STRAWBERY BANKE MUSEUM

    

DUNAWAY STORE -- In use as Mombo Restaurant

Although it looks authentically Colonial, this building was constructed to portray a typical New England country store for the New England pavilion at the 1964 World’s Fair in New York. Wood for the building came from beams in an old barn in Dover.

The building was moved to Strawbery Banke in 1967 and was used first as the museum's shop and then as The Dunaway Restaurant.  The building is currently leased to operate as Mombo Restaurant.

One stipulation in Mombo's remodeling was to avoid any changes to the exterior so its appearance remained consistent with the rest of the complex.