Established in 1897, Woodstock has it’s own authentic history. Take a day to experience the timeless spirit of our community.
Where to Start
Opened as a drug store in 1906, Dean’s Store was one of the first stores on Main Street. It’s been a gathering place for over a century, so it’s natural that it became the city’s official visitors center. Original merchandise still lines the shelves and the town’s history comes to life each day.
A Place to Remember
Enjoy drinks and a great meal trackside on the porch at Freight Kitchen & Tap located in the historic passenger and freight depot (c. 1912). This building on the National Register of Historic Places also served as a fire station and city hall since passenger service was discontinued.
Walk Into the Past
Make New History
Located in a century old house once known as the Hubbard House, Century House Tavern is a destination spot with a modern repurposed feel, while staying true to the historical roots of the beautiful property. Locally sourced small plates and mainstays won’t disappoint.