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Spruce Forest Artisan Village
Based on 16 traveler reviews
Worth a visit
Nov 05, 2013 by: BestBuddyA1 from Union Bridge, Maryland
Walk thru this small wooded area with log cabins moved to the site for artisan's to show you and sell you their wares. Skip Penn Alps Restaurant that is right there by this area. It's nothing special. Talk with craftsman over pottery, iron work, glass work, soap making, etc. It was a nice visit.
Great craft village
Sep 01, 2013 by: Jennie S from Washington DC, District of Columbia
Several different craft houses to visit. All of which had beautiful workmanship. A great place to get presents or just to get yourself a present!
Jul 30, 2013 by: Margarita R from Chesapeake, Virginia
We enjoy our visit each year to see familiar faces and some new. You learn some history about the area and you get to see artisians at work. You can even do a little shopping for those hard to buy for family and friends. Nice place to be underneath the trees.
Attraction to Visit That Never Gets Old
Jul 01, 2013 by: Sharon B from Laurel, Maryland, United States
Been here several times. I've taken people, and people have taken me. The best time to go is during warmer weather on the weekends (whenever all the people in each of the log cabins is there, so you can see what they do). Very interesting, relaxing, and fun to watch other visitors enjoy themselves too.
Interesting Swiss Home
Jun 14, 2013 by: Vanessa011 from Copenhagen, Denmark
The recreation if the Yoder Home in Switzerland was excellent. The tour guide was very informative. All of the wood was reclaimed from churches and homes built in the 1700's. the artists village was also very good.
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