Antiques have been an integral part of the Town of Buchanan’s revitalization efforts for more than twenty years. Locally owned shops are filled to the brim with unique finds from throughout the Shenandoah Valley and Roanoke Valley and beyond.
Because the Town’s Main Street coincides with US Route 11, it is part of an ”Antique Alley” which travels through the Shenandoah and Roanoke Valleys. Buchanan’s antique shops invite you to make a weekend of it, travel through the Shenandoah Valley, spend the night in Buchanan, then travel through the Roanoke Valley! There are many, many similar small towns along US Route 11 including Strasburg, Weyers Cave, Mt. Crawford, Mt. Jackson, Woodstock, Edinburg, Stuarts Draft, New Market, Verona, Staunton, Lexington, Roanoke, Christiansburg, Radford, Pulaski, Fort Chiswell, Wytheville and Bristol.
Buchanan is known for its antiques from furniture to smalls at great prices. Our prices are so reasonable that we find antique dealers scour Buchanan’s shops for great buys to resell at their places.
The Barefoot Peddler Treasures & Original Conrad Creations 540-892-4107; 19645 Main Street. www.barefootfinds.com We are a family owned and operated purveyor of unique finds, select antiques and charming hand painted furniture.
Botetourt Consignment 19838 Main Street You never know what you will find at Botetourt Consignment. The shop is overflowing with furniture, collectibles, smalls, baseball cards, just about anything you are looking for.
(540) 254 – 2801; 19837 Main Street
Discover a treasure-trove of Juke Boxes, Advertising, Toys & Furniture and more. We specialize in Juke Boxes and Advertising with items you are unlikely to find at other locations throughout the area.
(540) 254 – 3200; 19721 Main Street
Fireside Books shares your love of books, we are a book lovers paradise. With more than 40 years in business, we specialize in collectibles, rare books as well as your favorite current authors. Browse through thousands of books. Fireside Books also specialize in rare authors such as Mary Johnston and Ellen Glasgow.
Purgatory Emporium (540) 254-3323; 19762 Main Street www.purgatoryemporium.com
Explore more than 4,000 square feet of retail space brimming with treasures from the past and present. More than 40 vendors offer antiques, crafts, collectibles, plants, fresh fruit & vegetables in season, jams, jellies and other gift ideas.
You never know what you will find in Picker’s Paradise. Antique furniture, smalls, pinball games, advertising and more.