Walnut Creek’s newest boutique features quality women’s attire in modern styles that compliment every woman. Women of all ages will appreciate the contemporary store that helps customers find a look they can love.
Step into the showroom and you’ll see traditional wood burning to gas, pellet and electric model stoves. Selling grills, chiminea stoves, fire pits and an accessories, each piece is nestled in a room-like setting, along with handcrafted mantels.
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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.
Kids Collection is the largest furniture store of its kind in the nation, with furniture that grows with a child, from crib to college. Featuring a line of Amish-crafted hardwood children's furniture, including cribs, lofts, bunks & much more!
It’s all about the experience at Homespun Treasures. The store gives shoppers the feeling of being right at home with warm colors, smells, textures, and a vintage atmosphere. Decor, lighting and artwork create a comforting ambiance to purchase.
A fixture in the community since the 1950’s the Gospel Book Store is a retailer of faith-based books, music, software, gifts, home schooling and church supplies and has kept pace with the times by offering the latest in digital media.
Footwear for work and leisure is available in a customer-service oriented shop that features workbooks, hiking boots, western boots, as well as options for every imaginable occupation and application in sizes to fit the whole family.
Being old-fashioned is in fashion. Four pre-Civil War era buildings and a Buggy Barn cinema let guests relax on Amish-made church pews for gardening seminars. Antiques line the walls and products you thought they quit making fill the shelves.
From Alpine Structures’ roof to flooring, it’s easy to see why not all buildings are created equal. Skilled Amish craftsmen, who have literally constructed a reputation of experience and expertise, build these structures with only quality materials.
This restored 1830s canal town is open year-round and features Living History tours with costumed interpreters giving demonstrations, hands-on activities, quaint shops, casual dining, lodging, seasonal Monticello III Canal Boat Ride and more.