Rosemary Remembrances II, Art, Gifts, and Guest Lodging in Historic Jim Thorpe, PA
est. 1984
10 Hill Road on Opera House Square Jim Thorpe, PA 18229-1101
email:  Marj@RosemaryRemembrances.com     570-325-4452

Welcome to Rosemary Remembrances II, est. 1984
Art • Gifts • Guest Lodging

Rosemary Remembrances II - a circa 1857 federal style restored home At Rosemary Remembrances II we believe that the charm of the old blends perfectly with the excitement of the new... We invite you and yours to come visit our store in Jim Thorpe, PA and explore every nook and cranny of our fun filled shop located on the first floor of our circa 1857 federal style restored home. You'll discover a marketplace of unique Remembrances™, commissioned art, collectibles, handicrafts, original art and heirlooms...we are a gallery of goods past and present, from funky to conservative, and have something to tempt the most discriminating shopper. We take great pride in our small enterprise, our artists and their work, and are pleased to share it with you........

Rosemary Remembrances II is also the proud branch of Pennsylvania's oldest wholesale/retail "one-stop-Herb Shop": The Rosemary House and Sweet Remembrances Tea Room, open every Wednesday for an elegant afternoon Tea. Both Reppert - Brill family enterprises are located in charming downtown Mechanicsburg, PA 17055. (Request their Herbal Catalogue and calendar of events at www.TheRosemaryHouse.com) You will find some of The Rosemary House Herbal delights, Bertha Reppert herbals, spices, and more at Rosemary Remembrances II in Jim Thorpe, PA. Open year round, most Saturdays & Sundays, noon to five or by appointment and on whim.

Rosemary Remembrances II - a circa 1857 federal style restored home Rosemary Remembrances II also offers........

• a fully furnished, very private Studio Apartment / Guest Lodging for rent or lease by the day, week, weekend, or month.

Please do contact us----and----Bookmark this site----Thanks----Marj.

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Rosemary herb
"There's Rosemary,
that's for Remembrance..."
Shakespeare