Nine Great Destinations With indie shops full of personality, festive open-air flea markets, and the national brands you know and love, Henry County has your retail needs covered. B5 Atlanta Motor Speedway Gift Shop 1500 Highway 19/41 South Hampton, GA 30228 770.707.7970 atlantamotorspeedway.com Atlanta Motor Speedway’s gift shop is shopping bliss for NASCAR and racing fans. Featuring AMS and NASCAR race gear, shirts, hats, souvenirs, and more, the shop is open year-round. Tours of the speedway and rides on the track are also available through the gift shop. Open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday 10 a. m. to 2 p.m.; closed Sunday. C3 Barley & Vine 1445 Rock Quarry Road, Suite 202 Stockbridge, GA 30281 770.507.5998 barleynvine.com Barley & Vine will guide you in the art of making beer, wine, cider, or cheese through their expert advice, tastings, classes, and more. The store carries a wide selection of supplies and equipment for brewing, wine-making, and distilling. Home-brewers can devise their own beer recipes from more than 80 types of malts, 70-plus types of hops, and five separate yeast manufacturers in the dedicated Brew Room. E6 Downtown Locust Grove I-75 Exit 212 Locust Grove, GA 30248 Locust Grove’s historic downtown invites leisurely window shopping for one-of-a-kind goods. Find charming home decor and gifts at the French Market & Tavern, where you can also enjoy a standout New Orleans-inspired meal. Paws & Claws supplies all your pet grooming needs and accessories. Just south of downtown, the Grove Depot offers consignment furniture, accents, and more, while Deja Vu on Forty-Two, an antique and retro collectable store, specializes in “vintiques.” B5 Downtown Hampton East Main Street Hampton, GA 30228 Historic downtown Hampton is an under-the-radar gem offering several quaint stores. Visit Red Clay Outfitters, which stocks apparel and outdoor gear from such brands as Simply Southern, Struttin Cotton, Yeti and Live Oak, and Dragonfly Creek for antique treasures, unique gifts, and home accents. Avid readers can duck into Speakeasy Bookstore for a huge selection of pre-owned books and a full-service espresso bar, while TV junkies can complete the shop’s guided “Walkin DEAD” tour of downtown. C3 Henry Town Center I-75 Exit 221 McDonough, GA 30253 Henry Town Center is a shopper’s dream, with 700,000 square feet of retail space housing Belk, Super Target, Home Depot, Gander Mountain, HomeGoods, Old Navy, Bed Bath & Beyond, Marshalls, and many more popular brands and restaurants. Across the street shoppers will find Sam’s Club, Best Buy, and Dick’s Sporting Goods. D5 Horsetown South 4583 Bill Gardner Parkway Locust Grove, GA 30248 770.898.6330 horsetown.com From boots and saddles to home goods, this Western superstore offers everything for the horse and rider. C4 PEACHTREE PEDDLERS ANTIQUE MALL & FLEA MARKET 155 Mill Road McDonough, GA 30253 914.2269 The largest indoor flea market in the heart of Georgia offers 85,000 square feet of bargains! Bus tours are welcome. The antique mall is open every day except Wednesday, from 11 a. m. to 6 p.m. The flea market operates Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sundays from 10 a. m. to 6 p.m. B5 Sweetie’s Flea Market 2316 U.S. Highway 19 & 41 Hampton, GA 30228 770.946.4721 sweetiesfleamarket.com Georgia’s oldest outdoor flea market has the atmosphere of a county fair. Bus tours welcome. Open year-round on Saturday and Sunday. D6 Tanger Outlets 1000 Tanger Drive Locust Grove, GA 30248 800.406.0833 tangeroutlet.com/locustgrove Discover a world of savings on the nation’s leading brands and designer labels, including Columbia Sportswear, Michael Kors, Brooks Brothers, Coach, Under Armour, Ann Taylor, Children’s Place, J.Crew, and more. Bus tours welcome. Homegrown in Henry The Southern Belle Farm Market is slated to open in spring 2016. It will carry farm-fresh produce and homemade jams, jellies, and honey and will also feature an expanded bakery menu. HISTORY HAS A NAME PEGGY ALEXANDER / PEACHTREE PEDDLERS ANTIQUE MALL & FLEA MARKET Peggy Alexander has served as general manager of Peachtree Peddlers since it opened in 1993. Besides overseeing operations at the flea market and antique center, she serves as a business mentor. “It has been a joy to watch so many businesses start with a single table during the weekend flea market and grow into a large, seven-day- a-week operation,” she says. The antique mall houses 150 vendors, and on weekends the flea Market hosts between 250 and 350 vendors.
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