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447 NH Route 4A
The Enfield Shaker Museum Gift Shop
The Enfield Shaker Museum Gift Shop located in the historic Great Stone Dwelling, is open year round. We offer a wonderful selection of Shaker-inspired gifts, as well as other specialty items for our customers. Browse oval boxes, carriers, baskets, and brooms made locally and on site. Choose a souvenir from your visit; we have key chains, ornaments, postcards, and depictions of our buildings by the Cat’s Meow. Also, take your pick from specialty gifts from NH Bowl & Board, Cardigan Mountain Soaps, Cool Confectionaries, Daphne Paige Baskets, Gastineau Studios, Goose Pond Jewelry, Historical Folk Toys, It’s Arthur’s Fault, Moose Hollow Candles, Sabbath Day Lake Shakers, Taylor Brothers, The Bird Barn, Vermont Wooden Spoon Co. and much more!
Expand your knowledge of the Shakers with our large book section. Subjects range from history and religious practice, to crafts and furniture, to gardening and Shaker cuisine.We are very proud of “The Collected Writings of Henry Cumings (1834-1913)” compiled by our long-time friend, Mary Ann Haagen. Our store also has a great collection of Shaker CDs and DVDs. “O Hear Their Music Sing” and “All at Home,” features the Enfield Shaker Singers performing Shaker hymns, anthems, and marches that are certain to please anyone.
Purchase reproduction Shaker Furniture from Shaker Workshops, a premier maker of quality reproduction Shaker products, or create your own Shaker table, chair, or stool from one of their furniture kits. These kits are available for order in our Store and can be shipped directly to your home. Many examples of Shaker Workshops furniture are used in the Great Stone Dwelling to show how beautiful and functional this furniture remains.
Purchase items online
You can now shop for some items online.
New items will be added periodically to the Enfield Shaker Gift Shop online, so stop by often to see what is new!
Enfield Shaker Museum is a 501(c)3 non-profit educational institution dedicated to interpreting and preserving the complex history of the Enfield Shaker Village and the Missionaries of La Salette.