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Gavebutikk
“Great store with unique and practical products. Products are through fair trade partnerships. It has a strong focus on products that are sustainably sourced. Also accessible from Potomac Street. Address is 180 High St. ”
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Spa
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Restaurant
“Downtown Harpers Ferry. A train dining car is part of the restaurant. American and BBQ, pulled pork, bison chili and cheese fries. Can get crowded, but worth the wait. Some items can be little pricey but very tasty.”
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Restaurant
“Downtown Harpers Ferry, open for lunch and dinner most days. Paninis, sandwiches, wraps and salads, full bar, indoor and outdoor seating.”
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Travel Agency
“Highly rated by locals and visitors, this is a "must" if you can make the time.”
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Restaurant
“Downtown Harper's Ferry open for lunch most days. American, Delicatessen, Vegetarian Friendly, good for kids and families with children. Indoor and outdoor seating, take out.”
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Point of Interest
“A great short hike to the famous rock that Thomas Jefferson stated that the view is worth a trip across the ocean to see. It's also along the Appalachian Trail. If you are lucky you might spot a scruffy thru-hiker on their way to Maine or Georgia.”
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Antique Shop
“Very unique antiques and collectibles can be found around every corner of this shop! ”
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Restaurant
“Open Wed-Mon, Noon to 8 p.m. Good food, great setting, indoor and outdoor seating. American food - steak salad, burgers, fish, bacon deviled eggs, calamari, hand-cut fries, salads, wines. ”
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Lodging
“This spot has a gorgeous view of Harpers Ferry. The decrepit, abandoned historic hotel is fascinating, yet creepy to see. Nature is taking over the building as it crumbles year after year. ”
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Point of Interest
“This is the Harpers Ferry MARC Train station. Takes just under two hours to get to/from Union Station in D.C. ”
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Cemetery
“A trail joins Fillmore Street to the Appalachian Trail. Find the steps through the cemetery and follow them south, walk the steps down the retaining wall, and follow the trail to the Appalachian Trail. Great way to see Jefferson's Rock on the way into Harpers Ferry Lower Town. "Passing through this region in 1747, Robert Harper — a Pennsylvania architect contracted to build a Quaker church in the Shenandoah Valley — was so impressed by the beauty of this place and the water-power potential of the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers that he settled here and founded Harpers Ferry. When Harper died in 1782, there were only three houses in the town. Optimistic about the community's potential for growth, however, Harper had set aside this 4-acre cemetery. Childless, Harper left most of his estate to his niece, Sarah, who subsequently married a Wager. As you wander around the cemetery, you'll find the grave markers of some of Sarah Wager's descendants as well as stones of Irish and German immigrants who settled in this area during the 1830s."”
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Natural Feature
“ See the joining of the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers at the Double Water Gap. Harpers Ferry is a special place where great things come together!”
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History Museum
“One of my favorite museums and being from the amazing state of WV and having family in the Union gives me a greater appreciation of how so many fought for what we take for granted Freedom. It only takes about 45 mins and its under $10.”
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Kafé
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Vegetær / Vegansk restaurant
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