New Hampshire Gift Store NH Outlet Store, Concord NH











An Old-Fashioned Outlet Store

We are an old-fashioned outlet store, not too far from Concord, NH.  Here you will find a  large selection of wood bowls, cutting and carving boards and hard-to-find kitchen utensils.  Each is made by one of Paul's posse wood workers, working by hand with trees cut down in the northern forest or salvaged from nearby -- using hand tools - and Yankee ingenuity -- with old-fashioned techniques handed down from generation to generation.


Friday:  Noon - 6 p.m.

Saturday:  10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Sunday:     Noon - 5 p.m.

Monday-Thursday: By chance or appointment. Just call!  (603)-648-9566

Driving Directions:

We’re 40 minutes south of Hanover, NH, or White River Junction, VT, and 1 hour 15 minutes from South Station in Boston MA. From Exit 7 off I-89, our gift store is eight twisty miles heading north on scenic Rt.127; and from Exit 17 off I-93, we are nine country miles along Rt. 4 West to Rt.127 South.

From I-93: Take I-93 to Exit 17 and turn onto Rt. 4 North in Boscawen. Go approximately 6.7 miles and bear left onto High Street/Route 4 where it forks with Route 3.  Go just over 1 mile and turn left onto Water Street, which turns into Long Street, Webster. Long Street ends at Battle St./Rt. 127. The store will be in front of you.

From I-89: Take I-89 to Exit 7, and turn onto Rt. 103 towards Davisville. Go .8 mile and turn left onto Rt. 127 North. Go 6.8 miles and look for our store on your left.

From Hopkinton and Henniker, NH: Follow Rt. 103 to Rt. 127 North. The store is on the left (8 miles from the center of Contoocook).

From New London and the Dartmouth/Sunapee Region: Follow Rt. 4 East to the town of Salisbury. At the four corners turn right onto Rt. 127 South. The store is 5 miles down on your right.

GPS Directions: 1213 Battle Street Webster NH 03303 @ the Bowl Mill

We Ship Anywhere

If your car is too full or your trip is long, not to worry, we offer several convenient and low-cost ways to get your purchases home. We ship all over the world and often it's free.

About Our NH Outlet Store

A mall retailer might say “Bad location!” but we invite you to visit us, and bring your camera and a picnic lunch, as our view of Mt. Kearsarge is admired year-round. And if you arrive late in the day, no worries. Rap at the back door, and we will be pleased to open just for you. Or give us a call at 603-648-9566, so we know you are on your way.

Our wide variety is handmade by local craftspeople, artisans and farmers, and we also carry a large assortment of wooden gifts made in small workshops across the USA. We have not just one but many rare woods from which to choose. 

The outlet is a browser's paradise of nooks and crannies filled with hundreds of cutting boards, end-grain chopping boards and butcher blocks in different styles and shapes, along with spoons, kitchen utensils and hard-to-find kitchen specialty tools. Each gift is made from 100% American raw material, using 100% Yankee ingenuity.

You might remember or have stopped at one of these famous Vermont wood bowl-turning sites in the past: the Weston Bowl Mill, the Granville Bowl Mill or the old Woodbury Bowl Mill. We guarantee The Wood Bowl Outlet and Gift Store offers you the same tradition of exploration.

Floor displays are always changing, so if you visited the outlet at one time, we hope you’ll make another trip to Webster to see what’s new. Locals have been shopping here since the early 1900s. Whatever you find, it's going to be a Yankee bargain. We pride ourselves on outlet prices, workshop-direct deals, closeouts, salesman's samples and discontinued gifts. Please visit us often for monthly and seasonal specials. 

For shoppers searching for unique home accents, the Studio is a must visit. Also, in more recent years, we have added perennial and kitchen gardens, and you are welcome to enjoy them. Your efforts to buy local directly support our New Hampshire craftsmen. Please know your purchase makes a difference here in rural New Hampshire. We also support emergency aide to New England Artisans.