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Earl Jamison and the Jamison family started Peddler’s Village in June 1962 with 14 shops and the
Cock ‘n Bull Restaurant on a 4-acre parcel of land that included only a farmer’s chicken barn, coops and
a handful of antique shops known as “Antique Town.” The Village now hosts 1.5 million guests annually,
covering 42 acres and features 70 shops, 6 restaurants, Giggleberry Fair family entertainment center, the
Golden Plough Inn and 12 major festivals and events.