The Village Mouse

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<p>This is a charming family owned store that features an eclectic inventory. It's a mammoth space that's practically bursting to the brim wall-to-wall handcrafted goodies. </p>
<p>The inventory almost seems endless: cards, candles, puzzles, ceramic sculptures, beach décor, magnets, stuffed toys, kitchenware, knick-knacks and so much more.  There's even a section in the store for year-round Christmas decorations, and gift wrapping is a complimentary service.</p> <p>As the painted mouse on the front of the store indicates, there are enough miniatures and figurines to populate a village of your own.  In addition to licensed iconic figures and both quirky and imaginative originals, the Village Mouse proudly carries a full collection of the popular Wee Forest Folk.   </p> <p>Do you love Disney? The Village Mouse houses a plethora of Disney licensed collectibles, from new to rare and decorations to future heirlooms.  It only gets better with the Thomas Kinkade Capitola Gallery, a business entity by itself that just happens to be owned and connected to the Village Mouse.  In addition to the well-known styles that distinguish his work, Thomas Kinkade's latest series of Disney art captures the nostalgia of some of the most beloved Disney characters.  And he still captures all those icons with the same imagination and style that made his work stand out in the mainstream.</p> <p>The Village Mouse is located in the scenic Capitola Village, where one central location allows visitors to shop, dine, and relax on the beach.  The Village is also a prime vacation hot-spot for renting out a beach condo.  It's no wonder why this picturesque atmosphere just epitomizes the culture and natural beauty that has made Capitola a world-renown destination.</p>
201 Capitola Ave, Capitola, CA 95010
(831) 476-7566
  • Accessibility Details: The entrance is level with the sidewalk.
  • Hours: Daily, 10am - 6pm
  • Accessible: yes
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