiques, antique shops, restaurants, wineries and farm stands. If you need specialty items, fresh farm to table vegetables, or are in search of a great meal, the Souhegan Valley promises to deliver.

Along the busy corridors of 101A and 101 in Amherst, you will find both the large box stores and the unique locally owned shops and restaurants.

Visit the historic Milford Oval area, lined with unique specialty stores, restaurants and nightlife.

Our other small towns in the Valley are just as unique.

Visit the quaint little red cottage and gardens that grace the hills of Mason at Pickity Place. The enchanting cottage was chosen by Elizabeth Orton Jones as the model for her illustrations in Little Red Riding Hood (Little Golden Books, 1948).

Breakfast at Parker’s Maple Barn in Mason, a rustic restaurant and gift shop which sells its own maple products, syrup and gift baskets.

Hollis is a host to several farm stands where you will always find fresh produce and goods.

Visit an 1850’s water powered mill, still in production at Frye’s Measured Mile in Wilton. And so much more!

A short drive away, additional shopping can be had in Nashua, Manchester, the metro area of Boston or at the outlets in Merrimack.