Located in heart of Southern antique country, Antique City offers visitors selection of 7 unique shops dating back to 1800s, monthly antique auction, choice of 2 restaurants.
Admission: Free
Accepted: Travelers Checks
Old-fashioned "mom and pop" operationpottery established 1984. Many unusual and one-of-a-kind pieces. Large collection of  "real old stuff" including furniture and glass.
Admission: Unknown
Mill opened 1929; more than 2 million jars peanut butter produced each year as staple of Depression-era nutrition. Artifacts from that era include labels, photos, equipment. Also memorabilia from annual Peanut Butter Festival (Oct.).
Admission: Free
Accepted: Personal Checks
Located in Brundidge, a small town becoming known as “Antique City,” Rue’s offers everything from antique bottles and dishes to comic books and furniture.
Admission: Free
Accepted: Personal Checks, Travelers Checks
Beautiful house built around turn of century. Filled with arts, crafts, floral designs, gifts and collectibles.
Admission: Free