Hannibal is home to a wide variety of local specialty shops, galleries, and antique stores with many of the businesses located in the Historic Downtown District centered around Main Street where a lot of shops are within walking distance of each other.
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At the Alliance Art Gallery over a dozen creative people have come together to showcase the things they have made and to connect you to a life of beauty and wonder, to the art-full life. This very special place is located along the banks of the Mississippi River, in the heart of downtown Hannibal, Missouri.
Come Find YOUR Treasure! Antiques & Collectibles from daily life! Aunt Polly's Treasures is located in a quaint little cottage dates back to just before the Civil War. Stop in to find a "treasure" from the daily life of your grandparent's or even your own childhood!
Ava Goldworks showcases the original creations of father/daughter team Randall Hurt and Brandy Hurt. Randall, a Jewelers of America Certified Master Bench Jeweler, handcrafts his and daughter Brandy's internationally recognized designs into highly wearable, show-stopping jewelry.
Steve Ayers has been a professional potter for nearly 40 years and has been making pottery in Hannibal for about 30 of those years. Ayers Pottery is recognized nationwide for its beautiful form and intense color-rich glazes. Steve makes pottery with the customer in mind, pottery that is beautiful and functional.
The Badger Cheese Haus is the only specialty cheese store in America's Hometown of Hannibal. This shop features Wisconsin cheese as well as a selection of wines and beer.Badger Cheese Haus is the only specialty cheese store in America's Hometown of Hannibal. This shop features Wisconsin cheese as well as a selection of wines and beer.
Featured at the store are Robert Raikes wooden faced bears. The owner’s personal collection of Raikes bears are on display for the customers enjoyment. Frogs, frogs, frogs are a specialty as well as turtles, elephants, giraffes and most any of the large or small animals.
Furniture, pottery, art and home decor from America’s hometown. Fresh Ayers features many local artists and John Michael Originals furniture collection as seen in St. Louis Home & Lifestyle Magazine.
Gallery 310 is a cooperative venture by diverse artists working in various media.
Nestled in a historic district in Hannibal, Hickory Stick Quilt Shop and owner Pat Waelder help customers create new memories of a lasting kind with over 4,000 bolts from which to choose. Quilts are made on-site and quilt-making classes are offered. Groups are welcome.
Hand woven wearable art where you can see the artist creating on a 72-inch floor loom in the gallery. Nancy Lee Kaufman has been hand dyeing her natural fibers, designing and creating her works of wearable art for the past 40 years. Nancy’s works included jackets and shawls to wall hangings and rugs.