Old Feed Store Antique Mall

Address: 310 West Water Street Woodbury, TN 37190 Contact Email: blackberry@dtccom.net Phone: (615) 563-2108
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We are 20 minutes east of Murfreesboro, TN, on Hwy 70S and just 20 minutes north of I-24 on Hwy 53. We are just off of the north side of the town square behind Rite Aide Pharmacy.

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Take a step back in time and enjoy the Old Feed Store experience. The 1929 structure was originally built as an ice house and has served as a Purina feeds store and a Farmer's Coop feed store over the years. We have more than 50 of the hardest working dealers around filling two floors with more unique antiques and collectibles daily. We are located just off of the renovated historic town square in Woodbury, in the beautiful hills of Cannon County, TN. Please visit our artist corner where we spotlight one of our many local artists each month. In addition to the primitive to fine antiques, we sell Fenton Art Glass, Watkins products, Burt's Bees, Down Home Pie mixes, Short Mountain Coffee, local honey, Aspen Mulling Spice, Howard's Furniture Products, and lighting supplies.


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We are 20 minutes east of Murfreesboro, TN, on Hwy 70S and just 20 minutes north of I-24 on Hwy 53. We are just off of the north side of the town square behind Rite Aide Pharmacy.

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City: Woodbury, TN
Region: Middle Tennessee
Subregion: Upper Cumberland

Admission Rates:
Free

Hours Open:
M-F, 10-5; Sat. 9-5; Sun. 1-5

Dates Closed:
New Years Day, Easter, Mothers Day, Fathers Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas




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