25 Union Street
Harpers Ferry, WV 25425
Phone: (304) 535-6391
Fax: (304) 535-6395
25 Union Street, Harpers Ferry, WV, US, 25425
- Phone: (304) 535-6391
- Fax: (304) 535-6395
Handmade jewelry and pottery designed and crafted by Tomas Gomez.
Grape themed shop offering West Virginia table wines and food products, tee shirts, sweatshirts, home accessories, plush, and Civil War figurines.
Since 1983, Westwind Potters features artwork from over 50 artists including pottery, baskets, carved utensils and candles. An in house stained glass studio is on site.
Open March through November, Saturday and Sunday, dawn to dusk. Offers a wide variety of West Virginia made products such as arts & crafts, furniture, specialty foods and unique gifts.
Offers realistic silk flowers, yummy candles, unique gifts, West Virginia foods and potpourri.
Specializes in a diverse collection of unique antiques and collectibles.
Charming store featuring an interesting collection of antiques, collectibles, furniture (both new and used) and other unqiue decorative items. A lunch counter is featured.
Sells and repairs lamps, has oil lamps, furniture, pottery, china, elegant glassware, and they are authorized Aladdin dealers.
Legacies is located in a small, quaint home where each room has a theme, including a year-round Christmas display. Collectibles and gifts include Dept. 56, Polanaise Ornaments, Boyds Bears, Yankee Candles, Aromatique, Crabtree & Evelyn, plus baby boutique items, gourmet foods, and garden accents. Their Annual Christmas Open House usually occurs the second weekend in November.
This unique store offers a select range of toys that are fun, educational, safe, enduring and can be enjooyed by the whole family.
Offers 30 extraordinary blends of scents available in both potpourri and refresher oils. The fragrant oils which give the potpourris their scent, are clean, natural and refreshing. Potpourri may be purchased in bulk or in sachets and sacks. They also offer several products for pets and have great gift and bridal ideas.
The Shepherdstown Sweet Shop Bakery is housed in a 200-year-old building in the oldest town in West Virginia. In 1982 Howard Butcher, who received his training in Bavaria, established this bakery and the tradition of baking Old World style breads and desserts. Since then the Sweet Shop has served customers nationwide with delicious whole-grain breads and their famous Holiday Stolen.