Come Find Your Antique Treasures in Marion, Kentucky!
|Name||Address / Phone||Description|
|Our Picket Fence Antiques and Primitives||6670 US Hwy. 641
Open Monday through Saturday 9:00 am until 5:00 pm.
|Our Picket Fence Antiques & Primitives is located at 6670 US Hwy 641 (8 miles south of Marion) near the SR 70 intersection. Over 25 vendors offer a wide variety of collectibles and vintage items. email@example.com|
|Wheeler Log Cabin Shop||Hwy 91 N.
(Toward Cave-In-Rock Ferry)
|Come and visit Barbara Wheeler at her location in the heart of Amish Country. Built in 1835, this two-story log cabin is one of Crittenden County's oldest homes. Primitive antiques, herb gardens, fruit trees and a glimpse into days gone by all await you six miles out Hwy 91 N. Wednesdays 10-4 , Mid April through Late October|
|The Herb Shoppe||127 E. Carlisle Street
|Barbara's downtown location showcases homegrown herbal arrangements, Sweet Annie Wreaths, Log Cabin Potpourri, Hand Dipped Candles, Bittersweet Swags and Hand hooked rugs.|
|Wheeler's Antiques & Backroads Gallery||127 E. Carlisle Street
|Specializes in Early Country Furniture from Kentucky and Tennessee, along with quilts, smalls, Amish Prints, Kentucky Photos, Kentucky Inspired Gifts and accessories.|
|Mystic Waters and Gardens and Antiques||4002 US 60 East Marion
|Diana Herrin has opened this charming store devoted to water gardens as well as fine antiques and accessories. Drop by for a visit!|
|Wheeler's Custom Furniture||127 E. Carlisle Street
|Furniture-maker Robert M. Wheeler is nationally known for his one of a kind heirloom furniture and antique reproductions.|