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WELCOME






Visitor's Guide
to Historic
High Springs

Antiquing
Shopping
Dining
Lodging

-Historic
YHigh Springs,
Florida
awaits
you








0 High Springs Emporium
Open Tues-Sat: 10-5, Sun: 11-5
Florida's most unique home store. Featuring
Sharron's Stones, rocks, crystals, plants, gifts,
antiques & home accessories from around the world.
625 S. Main Street (386) 454-8657
SLandscapes Art Studio
Open Thurs-Sat: 11-5, Sun: 1-5
A working artists' studio paintings, classes, frames
& plein air supplies.
30 N.E. Railroad Ave. (386) 454-5610
SWisteria Cottage
SWisteria Cot tge www.wisteriacottages.com
Open Tues-Sun: 10-5
Heritage Lace, Crbtree & Evelyn, Boyds Bears, Cheer-
ful Giver Candles, Williraye & American Chestnut,
Lizzie High & Shoestring Babies, Sheilas, Country
Furniture, Rowe pottery, quilts, primitives & folk art.
225 N. Main Street (386) 454-8447

0 Marcelene's Simple But Elegant
Custom drapes, top treatments, woods, blinds,
shutters and a variety of gifts. In the same store...
Art by Wolff- Hand painting on furniture,
decorative painting and faux finishes:
5 N.W. First Avenue (386) 454-5619
The Painted Lady
Open Thurs-Sat: 11-5, Sun: Noon-5
Antiques, Treasures, coffee & tea. Historic 2-story
Victorian house packed with collectibles & gifts.
Gourmet coffee, tea & classic desserts.
30 N.E. First Avenue (386) 454-5511
( Paddiwhack
Open every day: 11-5
Art for Living. Fun, functional art & furniture featur-
ing Stick furniture, Cocopa, David Marshand & over
100 other nationally known artists.


25 N.E First Avenue


(386) 454-3751


High Springs Gallery
Open Mon-Sat: 10-5, Sun: 11-5
American craft gallery of over 300 local & nationally
renowned artists. A wide selection of handmade pot-
tery, glass, jewelry, and varieties of Florida paintings.
115 N. Main Street (386) 454-1808
highspringsgallery.com


Cards 'n' More
Open Mon-Sat: 10-6, Sun: Noon-5
Unique gifts & collectibles, porcelain dolls, Bear-
ington & Grand Plush, Gator & Seminole sport items,
& more. Greeting cards are only 500 every day.
125 N. Main Street (386) 454-5613
0 High Springs Antiques Center
Open Mon-Sat: 10:30-5:30, Sun: 12:30-5:30
Large selection of quality antique furniture, plus new
lines of decorating accessories linens, glass, jewelry
& much more. We buy antiques. Delivery available.
145 N. Main Street (386) 454-4770
j Heartstrings
SOpen Mon-Sat: 10-5, Sun: Noon-5
An eclectic blend of antiques, collectibles, primitives
& hand-crafted items for your home. We feature
Yankee Candles, inspirational books & stationary.
135 N. Main Street (386) 454-4081
Main Street Antique Mall
Open Mon-Sat: 10-5, Sun: 12:30-5
Featuring 50 booths with a wide assortment of
antiques and collectibles from many eras.
10 S. Main Street POB 1539 (386) 454-2700
SBurch Antiques
Open Mon-Sat: 10-5, Sun: Noon-5
Large furniture choices, European & American, wal-
nut, mahogany, oak, sideboards, bedroom & dining
sets, specializing in wardrobes.
60 N. Main Street (386) 454-1500
SAristocratic Attic
Open Mon-Sat: 10:30-5, Sun: 1-4
Antique furniture, collectibles & gifts. Fine selection
of Limoges, Heisey, Delft & Blueridge, cups &
saucers; old & new items that blend perfectly in your
home. Greenleaf & A.I. Root candles.
45 N.W First Avenue (386) 454-9878
SFitzpatrick's Irish America
Open Mon-Sat: 10-5, Sun: 1-4:30
Fine Irish imports, unique hand-crafted originals,
Belleek & Tara china, pottery, Heritage Crystal &
Duiske cut glass. Linen, knits, Avoca throws, gold &
silver Celtic jewelry, books & music.
30 N.W. First Avenue (386) 454-0242
www.irishamerica.net


DINING


AND


O Floyd's Diner
Open: Tues-Sun: 6:30 am-10:30 pm.
Two places to eat... Floyd's and Home. Right out
of the 50s & 60s, Great breakfast, lunch & dinner.
Good old American Cooking!
615 Santa Fe Blvd. (441) (386) 454-5775
0 Great Outdoors Trading Co. & Cafe
Open: Mon-Thurs: 10-8:30, Fri: 10-9:30,
Sat: 9-9:30, Sun: 9-8:30 Breakfast thru dinner.
Great selection of dishes from prime rib to vegetar-
ian. Sandwiches, soups, salads, wine & beer.
Lunch & dinner specials. Browse our store.
65N.MainSheet (386)454-2900
Grady House Bed & Breakfast
A short walk from Main Street takes you to a
relaxing, earlier time. Sip lemonade
on the porch swing or take
fresh-baked cookies to
the garden gazebo by
the koi pond. All rooms
have private baths. .1
Awake to fresh brewed
coffee & a home-
cooked breakfast. 4
420 N.W. First Ave. 3
(386) 454-2206

Harvest )
Thyme Cafe .
Sensational sandwiches .
and wraps (veggie, chick-
en, ham & beet), Salads,
Smoothies, Shakes,
Coffee, Juices & more.
105 N. Main Street
(386) 454-8963 A
Mon-Fri: 8-7, Sat: 11-5, s
Sunday: 11-3
www.harvestthymecafe. j
com E
cr Visitor's- a
Center '
& public restrooms.
Historical displays
and information.
Railroad Ave. 11-2
Artwork6y
Larry Behnklle


ANTIQUING AND SHOPPING


LODGING -
Pot O' Gold Gift Shoppe & Cafe
Open: Mon-Sat: 9-5
Visit our old fashioned soda fountain. Try our
soup or sandwiches. We cater. Check out our
many gift items, cards, Splatterware. Wedding
supplies, bridal registry & tuxedos, too.
55 N. Main Street (386) 454-1329
The Station Bakery & Cafe
Closed Sundays
Delicious sandwiches on fresh baked bread, Boars
Head meats, scrumptious cakes, pies, eclairs &
other bakery items, 16 flavors of ice cream.
Located in the old train station.
20 N.W. Railroad Ave. (386) 454-4943













Enjoy Historic High Springs
Voted the 1997 "Best Antiquing Town" and the "Friendliest Small Town" in Florida!


In the heart of this outdoor won-
derland, High Springs beckons you
to discover History, Adventure, Rec-
reation and Family Fun!


Turn-of-the-century buildings line
the main streets of this historic rail-
road town.




Stroll our tree-lined streets and stop
to enjoy our fine eateries, browse to
your heart's content through our
antique shops, art galleries, artisan
studios and specialty shops.


Relax in the cozy ambiance of a
charming Bed & Breakfast or Coun-
try Inn.


Take time to dine in our delightful
cafes and diners.






Sample nature's dazzling beauty ca-
noeing the rivers or diving into the
crispness of crystal clear springs.
Nearby parks offer hiking, biking,
and camping.



Your High Springs experience
might include an evening at one of
our three theatres.


For more information, ask at the Visitor's
Center on East Railroad Avenue or visit our
web site at www.highsprings.com














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