1703 East Market Street
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
Phone: (540) 433-2576
Fax: (540) 433-2576
A pet supply consignment shop offering good, safe (cleaned and sanitized) recycled pet items.
Create pottery masterpieces and personalized, one-of-a-kind gifts that show how much you care while at this fun studio where you can put your own touches on items such as signature platters, handprint plates, Christmas ornaments, vases, picture frames, birdhouses, serving platters, salt and pepper shakers, napkin holders, mugs, bowls, vases, canister sets, pitchers, and tea pots.
The full line of Trek Bicycles is featured at this bike shop that also carries Gary Fisher and Klein mountain bikes, Greg Lemond road bikes, and a wide variety of cycling parts and accessories. Full repair services are also available.
A small family-owned business, Christine's Gold & Diamonds is run by its namesake Christine and her father. The store has a collection of assorted jewelry ranging from earrings, necklaces, bracelets, rings and even watches. You can pick up pieces in silver, gold, pearls or desirable gemstones. The jewelry designs here are in keeping with the latest styles. Also, jewelry repair services are offered, such as cleaning, re-stringing, ring sizing and much more.
A specialty shop, Downtown Wine & Gourmet stocks a varied range of beverages and other products. Imported beers, a selection of international wine, gourmet food and gourmet coffee which has been locally roasted, all this is up for grabs at this store. Besides, you can also buy customized gift baskets here. Apart from shopping, Downtown Wine & Gourmet also brings tasting sessions where you can sample tempting beers and wines. Check the website for upcoming events.
A wide selection of high quality fabrics, notions, Husqvarna Viking sewing machines, and instructions to meet all of your sewing needs is complimented by encouraging, friendly assistance at this hobby store.
Artisans' Hope is a quaint art shop at the Common Ground Market Place. Filled with little crafted items, pieces of home decor, innovative jewelery and other beautiful collectibles, the shop pampers your taste for arty things. Each item is hand-made by skilled artisans from across the globe. Artisans' Hope indulges in fair trade of handicrafts and goods, to ensure wages for the unemployed workers. It truly is a ray of hope for the skilled craftsmen of the world. Visit website for more details.
Exquisite Colonial reproduction furnishings handcrafted in the Shenandoah Valley by the Suter family for six generations, since 1839, is featured at this gallery where you can choose from 220 styles in solid cherry, mahogany, and walnut. The furniture is built based on classic Chippendale, Queen Anne, Hepplewhite, and Sheraton designs that never go out of style.
A full service garden shop which offers a great selection of garden tools, soils, pots and planters, seeds, apparel, bird and wildlife products, cast stone statuary, books and calendars, fertilizers, garden accessories, and watering supplies.
Shenandoah Heritage Market is nothing short of an experience worth cherishing. The iconic 110-foot twin windmills mark the location of the market, while the distinct smell of kettle corn greets you at its entrance. Colorful shops sell clothes, collectibles, antiques, home decor items, food items, gift items, beauty products, music CDs and more. After a round of hopping and shopping, grab a bite at the delightful 'Hungry Farmer Cafe.' Salads, sandwiches, coffees and ice-cream complete your daylong venture at Shenandoah Heritage Market. Visit website for information.
Crossroads Country Store is a quaint little shop in the Shenandoah Heritage Market. Items include books chronicling Civil War history, handmade quilts, beautiful handbags, flags, local items and Southern novelty goods. The store has a certain feel-good element written all over it, and you can plunge into the world of cute, attractive items.
Dayton Farmers Market is a classical farmers market in the heart of Dayton. It occupies a large open space, has a plethora of shops selling, fresh vegetables, local produce, fruits, cheese, meat, organic products, sweets, breads and other bakery items. Ice-cream and sandwich stalls line the market and are thronged by shoppers. There are ample parking spaces available at the market, which brings in public from far off places. The city's major tourist spots are a stone's throw from the market. Head here for a round of 'fresh' shopping. Visit website for more information on stalls.