Quaint, historic Main Streets were made for shopping, and Culpeper offers quintessential Southern boutiques in spades.
Pepperberries may be one of the first stores to catch your eye upon entering downtown, so why not make it one of your first stops? Top fashion and jewelry brands, gift names you know, and some newer options you may have never heard of promise a great experience and introduction to the boutique shops of Culpeper.
Children and adults alike love candy and toy stores, and Culpeper has two destination boutiques worthy of a trip.
Kids and grandmas flock to Lollipop Station where the toys are abundant and gift lists are quickly and easily created. More than shopping, however, Lollipop Station offers Saturday morning puppet shows, is available for birthday parties, and offers fun classes like pizza and painting.
My Secret Stash is a candy bar! The shelves are lined with jars of candy pieces, the counter is stocked, and the rarest of rare candies can be found here.
At Harriet's General Store, things you've never seen before are suddenly at your disposal. Fun tees, a fantastic assortment of greeting cards, great posters, bits of nostalgia, and fun country fashions are only the beginning. It's one of Culpeper's great gift-giving solution stores.
One of Culpeper's newest shops is La Bee da Loca, a shop dedicated to all things bees. Loaded with all you need to take up beekeeping as well as gifts for the bee lover in your life, La Bee da Loca also offers honey, candles, and other bee byproducts.
Kind-to-the-earth is the mantra at Green Roost, a boutique focusing on all things fair trade, organic, and earth friendly. It's the shop with a conscience as well as a keen eye for trends and fashion.
Shabby chic and vintage collide in perfect unison at Jane of All Trades (pictured below), a surprising shop that also includes chalk painting instruction and parties. Candles, oils, soaps, pillows, and jewelry are a few of the things you'll find here. If you're looking for a salon, interior designer, or photographer, you'll find those here, too. Told you it's a surprising shop.
More chalk inspiration awaits at Poppy + Chalk. This shop focuses on making old things new while sharing their expertise with DIYers who have the same vision. You never know what you'll find (and there's more than furniture!), so stop in often.
Salvage, upcycle, and reclaim are key terms at Yesterday Reclaimed. The process of creating something new from something discarded has been therapeutic for founder and designer Roque Castro. Take home a one-of-a-kind piece or request a custom addition to your space.
Latchkey Mercantile is the place for lovers of primitive decor. Find candles, berry wreaths, rustic signs, angels, stars, and more inside this little cove.
More primitive and vintage finds are waiting at The Original Hope Company, a brand new addition to Davis Street in downtown Culpeper.
There's one place to shop for your pets and that's Reigning Cats and Dogs, a place where pet pampering is priority one. In addition to the usual suspects of collars, beds, and toys, this boutique offers human gifts, too. Socks, stationery, pillows, luggage tags ... you name it and they either have it or can find it for you.
Looking for international flare for yourself or someone you love? At The Cameleer, interesting goods are available from 80 or more countries. Clothes, jewelry, art, gifts, decor, linens, ... there are so many things to choose from at The Cameleer.
With all of these choices (and more!), there's no wonder Culpeper is a year 'round shopping destination. We'll see you soon!