Stroll through the charming Colonial port town of Urbanna, browsing its home-style boutiques for furnishings, fashions, gifts, jewelry, essentials and doodads. Then, hit the town's antique shops and top-flight art gallery. Don't miss our woodcraft shop, and even replenish your medicine chest at our locally-owned old fashioned drug store.
Good looks and great style come in all sizes and a rainbow of colors. Ladies clothing, shoes, handbags and jewelry. But don’t stop with your closet. Complete your look with accessories for the home—custom silk flower arrangements, ribbon, glassware, tabletop decor, lamps, and Beatriz Ball.
Individually handcrafted solid wood furnishings and accessories by local professional wood craftsman. Custom made furnishings are our specialty, using your style and your finish. Stop by our showroom and boutique when you visit Urbanna.
The award winning Lowe Tide boutique specializes in river and resort attire for ladies and men, local jewelry designers, gifts, home accessories and much more. Come in and see for yourself why Lowe Tide is where treasures are found! Shop online anytime at Lowe-Tide.com.
An old-fashioned family drugstore "Don't miss the soda fountain", (four generations of Marshall's can be found behind the counter) with pharmacy, over-the-counter medications, makeup, beauty products, sunscreen, school and business supplies, cards, gifts, books, toys, candy, a soda fountain and loads of character.
804.758.5344 | 50 Cross Street | Map
Emily Chowning has an artist’s eye for antique furniture and bibelots, prints, paintings. And the perfect mat and frame (husband Shep crafts them in his atelier). More antiques out back.
804.758.2602 | 31 Cross Street | Map
Shop used woman's clothing in a brand new way!
804.758.4000 | 240 B Virginia | Map
The “Home of Good Goods” since 1876, Bristow’s is the areas only surviving general store. Original wood floors, glass display cases and towering shelves reached with rolling ladders display men’s and women’s apparel, shoes, jewelry and hosiery along with sundries for the home and cottage.
804.758.2210 | 200 Virginia and Cross Street | Map
Thrift Store operated by the Central Middlesex Volunteer Rescue Squad & Auxiliary. Open Wednesday - Saturday 10am to 4pm. Specials Weekly.
Cross Street (Behind Something Different)
Exceptional furnishings for your home from floor to ceiling, including lighting, florals and art. 30% below retail every day! The Garden Club is open on Saturdays only.
804.758.9100 | 246 Virginia Street | GardenClubInteriors.com
Come to Make Thyme for a large selection of small potherbs, perennials, seasonal annuals, decorative accents for home and garden, silk flowers and more. Make Thyme is “home base” to Chesapeake Bay author, Larry Chowning.
804.758.2101 | 260 Prince George Street
Auto parts, hardware and some marine supplies.
804.758.5319 | 271 Prince George Street
We’re the Little Shop by the water for all your hair care needs and gift shop for all your gifting needs. Tuesday – Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. to noon.
804.758.2334 | 35 Watling Street
Fine art and antiques.
758-4204 | 171 Virginia Street
804.758.2101 | 260 Prince George Street
Bill Hight’s collection of Chesapeake workboat models and the stories behind them are museum quality. His store has many many used and new items and is a fun place to poke around. But don’t cross him! He buys and sells guns, too.
804.758.5300 | Prince George Street and Virginia Street
Under one 5,000 square foot roof: Custom Framery, Antique Mall, & the Best Art Gallery east of Richmond! More than 70 professional artists represented! Featured art exhibits change every 2 months. Editorial, Graphic & Layout Design, Photographic services – printing & lamination also offered. “Come in… the treasures are inside!”
Open every day but Mondays!
804.758.2828 | 202 Virginia Street | Like Us on Facebook!
Urbanna Market is THE place in Urbanna to get your groceries. It is a small town marketing with a large town flair. They stock fresh vegetables and meats as you would expect but you can also buy prepared food for lunch or a picnic as well as a wide selection of wine and beer. So if you need ice, cleaning supplies, souvenirs, etc. Urbanna Market is the store to visit.
804.758.5579 | Old Virginia Street
Back when Lancaster County was “dry,” guests of The Tides Inn made the “Whiskey Run” across the Rappahannock River to the Urbanna ABC Store. The state-run liquor store offers everything from generic vodka to premium single malt scotches. If you’re in the market for beer or wine, go to Something Different or the Great Value Grocery Store.
804.758.2207 | 231 Virginia Street