Shopping in Granville

T. B. Sutton General Store

   Shopping at Sutton General Store is truly an adventure.  With a huge selection of cookbooks, jams and jellies and handcrafted gift and functional items, you are sure to find a "must have" item to take home with you.  Candy by the ounce in an old time candy counter will tempt you to take home a treat.  On the Second Floor of the store, you will find the Quilt Shop and the Arts and Cultural Center where you can purchase the work of local artists and craftsmen.

 

   For more information about merchandise available, call Brenda Curtis at 931-653-4151. 

Granville Gift Shop

 

   The Granville Gift Shop is located in a historic bank building with lots of history of the bank and its former employees inside.  Granville Gifts is an upscale boutique shop with ladies fashions, accessories, jewelry and a large selection of gift items.  You'll enjoy a visit to Granville Gift Shop any time during the year for the latest in fashions and gift items that are sure to please anyone on your list.  

   For more information, you may call Nanc Stigler at 931-653-4560.  Gift Shop hours are Wednesday - Friday 12:00 - 3:00 pm and Saturday 11:00 - 5:00 pm.

Southern Shops of Granville

   Southern Shops of Granville is located in the oldest home in Granville.  Built prior to the Civil War, this building now houses four separate shops in one: Antiques, Home Decor with a year round Christmas Shop and Garden Shop.  Located adjacent to one of Granville's newest museums, the Mayberry - I Love Lucy Museum, you'll find a large selection of tee shirts and other items to help you remember your visit to the museum.  

   For more information about the shop, you may call Minnie Clemons at 931-653-4544.  Shop hours are Wednesday - Friday 11:00 - 3:00 pm and Saturday 11:00 - 5:00 pm.

Granville Museum Shop

 

 Located in the center section of the Granville Museum,  you'll find an interesting collection of cookbooks and family and historical record accounts of life in the Riverboat Town of Granville.  The history of Granville is rich indeed and once you've visited the museum, you will be able to enhance your knowledge of the area with the purchase of an additional resource.  

Granville Broom Works

 

Granville Broom Works, owned by Skip and Susan Peek, is not only a place where you can see a local craftsman demonstrating the art of broom making but you can also browse their shop for interesting types of brooms and unique gift items.  Be sure to stop by on your next visit to Granville.  For more information about Granville Broom Works, you may call 931-653-4144.
                                   

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