Snapshot of Savage
A former bustling mill town, Savage was an important manufacturing hub in the Northeast for more than 100 years. Savage Mill began operation as a textile mill in 1822. It now serves as host to a multitude of shops, galleries, and restaurants. Don’t miss the Antique Center at Savage Mill, where more than 100 dealers await with a wide variety of furnishings, accessories, collectibles, jewelry, artwork, ceramics, and more. At Roxy's Art, you’ll find inspirational canvases filled with portraits, landscapes, and nature studies as well as classes for both children and adults. Take a break from shopping to grab a beverage and a bite at Rams Head Tavern, a popular spot for live music.
Find your thrill zipping around at speeds of up to 50 MPH on either of two indoor Grand Prix-style tracks at Autobahn Speedway. Maybe you need a different kind of rush? If so, climb, swing, defy gravity, and more at Terrapin Adventures.
The two-span, 160-foot-long Bollman Truss Bridge is the world’s only surviving example of the “iron truss” approach to bridge engineering. In its present location since 1887, the bridge is a National Historic Landmark. Jailbreak Brewing Company, one of the area’s favorite craft breweries, has now opened a new restaurant. FoodWorks boasts an open kitchen and an impressive selection of shareable plates crafted to pair perfectly with Jailbreak’s popular brews.