Travelers visiting a new city should add recreational shopping to their itinerary. It’s one of the best ways to learn about its culture and vibe while supporting local businesses. Newberry is a great place to spend a warm Saturday wandering through the weekly craft market or exploring the various unique shops and businesses that line its streets.
Arts & Antiques
If you can’t find it at C.T. Summer Hardware & Antiques, you probably don’t need it. This Newberry tourist magnet is equal parts hardware store, antiques store and museum. Everywhere you look, you’ll find new discoveries. And if you don't spot what you’re looking for on your own, just ask Bill who is always happy to help customers find a new treasure.
Located at the corner of Main and College streets is The Carpenter Gallery, a fine art gallery featuring a variety of original oil and watercolor paintings by international as well as regional artists. In supporting the artists and their talents, the gallery offers one-of-a-kind silk textures, artisan jewelry, ceramics and turned wood pieces.
Why travel on foot when you can use two wheels? Bike Baby, Newberry’s only bike store, offers new bikes, used bikes, electric bikes and biking apparel. To unite the community and promote a healthy lifestyle, Bike Baby regularly hosts events like group rides and bike safety classes that are open to the public.
Take your old, faded, stained and torn family photos and give them the love they deserve. Turner Photography & Restoration is passionate about restoring the quality of old and historic photographs, tin-types, daguerreotypes, ambrotypes and glass negatives. Other services offered include printing, image restoration, custom framing and photography.
Established in 1992, Blackmon’s Jewelry is Newberry’s only full-service jewelry store. Regardless of the type of jewelry, they design it to be comfortable, durable and attractive. Need a repair or want a custom-designed piece? Blackmon’s staff of talented jewelers can make your vision a reality.