On the National Register of Historic Places, The Brick Store is the Oldest Continuously Operated General Store in the United States. What makes this place so unique is the rich history held within the walls. It has been in business since the early 1790’s and previously served as a post office for the town of Bath until 1942, some of the original post office boxes still remain in the store! The store is a gathering place for locals and a popular presidential campaign stop. Barack Obama visited the store on May 28, 2007 with his family ordering sandwiches and sampling our delicious fudge.
Throughout the 1800’s to the present The Brick Store has continuously operated as a general merchandise store. The two large rooms (offices) upstairs have housed lawyer’s offices, millinery shop and a press. The late singer Patti Page, who lived part of the year in Bath, sold bottles of maple syrup at the store that played one of her songs when you uncapped the bottle!
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