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Emporium of arts and crafts created by local artists. It is has a History Center, Art Gallery, Visitor Center and is a Historical Bakery built in 1876, complete with an old-fashioned oven and wooden baker's spade.
place 2 buy some homemade knickknacks for souvenirs..there is some information on the city and a small museum telling u about the original owners..I walked in while the seniors were having a presentation in the early evening. They had some snacks..and I learned about the...More
This building is now a place for elderly to present their lovely hand made work, it’s a museum and an art gallery! What a lovely place full of love and amazing people happy to help! They had a lot of information about Austin and fun,...More
We were in the city looking for other things to do and called in here. Very helpful people, particularly J!. gave us good information about things to do and see. They have many things for sale in the shop, more arty than touristy but worth...More
Based on previous reviews, I didn't expect to like this place as much as I did... guess I am a true history buff because I thought it was delightful! If you take the time to LOOK, there is a lot to see here. Yes, there...More
Simple food prepared fresh. Lots of seating. Order at the counter, delivered to the table. Lots of windows makes the place light and fresh.
Date of experience: October 2017
Companion61049409449, Public Relations Manager at Old Bakery & Emporium, responded to this reviewResponded 5 weeks ago
The cafe closed some years ago. Find unique one of a kind arts and crafts by local artists. The art gallery and history center are located on the 3rd floor. Opening Art Receptions are the 1st Friday of the month, from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
This is a great stop to pick up some local flavor in the form of arts, crafts and photos. The downstairs is chock full of colorful gifts and jewelry in a wide range of prices. I picked up a beautiful glass suncatcher for $17, but...More
We met so many nice people on our trip to Texas, I’ve lost count. One that stands out in my mind though was Shane at the Visitors' Center at the Old Bakery & Emporium. The reason for our trip was to move my nephew to...More
What a delightful shop! A wide range of QUALITY handmade art and craft items, made by "seniors" over age 50. There's also a free art gallery upstairs, and a small museum area. We bought some beautiful dessert/appetizer plates that are very unique.