At the crossroads of Routes 47 and 173, with a giant basketball to welcome visitors, you'll find off-the-beaten-path shopping, old-fashioned ice cream and an abundance of agritourism destinations. Hebron is known for it's antique shops and visitor-friendly farms. Browse the stores for farm tables, shabby-chic sofas and vintage tchotchkes. Or, stop in Crandall's for their famous broasted chicken, Friday fish fry or Sunday brunch buffet. Hebron is country living, country shopping and country dining that's worth the stop.
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