During your time in Olde Mistick Village enjoy shopping, have a relaxing lunch, or let the remarkable street performers entertain you. Your visit to this early American village will take you back to the 18th century.
New England Shopping
Mistick Village features one-of-a-kind shops sure to please even the most seasoned shopper. Take home a special keepsake to remember your time at Olde Mistick Village, or find one-of-a-kind gifts and crafts many of which are either handmade by locals or imported from different parts of the world. While shops like Imagine Fantasy Gift carries CDs, incense, toys and other gifts reminiscent of the 60s, you can find unusual goods imported from around the world at Silk Road Imports. Treat yourself to something special, find traditional Celtic jewelry at the Irish Eyes, or be adventurous at Dharma Jewel offering handcrafted Tibetan and Himalayan accessories. The largest Vera Bradley selection in South Eastern Connecticut is available at Elizabeth & Harriet. Olde Mistick Village boasts an array of specialty shops exclusive to the village. You can sample over 18 different olive oils and balsamic vinegars at Extra Virgin, a unique olive oil and balsamic vinegar tasting emporium. Pamper yourself with natural beauty products from Becca Rose Natural Body Care. Spoil your pet with a treat from Raining Cats and Dogs.
Restaurants in Olde Mystic Village
Try everything from creative snacks to full-course culinary masterpieces. Each restaurant in Olde Mistick Village offers different cuisine with delicious smells that are sure to lure you in. Mango’s Wood Fired Pizza Co. is a casual restaurant and the perfect place to stop for lunch. Choose from a varied menu of traditional Neopolitan pizza pies, subs and salads. Voted Connecticut Magazine’s ‘best steak, New London County,’ the Steak Loft of Mystic is the perfect place for light bites, lunch or dinner and has proudly been serving their certified angus beef since 1975. From burgers and fries to soups, salads and sandwiches, Ten Clams, established by Jon Kodama and John Fiore is a casual diner offering its customers great food and service at a reasonable price. Save room for something sweet. Almond toffee, pecan caramel patties and creamy fudge are just a few of the sweet treats that are made at Munson’s Chocolates.
Regular events are held in Olde Mistick Village. Delight in numerous concerts, exciting exhibits, comedy shows, food festivals, theater performances and more. Whether you want to listen to the authentic storytellers in the village’s Victorian gazebo, or take part in unusual festivals such as the Garlic Festival, entertainment abounds in Olde Mistick Village throughout the year.
- New and exciting events take place in Olde Mistick Village throughout the year. Ask your tour guide about events taking place during your visit that may interest you.