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Children’s Orchard

15% Off Resale & New Items

Children's Orchard - Find a Treasure, Save a Fortune

The Newburyport Children’s Orchard carries both new and resale clothing, equipment and toys for babies and children. As parents of two small children, owners Dave and Laura Anastasi know first hand the types of items that are useful to parents and they understand that growing families appreciate being able to find quality items at reasonable prices.

If you see an item that you like we highly recommend purchasing it right away as merchandise goes quickly and is constantly replenished. The Children’s Orchard is the prefect place to find an outfit for a special occasion or just stock up on play clothes. It is also a wonderful place to find popular accessories for such as: bouncy seats, swings, strollers, baby carriers and pack n plays.

Whether your looking to purchase or items at very competitive prices or ready to sell items in good condition, the Newburyport Children’s Orchard is truly one of the most useful stores for local parents with infants, toddlers and kids.

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Children's Orchard

45 Storey Avenue #7B
Newburyport, MA 01950
(978) 462-5437

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