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Best Kept Secret Tour

Best Kept Secret Tour

Secrets? Mystery? Sales? Coupons? Adventure? All these words describe the Best Kept Secret Tour in Cumberland County and we are happy to announce we are a stop on the tour this Fall. So, what exactly is this Best Kept Secret Tour?

Well, let’s start with what do a chocolate shop, a jewelry designer, a gourd farm, a pottery studio, and a purveyor of fine oils and vinegars have in common? They are 5 of the 40 tour stops on the Cumberland County Best Kept Secrets Tour! Cumberland County is full of hidden gems but many of us have not had the chance to explore our own backyard. It is time for an autumn stay-cation and the Cumberland County Best Kept Secrets Tour is just the event to help you find all the tucked away treasures this county has to offer.

To participate in the Best Kept Secret tour all you need to do is buy the tour bag at one of the participating locations. Your bag will cost $10 and include a ticket for the tour, some free goodies from everyone that participates, coupons, and a map of all the places to visit on the tour. The Cumberland County Best Kept Secrets tour runs October 11 thru Oct 27. Set up like a home or garden tour, you’ll travel place to place, in your own vehicle, enjoying all the special free things (refreshments, games, gifts, demos, workshop tours, make & take projects, etc.) the businesses have planned for you. Your ticket is valid the entire time—do what you can in a day or take 15 days—it’s up to you.

We have just received our bags and tickets and are ready for you to purchase them from our retail store. I have purchased one myself and it is so neat to see what everyone has put in the bags, who is participating and what special events and sales are included only for ticket holders. The hardest thing for me is trying to figure out where to visit first when October 11th rolls around. Don’t delay, stop in today to pick yours up.

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