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Shops, Antiques and Galleries

The Lovill House Inn is located close enough to walk to shops carrying souvenirs, local foods, antiques, and clothing. Use you car to visit quaint boutiques and unique mountain stores throughout the high country,

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Mast General Store

Walking Distance

This historic  shopping destination is known for its nostalgic charm and wide selection of goods - from clothing, to candy and gifts, to outdoor gear, you'll likely find what you're looking for here. Visit the location in downtown Boone, or the original location in Valle Crucis!

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The Shoppes at Farmer's

Walking Distance

This is a charming, historic marketplace that showcases a variety of locally made crafts, artisanal products, and farm-fresh goods. Visitors can explore a diverse range of vendors, offering everything from handmade jewelry and artwork to gourmet food items.

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High Country Souvenirs

Walking Distance

If you're looking to take home some memorabilia from your time in Boone, this spot on King St. has some of the best! They carry a plethora of merchandise representing both Boone and App State, while also featuring local products.

Dancing Moone Earthway Bookstore

Walking Distance

Crystals, herbs, books, jewelry, and even clothing are among some of the gems you will find at Dancing Moon. The sweet, local owners have established a well-stocked haven of earthly and naturopathic goods.

Highway Robbery

Walking Distance

 

Highway Robbery is an eclectic southern boutique with jewelry, clothing, and gifts in a convenient location. A great spot to find a new outfit for dinner or a show.

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The Common Good Co

Walking Distance

The first floor is consciously curated with beautifully and ethically made products created from the hands of local folks and regional, inspiring craftsmen and women. The second story is a fine art gallery hosting original paintings, drawings, and sculptures, on resurrected, historical stucco walls, and 1920’s hardwood floors.

Mazie Jones Gallery at the Jones House

Walking Distance

Located in the middle of downtown Boone, the Jones House was built in 1908 as a family home by Dr. John Walter Jones. The house is now home to the Mazie Jones Gallery, a rotating art gallery named in memory of Mazie. Upstairs, two permanent galleries house exhibits on the history of Boone and the Jones House.

Watauga County Arts Council

2 miles

 

If you want to take home a little piece of Boone, this is the best place to find art made by local artists.  You can also sign up and attend classes, 

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