Village-made redware pottery. Tin products. Contemporary housewares. Fresh-made fudge. Toys and apparel. Old Sturbridge Village provides guests with a rich variety of shopping, including many goods handmade right here in the Village.

Old Sturbridge Members receive a 10% discount every day and invitations to special Members-only shopping nights throughout the year.

Shop In-Person

This year, the Gift Shops at Old Sturbridge Village are developing ways to give our visitors a new and innovative retail experience. Stay tuned and continue checking back at this website for details about new developments as they happen. You can also sign up for our “Museum Store and Shopping News” email list to be among the first to hear of exciting new retail happenings in 2022! Sign up here.

Miner Grant Store

The Miner Grant Store is located inside the Village and is open when the Village is open. The Miner Grant Store currently features coffee, tea, souvenirs, Village-made products, and, of course, our famous Old Sturbridge Village cookies! Be sure to stop by on your next visit!

Holiday Market and Café

Holiday Market and Cafe LogoOld Sturbridge Village is opening a Holiday Market and Café for the 2021 holiday season.

Come shop the Village’s unique selection of Christmas ornaments and décor, holiday gifts and treats, as well as Village made pottery, tin, and iron crafts. The café will feature hot and cold beverages and some sweet treats. Admission to the museum is not required.

Holiday Market & Café Hours:

Open Wednesday – Sunday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm from November 3rd to December 30th

Also open until 8:30 pm on evenings during Christmas By Candlelight, December 3-5, 10-12, 17-19, 23, and 27-30.

The Holiday Market & Café will be CLOSED on Thanksgiving (November 25th) and December 24th-26th.


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Introducing Jane Nylander’s Latest Release:

The Best Ever! Parades in New England, 1788-1940 explores this tradition as enacted in the small cities and towns of New England, events that at once celebrated the skeleton of the American Story and amplified both the distinctive regional and the broader national cultures. Meticulously documented and lavishly illustrated with nearly 300 photographs, The Best Ever! offers never-before-seen pictures of actual parades, including floats and banners that have mostly disappeared and ranging from the Federal Ship carried in the 1788 Ratification parade at New Haven, Connecticut, to 1940 when the parade tradition largely halted at the onset of WWII. Co-published with Old Sturbridge Village. Learn more and order here.

Village-Made Products


Bring a piece of Old Sturbridge Village into your home by purchasing a piece of Village-made redware including mugs, ruffled dishes, covered bean pots, platters and pitchers. Have a cup of coffee in a handmade, one-of-a-kind mug, serve lemonade in a beautifully sculpted pitcher, or provide contrast to a green salad by serving it on a redware platter.


Crafted by tradesmen in our tin shop, a tin-ware purchase is sure to be both a practical and beautiful addition to your home, whether you get a beautifully patterned lantern or simple small mug. Choose from a variety of tin mugs, nutmeg graters, sconces, lanterns, apple corers, watering cans, cookie cutters, platters, colanders and pitchers.


Handmade iron items, forged in our own blacksmith shop, are available for purchase. Add some rustic charm to your house with iron hooks, candle snuffers, andiron sets, candle dishes, and mulling irons.