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If you’re looking for something unique,  you can find it here. From organically grown foods, to designer clothing, fine arts, antiques, collectibles and one-of-a-kind gifts,  our friendly area merchants can provide a memorable shopping experience.

Unique specialty shops in nineteenth century buildings attract visitors to historic downtown Tuscumbia. Savor roasted peanuts at the town’s oldest continuously operated store, Cold Water Seed and Supply, then check out the variety of merchandise in galleries, gift shops, and fashionable ladies clothing boutiques. Browse home décor shops then visit a delightful fabric nook where sewing and craft notions are shelved ceiling-high.  Downtown shoppers will enjoy Cold Water Books with its plush leather seating and flavorful coffees to sip while reading the books and magazines or enjoy dining at Claunch Café in Spring Park, OH! Bryan's Downtown, Peaux Boys Cajun Grille, or City Café.  Don't forget to go by Aunt Bea's Bakery and Bistro or The Palace Ice Cream & Sandwich Shop for a sweet treat.   

Neighboring Sheffield, the city on the bluff, is undergoing an extensive period of revitalization.  Stroll along Montgomery Avenue for a variety of shopping experiences.  From trendy fashions at Zoey Belle's Boutique, The Rak, and Lorraine's Boutique, to Lola's Flowers and Gifts, a community cornerstone for over 40 years.  Sheffield Hardware, located in a fully restored downtown building carries everything from paint, electrical and plumbing supplies, to housewares needs. 

The shopping tradition continues in Muscle Shoals at The Village Shop, which has outfitted stylish ladies for over 45 years.  Nearby, Lynda's Loft is another favorite for classic women's clothing and special gifts.  Nearby Jack-O-Lantern Farms, featured in Bon Appetit Appalachia, is a year round farmers market that produces Certified Naturally Grown vegetables, local raw honey, fresh baked goods, and offers up other local culinary treats. 

 

Antique Shops & Malls

A collection of antique shops are sprinkled throughout the Shoals, as diverse as the collectibles they offer. 

Sheffield:

Antiques Unlimited: 3909 North Jackson Hwy, Sheffield  (256)383-2277  This 60,000 square foot, two-story building houses over 60 dealers.  A little bit of everything, furniture, quality glassware, toys from the 40's and 50's, old ads, and knives.

Classic Antiques & Collectibles:  2905 29th St. Sheffield  (256) 383-7418   5,200 square feet of antiques and collectibles.  Large variety of advertising, soft drink memorabilia, peddle cars, furniture, glassware, hard to find items and collectibles.

Jack's Antiques: North Jackson Hwy, Sheffield.  (Located across the street from Antiques Unlimited)  Small antique shop with a lot of "stuff", including signs, old tools and primitives.

Nostalgia Vintage Furniture & Junk: 215 S. Montgomery Ave, Sheffield.

York Bluff Antiques & Collectibles: 409 N. Montgomery Ave., Sheffield. 

 

Tuscumbia:

Downtown Antiques203 E. 6th St., Tuscumbia.  (256) 320-9536  A large variety of antiques and collectables.  Glassware, furniture, vintage items and much more offered from many vendors. 

Down on Main Street, Antiques and Uniques 120 N. Main St., Tuscumbia.  (256) 412-0008 Antiques, gifts, and creative home décor.  Annie Sloan chalk paint retailer, classes also available for paint techniques.

Yesterday's Antiques and Architectural Salvage: 118 W. 6th St., Tuscumbia.  (256) 386-1947   Over 3,000 square feet.  Architectural accents are their specialty - collectibles, furniture, and a wide variety of vintage items. 

 

These shops are a featured representation of the complete shopping scene. 
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