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There’s something for everyone shopping in Door County. Check out the eclectic boutiques and local shops in each community. From the handmade one-of-a-kind gifts and home goods to the local flavors in wines and jams, you’ll find something just as special as those you’re shopping for.
Known for their 2,500 acres of cherry orchards, Door County’s enormous cherry harvest yields some interesting culinary creations. Many of our farm markets carry locally made cherry jams, jellies, pies, and even wines. You’ll also find many homemade confections, fruit butters, hot sauces and spices for you to bring the flavors of Door County home.
Find fine furnishings and unique accent pieces at our home good and antique stores. Many stores carry handmade items and eclectic goods that are sure to make a statement in your home. With distinctive art, hand-knit throws and fabulous rugs, you’re sure to find something to display in your home.
You’re sure to find something handmade at our many fine art and fine craft stores. Whether you’re looking for leather goods, art, jewelry, clothing, confections, or preserves, there’s a nearly endless supply to be found amongst our boutiques.
Door County has a variety of fine art and craft stores to supply any artist’s needs. This is a haven for scrapbookers, stampers, knitters, painters, woodworkers and photographers alike. Stop in for a skein or a canvas and create your own souvenir.
These boutiques carry holiday decorations for every season. And don’t miss out on a trip to the popular Tannenbaum Holiday Shop. Established in 1978, Tannenbaum is located in a 100 year-old church and offers premier gifts, handcrafted items and collectibles for all seasons.
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