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Historic Savage Mill
Based on 13 traveler reviews
Nov 16, 2013 by: weekendwonder1 from washington dc
Neat local place with charm. Interesting mix of shops in a historic mill. Great trip from Washington for 1/2 day.
Fun and interesting shops to explore
Nov 02, 2013 by: hnewheels from Birmingham
I stopped here with my two teenagers just out of curiosity. We all enjoyed going through the different shops and the kids especially enjoyed the game store where they could go upstairs and try out some of the new games they have for sale. We also went crazy at a second-hand store that sells everything for $5 - blazers, shoes, coats, jeans, etc. - all in excellent shape. We didn't eat at any of the restaurants but we passed an ice cream shop that look amazing!
Worth the trip...
Sep 26, 2013 by: buschal from Washington DC, District of Columbia
A variety of shops clustered in an old mill in rural Maryland. The Rams Head Tavern, with outdoor seating overlooking the river, and both dining room, pub, and live music is worth a drive. Excellent food, energetic and enthusiastic service, large portions, and comfortable ambience. Nice place to wander about. The bakery on the main floor of the mill, Bonaparte breads, is superb. Save the bakery for desert and a walkabout. Cross the old bridge and read the signage. Well worth a drive; take your time at lunch.
Apr 15, 2013 by: Doris T from Cherry Hill, New Jersey
This is a great place to walk around the old buildings and when you go inside they have all kinds of shops, including crafts, antiques, artistic collections of all kinds. There is a restaurant called the Rams Head that is right in the middle that has fantastic food! We also found a wonderful french bakery in there also. Only spent a little time so am looking forward to going back and spending time in all the shops.
This old complex houses great antique shops and some restaurants
Feb 24, 2013 by: VAChuck from Alexandria, VA
The antique shops at Savage Mill are very high quality. There are probably 50 to 60 individual dealers covering the whole ballpark of yesteryear products. There are restaurants in the complex and also a modern shopping area on the top level. We recommend the antique shops if that is something of interest to you.
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