A lot has changed since the Woodstock Music Festival in 1969, but the world’s most famous small town maintains its rep for arts, music and eccentricity.
Clothing, accessories, and jewelry with an ethnic flare. A blending of old and new. authentic folk art,. Puppets, marionette, craving, statues, wall hanging, masks, Madini oils, and unique selection of day of the dead items.Mexico, Peru, Guatemala, India, Thailand, Indonesia, Japan, Africa, Morocco, Turkey, and Egypt. Woman-run small business for 37 years.
Posh hotels, retro-inspired inns, tricked-out cabins and cozy B&Bs are just some of the lodging options.Explore Where to Stay
Find an abundance of fine restaurants, acclaimed chefs, hand-crafted beer and wine, and award-winning spirits.Explore Places to Eat & Drink