New Harmony’s many antique shops are a great place to shop for the old or odd, or just enjoy a nice browse.
- Antique Emporium
The Antique Emporium features about 30 different vendors with a wide variety of antiques, collectibles, and other interesting objects. Specialties include collectible glass and jewelry. New items from local craftspeople include hand made purses and jewelry.
- Backbeat Records and Just Looking Antiques
Backbeat Records sells quality used vinyl, and also used cd’s, cassettes, 8-Tracks, and other music-related items. Just looking Antiques sells a wide variety of antiques, art and books.
- Firehouse Antiques
Located in New Harmony’s old firehouse, built in 1899, Firehouse Antiques specializes in early American furniture, quilts, country store primitives, advertising, glassware, kitchenware, sterling & turquoise jewelry, vintage holiday decor, old postcards and vintage collectibles.
- Lowry Hollow
Lowry Hollow features tasteful furniture and decor, both old and new. It’s located in New Harmony’s Old Train Depot, an historic building that was moved from its original site across town to its present scenic location near the Inn. Another layer of history was added when Jane Owen renovated it ...
- Rosebud Antiques and Decorative Arts
“I like pieces that are functional, beautiful, and well-made – anything that has a little bit of style to it,” says Rita Davis, who along with her husband Rob, owns and operates Rosebud Antiques. “We try to fill the shop with things that have good age, are decorative, and are ...
- The Mews
If there were such a thing as a one stop shop for everything New Harmony, The Mews might just be it. Located in a historic storefront on Church Street, The Mews is made up of a series of rooms that wind around through the old Shadblow restaurant, each containing an ...