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Where to Shop in Georgia's Blue Ridge
Galleries, specialty shops, antiques, small town atmosphere and friendly people.

Art in Blue Ridge, GA
During the early 1900's, visitors journeyed to Blue Ridge by train to enjoy the health resort's pure mineral waters. Today, growing numbers of tourists are coming to historic Blue Ridge and McCaysville to shop in our specialty shops and galleries for fine furnishings, art, antiques and unique crafted items. Artists are especially attracted to live and work in the Georgia mountains because the peace and quiet, misty mountains and clear starry nights provide time, tranquility and inspiration for creating wonderful art, from tradition art and craft to contemporary painting and sculpture. Download a free, printable Shopping Guide just click right here 2014 Shopping Guide.

Fine art galleries in the area include High Country Art and Antiques, Multitudes, Turning Leaf Wood Art, Fishbone Studios and All Fired Up Pottery in downtown Blue Ridge, in addition to the Galleries on West Main at The Art Center. Artist Rip Mann at Christmas is Here in Copperhill, has examples of his hand honed bowls in the Smithsonian Museum and the White House, and craftman Shannon Oyster, of Oyster Fine Bamboo Fly Rods, has created handmade bamboo fly rods for President Jimmy Carter.

Other nationally recognized specialty shops in the area include Gatewood Hall Gracious Home, Wrapsody in Blue, Blue Ridge Adventure Wear, Out of the Blue, just to name a few. New fun places to shop include Huck's General Store and Cohutta Country Store in Blue Ridge, where you can find a little bit of everything, from baby chicks to cowboy boots.

Art in Blue Ridge, GA
Turning Leaf Fine Art Gallery in downtown Blue Ridge

Don't forget to take home some of our southern food specialties! Mercier Orchards, one of the largest apple orchards in the southeast, grows 50 varieties of apples and makes delicious fried pies, apple cider doughnuts and apple bread from scratch. Take home some pickled okra, hot pepper jelly, locally smoked trout or sourwood honey. Buy some homegrown vegetables from a the Blue Ridge Farmer's Market every Saturday in downtown Blue Ridge. Or visit Smelter's Grist Mill in Copperhill for some stone ground corn meal and grits.

If you are looking for a really fun shopping adventure, check out our Antique & Thrift Store Self-Guided Tour featuring 32 local favorites to explore along a winding trail from Blue RIdge to McCaysville. Click here to download the free printable guide.

2014 Shopping Guide
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