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Challenge the Imagination at the Dragon's Nest

The Dragon’s Nest located in Historic Market Square is more than just a toy store, it is a Newburyport tradition.  For over 34 years locals and visitors to Newburyport have enjoyed this creative and unique toy shopping experience.  Owner, Sally Owen takes pride in the fact that her toys stimulate creativity and inspire the mind.  You will find a wonderful balance of popular items, traditional favorites, and many unique special finds.

The Dragon’s Nest is the perfect place to find a special gift and is a dream shopping experience for any kid.  There are so many interesting toys that you must remember to look high and low as you brows this wonderful shop.

The Dragon’s Nest has something for all ages and interests and offers a nice selection of books as well.  Whether you are looking for a board game, outdoor toys or even the perfect baby gift, the Dragon’s Nest has it all.

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Dragon's Nest

31 Market Square
Newburyport, MA 01950
(978) 462-8802

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