Walnut Creek Amish Flea Market has a plethora of amazing treasures under one roof featuring high-quality vendors and a vast selection of incredible merchandise. We have over 50,000 square feet of indoor shopping in addition to outside vendors & food.
Historic Downtown Millersburg may reside in the heart of Amish Country, and while there is the Amish and Mennonite flavor, Historic Downtown Millersburg is so much more.
Located just a 1/4 mile west of Walnut Creek, C & C Treasure Seekers opened in 2014 and specializes in the unique and unusual. Owned and operated by Constance & Ray Burkey, the store’s inventory changes weekly due to our attendance at auctions.
A country-style lover’s paradise, Audrey’s Attic specializes in seasonal items and sections, such as Americana, farm and birdhouses. From the scented candles’ aroma filling the shop to a wide selection of merchandise, this is not grandma’s attic.
What began as a small collection of fabrics grew into more than 8,000 bolts and a stocked Quilt Barn. A full line of notions, patterns, handmade quilts and more will make any visit to Charm extra-charming at this family-owned and operated shop.
Located along charming Main Street in Berlin, Primitive Porch offers a complete line of furniture and accessories for the primitive home decorator, including both authentic antiques and reproductions. Locally produced wooden items abound, and handmad
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Gristmill Antiques is located in Beach City, Ohio, just 15 minutes from I-77. Come visit us in our restored gristmill originally built in 1866. We have a wide range of gifts, quality antiques, rare pieces, and more!
In this nostalgia shop, every item is unique. Here you’ll find the toys and games you played with in childhood, the bike you rode, the lunchbox you carried, and even the snacks your mom tucked into it back in the day.
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13,000 square feet of space with wide aisles and more than 90 unique vendors make shopping an experience for visitors as they peruse the ever-changing inventory of items that evoke memories of a time when life was simpler and quality was standard.
Located just on the edge of Ohio's Amish country, this family business was begun as a perennial nursery in 1975. Quailcrest is well known throughout the state for its herbs, perennials, old roses, flowering shrubs and scented geraniums.