Showing 1-24 of 42 items found in Shopping
Funks Grove Pure Maple Sirup
Guided tours offered during February and March that show syrup making by the "Boiling Down" process. Gift store stocked with syrup as well as Route 66 memorabilia.
Shockwaves Skateboards started in 1992 as Bloomington-Normal's only skateboard shop. From inception the goal has always been to provide the finest pro-quality equipment and service. They also stock skateboard clothing, shoes, and other related merchandise. In addition, they only offer the best shoes from companies such as es, DC shoes, and Emerica.
WildCountry opened its doors over 36 years ago. We are family owned and operated. We take pride in the gear we stock, and the services we offer. At WildCountry, our motto is: "If we don't have it, we'll do everything we can to get it." Stop by and you'll find a great selection from many of our key vendors such as The North Face, Mountain Hardwear,Patagonia, Columbia, Keen, Garmont, Merrell, K2, Volkl, Burton, Woolrich, Aqua Lung and Aeris, just to name a few. Our staff is well versed and factory trained in the gear we promote.
Solid Gold Jewelers
Welcome to Solid Gold Jewelers. Their goal is to offer friendly and professional advice about the choice, purchase, and maintenance of your jewelry items.
The Garlic Press
Ever since The Garlic Press opened their doors over 30 years ago, they have strived to provide their customers with the most unique and distinctive products of the highest quality. As the store has grown, so has the variety of products they offer. From the finest imported food products to hand-made clothing, they’ve created a one-of-a-kind store.
Established in 1990 in Uptown Normal, Campustown Supply has become the leader in providing collegiate apparel to students, faculty, family and friends! It has quickly become the perfect stop for the essentials of college life. Campustown Supply carries everything for you die-hard fans out there. Campustown Supply now offers customized apparel which means you can get Greek, names, numbers and much more. We even do local high schools and businesses.
Your international bookstore with small-town service for used, rare and collectible books.
The Shoppes at College Hills
The Shoppes at College Hills is an open-air lifestyle center anchored by Von Maur, Gordman’s, Hobby Lobby and Target. The exciting blend of retailers and restaurants includes more than 25 specialty stores like Coldwater Creek, Chico’s, J. Jill, Ann Taylor Loft, Jos. A. Bank, Flat Top Grill, Coldstone Creamery and much more. The inviting landscaped outdoor environment creates a shopping experience second to none. Our state of the art water feature adds to the ambiance of the center. Other amenities include street lighting, seating areas, children’s play area and outdoor dining.
Ropp Jersey Cheese Farm
Visit the farm and learn how fine quality cheeses are made. Explore the grounds and pet the purebred, prize-winning Jersey calves. Then take a look through the 600-square-foot Ropp Jersey Cheese retail store, featuring a cheese slicing room with viewing windows.
Uptown Normal has undergone a renaissance, with a recent overhaul of the area that included new streets and sidewalks, plus the addition of the Bloomington-Normal Marriott Hotel & Conference Center. Charming restaurants and shops populate Uptown Normal, including Babbitt’s Books, which offers hard-to-find rare antique books.
Visit our enchanting store and each time you visit you will discover a whole new array of gifts and home accessories. We not only specialize in unique gift ware, but we also create custom floral arrangements and can come to your home to help accessorize.
Mackinaw Valley Vineyard
Experience a bit of Napa Valley in Central Illinois. Visit the winery, tasting room and gift shop. Enjoy the panoramic view available for weddings, receptions and meetings.
That Place Inc.
This unique shop is full of Merle Norman Cosmetics, exquisite jewelery, clothes, and many different kinds of nicknacks. Come in and enjoy the wonderful atmosphere and hospitality shown in this delightful shop.
Beautiful arranged gift shop. It has lovely wedding and shower gifts. Huge selection of candies, specialty coffee and other various unique items throughout the store.
Mary Todd's Hallmark Gifts and More
A great place to pick up gifts and souvenirs. They offer a wide selection of gift cards, figurines, books and more. Stop by today to take a look at what Mary Todd's has to offer, on the square in Downtown Lincoln.
Mission Mart of Lincoln
This local thrift store, conveniently located on the square in Downtown Lincoln, offers a wide selection of items. They have anything and everything you might need, including books, clothing, furniture, toys, and glassware.
Salvation Army Thrift Store
The Salvation Army offers a wide variety of below-cost items. From dining ware to clothing, a person is able to find anything they need.
New Beginnings Thrift Shop
This store is located on the Lincoln Square. It is a great place to find clothing, glassware, furniture and other things you might need for your home. Have a great shopping experience on the square at New Beginnings.
Lincoln's Farmer's Market
This open-air market provides a great opportunity to buy local produce, baked goods, flowers and more. The market runs from May 1 to the end of October on Saturdays and Wednesdays at Scully Park Downtown Lincoln.
Land of Lincoln Goodwill
Stop into this great thrift store where you can find many bargains and new merchandise as well.
The Award Shop
-trophies -plaques -signs -office accesories
Main Street Antiques
Antique glassware, pottery, and furniture - Collectibles, Chinaware from England.
CITY: Farmer City
Clinton Antique Mall
15,000 square feet with over 100 dealers. Quality antiques, furniture, primitives, glass, china, coins, quilts, trunks, toys, books, granite ware, crocks, crystal, and more. Everything on ground level, no stairs. Open seven days, layaway, gift wrapping, spring shows. Open house in June. Fall festival in September and a Christmas show in November.
Grimsley's Flower Store
A tradition in Clinton since 1918, it remains today as a symbol of the way things used to be -- tin ceiling and walls, wood floor, quality service.