America’s Oldest General Store Is In New Hampshire And Its Fudge Is To Die For

Few things scream New England like an old-fashioned general store. Many are housed in their original structures, evoking curiosity about what life must have been like back when folks visited every day for their life necessities. When you walk inside them, you’re quickly transported to a simpler life. A life when candy was served from jars and eggs were delivered fresh daily. This one is no exception.

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The Brick Store is open Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on Saturday and Sunday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Learn more about the history of this fun store on their website and see more photos on Facebook. You can give them a call on 603-747-2074. Address: 21 Lisbon Road, Bath, NH 03740.

To enjoy more of New Hampshire history, check out these 7 general stores that we love. Have you been to any of them?