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Historic Savage Mill
Based on 21 traveler reviews
Nice specialty shops, but many empty shops throughout
Feb 10, 2015 by: cws_design from Braselton, Georgia
The Savage Historic Mill has some nice specialty shops. There is a unique per shop with very fresh foods and treats. A great clock shop and a great children's toy store--and all unique. The whole bottom floor has some beautiful antiques for sale. There is a French Bakery and Rams tavern, which has a great menu. Too bad there are many empty shops as well. Hopefully it will last.
Nice place to visit for eclectic shopping
Feb 10, 2015 by: Gary P from Laurel, Maryland
Antiques, artisans, gifts, food and more, all in a reconditioned mill that used to make sailcloth. Best appreciated in December when the Christmas trees are decorated for charity. There is bound to be a favorite shop for all tastes and budgets. I prefer the game store as well as going down "amnesia lane" in the various antique shops.
Not your average mall
Dec 02, 2014 by: RGK51 from Virginia Beach, Virginia
An old cotton mill that has been transformed into a shopping mall, entertainment center, antique stores and rabbit warren of artist's studios. The interior has been updated yet hasn't lost the charm of the original building. Most shops are dedicated to hand-made products. Rams Head Tavern is a great place for lunch or a quick dinner. Be sure to check out the zipline just outside the doors. Well worth a couple of hours of browsing.
I Love to bring my Granddogs Here
Sep 09, 2014 by: Bev B from Temecula, California
Historic Savage Mill is Great!! This is an old cotton Mill.Clippers Canine Cafe has wonderful Doggie treats & just about anything you would want for your 4 legged friend.. Restaurants have doggie friendly seating & a Doggie menu!!! I love this place!! Great antique shopping!!
Waste of time
Jul 29, 2014 by: Donna D from Suffolk, Virginia
While visiting Baltimore we saw the brochure for Historic Savage Mill. It was Saturday and it stated it was open 10am - 9pm. We got there around 4:30, was a 40 minute drive . Quaint place on first entering. Unfortunately over half of the stores were closed by 5:30. Very disappointing! Most that were still open were very expensive. Did not go to Rams Head Tavern, just wanted to leave. Then we had a 40 min ride back to our Hotel. If you are there for a short visit, go somewhere else!
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