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Antiques and art

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Antiques and art

Where are some good places around Fayetteville to shop for antiques and original art?

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1. Re: Antiques and art

I responded in your message about places to eat but I believe that walking around anywhere downtown (Dickson & the Square) you will find interesting shops to explore. Also, Gift House Antiques on Mission Blvd in Fayetteville. Most fun for me is to take a daytrip to Eureka Springs! See also www.artamiss.org

Happy Hunting! Sarah

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2. Re: Antiques and art

coffee houses with local art: commongroundsar.com & arsagas.com. Plus check with the Fayetteville Public Library to see if it has any art events going on. It also has an Arsagas in the lobby!

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3. Re: Antiques and art

I hope you have time for one more website: www.ozarkartistsgallery.com

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4. Re: Antiques and art

Antiques: French Metro on Dickson St.; French Quarters Antique on North Block St.; There's also Twisted Tree Antiques on North St. between Gregg St and Leverett (right by the railroad tracks).

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