Enjoy shopping as you stroll the streets of our historic downtown area, a scene that could have come straight from a Norman Rockwell painting. Visit our many unique and "one-of-a-kind" shops where friendly people will be there to greet you.
Visit our clothing boutiques, family owned bookstore, specialty foods, and a wide selection of home décor in restored buildings that once outfitted the many wagon trains heading west and welcomed visitors from steamboats on the Missouri River. Discover a wide variety of shops and galleries, unique to only Lexington.
Lexington has become home for many talented artisans, craftsmen, musicians, and writers, Lexington has one-of-a-kind shops you simply won't find in ordinary shopping centers. There are clothing boutiques for creative dressing, handcrafted, custom and antique furniture, textile artisans and an art gallery making Legendary Lexington a unique shopping experience.
Most shops accept major credit cards and offer gift certificates, layaway and shipping. Most businesses are open Tuesday through Saturday, with a few closed on Mondays, but it is best to check each business listing for their hours. Spend a day, a weekend or a lifetime in historic Lexington, Missouri.
1115 Main St. ● 660-259-4231
Discover the timeless beauty and warm ambiance that antique furnishings and accessories will add to your home or office. From Early American to Art Deco, our selection of antiques, period furniture, old books, wall art, pottery and art glass will satisfy the collector in you. Fresh inventory is arriving weekly.
Hours: Tues-Sat, 10 am - 5 pm; Sun 12 - 5 pm, Closed Mon *
The Curiosity Shop
1206 Main St. ● 660-259-6300 / 660-259-6302
Offering Vintage and Antique Furnishings, Dishes and Glassware. Collectibles and Curiosities. Home-style jams and honey. Hand-stitched quilts. Next door to King Realty, Fred and Colleen King, owners and brokers.
Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 am - 5 pm; Sat-Sun By Appointment*
Lexington Mercantile Antiques & Fabrics
1012 Main St. 816-682-3900
Take time to visit our beautiful antiques and fabrics store located in an old bank, complete with a vault! We carry antiques, furniture, books, vintage jewelry and lots of unique collectibles. Browse our nice selection of fabrics, with an emphasis on quilting fabrics.
Hours: Open Every Day
Old House Society
1105 Main Street ● 660-259-2700
Located in the Welcome Home Realty building on Lexington’s picturesque Main Street, Old House Society offers an eclectic mix of antiques, art & home goods. Antiques range from country primitives to fine American & European pieces. The artwork of Missouri artists Dennis Yates & Seth Ritter is offered along with other featured artists. Home goods range from decorative pieces (old & new) to the yummiest Snickerdoodle candles.
Open for special events, by chance & appointment.
1112 Main Street 660-542-4065
Country Peddler carries a broad range of American antiques including country folk art, primitives, early American stoneware (Eastern & Midwestern) and Ironware. They also feature a lot of old advertising items and medical equipment.
River Bluff Antiques
914 Main Street 913-671-0439 or 913-671-9456
Something for everyone! 15-20 antiques vendors showing quality antiques including collectibles, wooden signs, clothing, hardware at affordable prices. Sit and enjoy a baked good and beverage. We also have pre-packaged candy or candy by the pound. We also have a Veteran's Wall. If you'd like to honor your Vet and showcase their memorabilia, please let us know.
The Purple Turnip
1109 Main St. 660-232-4406
Primitive antiques and seasonal items. Owner and internationally known artisan Maggie Bonanomi also conducts rug hooking and wool applique workshops. Call for schedule and sign-up.
Open most weekends, by appointment or by chance.
Pat’s Army & Sporting Goods Store
1202 Main St. ● 660-259-3462
Specializing in athletic shoes, sporting goods, letter jackets and patches, new and used guns and ammunition. Hunting licenses available. Headquarters in this area for hunters and sportsmen. Join our “Spot On” Rewards Program! E-mail email@example.com. Fax 660-259-4716.
Hours: Tues-Fri, 9 am-5:30 pm; Sat, 9 am-12 pm. Closed Sun-Mon
1010 Main St. ● 660-259-4996
Long live Independent Bookstores! This 1886 cast-iron building is home to thousands
of books for every age, including Missouri and regional titles. Espresso bar & café.
Hot & cold drinks, fresh baked treats. Mini art exhibit and select antique desks and
tables. Wi-fi available with beverage purchase.
Hours: Mon-Sat, 10 am - 4:30 pm; Closed Sun & Mon*
Gallery 1029 LLC
1029 Franklin • (660) 259-2179
Commercial art gallery selling contemporary art by local area artists. We plan to eventually host small chamber music recitals in the rear room of the building.
Triple D Livestock
2502 Main • (660) 232-2970
Frozen meats, seasonal produce, bulk items
The Marketplace (inside Tourism Bureau office)
1110 Main • (660) 259-4711 • Open Mon.-Sat., 10am - 4pm
922 Main St. ● 660-259-4050
Gigi’s features a unique selection of ladies’ fashions ranging from evening, office to sportswear. Accessories make the outfit, and we have lots to choose from: scarves, hats and seasonal footwear. Mary Francis purses, jewelry designed by Paige Wallace, Brighton and local artist Marion Couch. Gigi’s slogan—“Dressing (You) In Style.”
Hours: Mon - Sat, 10 am - 5 pm; Sun 12-4*
Lexington Area Chamber of Commerce
1016 Main St. ● 660-259-3082
Working since 1948 to provide community leadership, business advocacy and connections and resources for our members. Visit our website to download our Community Resources Guide and Membership Directory.
Hours: Mon-Frl, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Red Cross Pharmacy
1030 Main St. ● 660-259-2591
Coffee Bar, Sundries, Prescriptions
Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 am-6 pm; Sat 9 am -1 pm; Closed Sunday
Cannonball 6 Theater
1125 Franklin ● 660-259-7006
Six-screen theater showing current releases. Two screens with Digital Surround Sound. Convenient to downtown shops and B&Bs. Call for show times or visit
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