Cedar Creek settlement is a restored historic area with over 30 shops, galleries and winery, the historic buildings were built over 150 years ago by German and Irish settlers. The stone building operated as woolen mill from 1864 until 1969, the mill produced woolen goods for the union army during the civil war. The historic building is a national historic landmark, and it is open year-round for visitors. The area has specialty shops, galleries, restaurants, coffee shops, and two restored inns. Many festivals are held at the cedar creek settlement, including winter festival and strawberry festivals.
Things to Do
- Visit the historic Cedar creek settlement anytime of the year for shopping unique items and enjoying some freshly made delicacies at the restaurants and festivals.
- There are over 30 specialty shops selling clothing, gift items, collectibles, hand made arts & crafts, vintage furniture and clothing, and much more.
- If you are looking for vintage and antique interiors, shop at cedar creek antiques; it has 1850 vintage collectibles from stoneware, to jewelry, coins and much more.
- Re-fabulous specializes in furniture, antiques, accessories, gifts and more.
- For the little girls, visit the doll boutique that has doll clothes, accessories and children's books.
- Take a break from shopping and enjoy yummiest pizza at Tomaso's, and sandwiches, crepes, croissants, salads, homemade soups and more at the cream n crepe cafe.
Cedar Creek Settlement Insider Tips
- Shops are open 7 days a week.