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Antique lovers should find something to smile about at the downtown antique stores as there are lots of stores and malls featuring the goods of lots of dealers. A fun place to start your antiquing adventure is Buckeye Ave, where you'll find the Downtown Antique Mall, 313 N Buckeye Ave, 785-263-2782; the Buckeye Antique Mall, 310 N Buckeye, 785-263-7696; and Chisholm Trail Antiques, 1100 S Buckeye, 785-263-2061.
If your taste runs more to hand-crafted pottery and art then you'll want to drop in at the Farmers and Drovers Gallery, 309 N Buckeye Ave, 785-263-0240. To see artisans at work, drop by the Bow Studio and Gallery, 921 S Buckeye, 785-263-7166. Here you can see the mastery of Bob and Inga Bow as they make ceramic tiles, sculptures, and fountains.Before you leave this area, you'll also want to visit the American Indian Art Center, 206 N Buckeye, just north of the Eisenhower Center, 785-263-0090, closed Wednesdays. Here you will be tempted by the works of over 90 Native American artists representing 30 different tribes.
Just need to refill the fridge and pantry? Then grab your shopping list and get on over to the Alco Discount Store, 1903 N Buckeye Ave, 785-263-1268; or Zey's Market, 1020 W 1st, 785-263-1862.
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