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Old Market House State Historic Site
123 N. Commerce St.
Galena, IL 61036
815.776.9200
9a.m. – 5p.m. Daily

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Tin Pan Alley

303 S. Commerce St.
Galena IL 61036
Local: 815-777-3535

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Handicap Accessible: Yes

Overview

Spanning the centuries – 1800’s Victorian, French & primitives; architectural, Mid-Century Modern, vintage jewelry, garden chic, and more! Tin Pan Alley loves juxtaposition! Whether you've got a modern room that needs an antique or primitive accent, are creating a retro look, adore mid century decor, or simply are looking for a funky touch, then this shop is a 'must stop' for you.


Romantics and shabby chic lovers will enjoy antique French furniture (as well as some new French items), architectural salvage, and 1800's Victorian classics. Hand-worked linens and lace embellish our displays, and vintage jewelry is a special treat. Original paintings adorn the walls and an array of vintage art prints can be found to stimulate or complement any décor.


Love to repurpose? Looking to create your own work of art? Tin Pan Alley's 'smalls' include industrial and 'heavy' metal odds and ends, old garden and agricultural pieces, and a myriad of oddities. Granny's antiques, collected over her long lifetime, are the finest in Pennsylvania and 'out East' primitives, English Staffordshire, quilts, clocks, ironstone, Galena pottery and early American furniture pieces.



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