The village of Sperryville and its surrounding area feature art and antique shopping, along with other small shops. The old Main Street has been recognized by the National Register as an Historic Village. Whether you are interested in paintings, furniture, drawings, pottery, knitting, glassware or photography, Sperryville offers it all. Many of the artists call Rappahannock County home and feature it in their art.
The nearby town of Washington has many shops and art galleries and we highly recommend it as a beautiful place to stroll.
Haley Fine Art - (50 ft)
Just across the street from Hopkins Ordinary, Haley Fine Art features regional art and fine crafts. They also offer custom picture framing, art appraisal, design, delivery and installation services.
Copper Fox Antiques - (0.5 mi.)
This 1930s apple packinghouse and cold storage has been converted to a large antique and furniture market with over 30,000 square feet of primitives, Victorian, early American, and 20th century furniture.
Sperryville Pottery - (50 ft)
At Sperryville Pottery, Suzanne and her mother create some of the finest pottery you'll find anywhere. Also check out their classes and summer camp.
Flourish Root & Wild Root Apothecary - (0.5 mi.)
Flourish Root is a boutique florist creating nature inspired designs for weddings, events, everyday & commercial spaces. Paired with Wild Root Apothecary: craft cocktail / botanical syrups in a great cozy retail space.
The Shops at Ginger Hill (4 mi.)
Poke around this space featuring vintage finds from the owners, and also booths with goods from numerous other sellers.
Cottage Shops - (50 ft.)
Knit Wit Yarn Shop features local and luxury yarns, creative gift ideas and classes. At Comfort Fair Trade, in the same space, you are sure to find a great gift for yourself or someone else.
Heritage Hollows - (0.5 mi.)
A family farm based in Sperryville, Virginia raising and direct marketing 100% grassfed and grass-finished beef, lamb, and pastured pork
Gay Street Gallery - (7 mi.)
A bright and airy gallery in a charming and historic Washington, VA space featuring works by local Virginia artists.