There is the Murphys Hotel, where figures ranging from Horatio Alger to U.S. Grant have signed the register. The "Murphys Pokey", a historic jail. The E.C.V. "Wall of Comparative Ovations", plaques detailing the history of famous figures, which must be read with skepticism because of the "Clampers" fondness for pranks, part of this over-the-top fraternal society's satirical take on the stone-faced Masons.
Each shop here is unique and you won't find the same item in more than one store. Shops range from clothing and accessories to antiques, clocks, kitchenware, food, gifts, and toys.
Restaurants range from the elegant V Restaurant & Bar to the less formal Noto's for Sicilian food, Murphys Grille for Mediterranean, the Murphys Hotel for more traditional fare, and many others.
The photo below is of the Murphys Hotel, looking very much like it does today, except for the horses.
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Click on the "Wine Tasting Map" button at the upper left of this page to see a map with pop-up descriptions and photos that show the tasting rooms.