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Shoppes At The Old Mill & Home Again II

An antique mall with over 20 dealers. A wonderful array of antiques and collectibles located in a 1890s feed mill. Also within the building is Home Again II, a unique craft and gift shop featuring Ohio foods, handmade crafts, gift baskets, Wilmington bear family, and a friendly atmosphere.
Address

Shoppes At The Old Mill & Home Again II
320 East Sugartree Street

Wilmington, Ohio 45177

Phone Number(s)

Local Number: (937) 655-8181

E-mail Address(es)

info@clintoncountyohio.com

Hours

Monday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Special Hours:

Website(s)

Homepage

Admission

FREE

Parking

FREE

Browse At The Shoppes

Browse around The Shoppes store and see some wonders from those days gone by!

Partner Itineraries

  • Shop 'til You Drop
    by Partner Author

    We’ll help you pace yourself for this whirlwind spree in Southwest Ohio. The excursion begins at Shoppes at the Old Mill, a unique old mill that is more than a century-and-a-half years old and has been converted into an antique mall. Shop and relish the relics from long ago and visit the accompanying specialty shop—Home Again II—for hand-crafted items, baskets, food items, etc. Have lunch on your own at the Tanger Outlet Mall in Jeffersonville, with over 100 outlet stores. After lunch, shop at your leisure before returning to your lodging accommodations to freshen up for dinner. Dinner will be at Max & Erma’s, and then it’s time to turn in for the night and rest up for the next day. Enjoy breakfast the next morning before departing for the Village of Yellow Springs, a community of shops with everything from herbs to crystals, to hand-made pottery, custom jewelry, and import items. You’ll be ready for a quick stop at the Golden Jersey Inn for a wonderful home-cooked meal. It’s then on to Waynesville known by many as the antique capital of the Midwest. Shop to your heart’s content, and then it’s on to dinner at McD’s Pub. Rest up after dinner and get a good night’s sleep before your last day of shopping. Rise early, and after your continental breakfast strike out for the Caesar Creek Market. Hopefully you’ll find the bargain of bargains as the grand finale of your visit to Clinton County!

  • Treasures from Simple Pleasures
    by Partner Author

    Begin the day by heading to downtown Wilmington for shopping at an historic mill that includes an antique mall and unique gift shop. From there it’s on to the historic Murphy Theatre, for a catered lunch in the lobby, a personalized tour of the theatre, and then the curtain goes up for a private show. Built in 1918 by the owner of the Chicago Cubs, the 750 seat theatre has been the beacon of the historic district for over 80 years. The grandeur of the Murphy is reminiscent of the beautiful theaters built during that time period. The Murphy continues to hold monthly shows by nationally acclaimed performers, recording artists, and entertainers. Then it’s on to Grandpa’s Pottery, our local potter, who operates out of a barn on his farm. Watch as a lump of clay is turned into a beautiful piece of art on the potter’s wheel and then see finished pieces in the showroom. He'll even create his piece of art with a paper bag over his head!  Finally it’s back to the hotel so the group can freshen up for dinner before heading to the General Denver for a home-cooked meal served in the dining room of this beautiful historic hotel. After getting a good night’s sleep and breakfast, spend the day in Cincinnati enjoying their many attractions such as the Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati Museum Center, or the Freedom Center.

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