TAPP into Tappahannock and Essex County’s locally owned gift shops, farmers markets and booming antiquing scene.
TAPP into nautical gifts, unique clothing and home décor found throughout a downtown of close-knit shopkeepers who love to share what they treasure most about Tappahannock and Essex County. Our antique mall, the largest in the region, will keep you (and the kids) busy for hours. Bring home something special to remind you of your stay.
New or like-new clothing, shoes, handbags, furniture and more at reasonable prices.
Brand name furniture, appliances, electronics and computers to rent to own.
Jewelry by Waxing Poetic, calendars, bottle holders key rings and more by Lilly Pulitzer along with Lafco candles, serving-ware, napkins, house flags, sleepwear, makeup bags, travel cases, greeting cards and Christopher Mize paintings. This nautically themed gift shop and custom framing shop was named for the boat belonging to the former owner.
By-appointment only. Find beekeeping supplies; bees raised and cared for organically; pure, local honey; seasonal jams, jellies and marmalades; blended teas and rare spices; and country crafts.
Family-owned and operated, Martin Sale Furniture has been serving the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck for more than 60 years. Indoor and outdoor furniture along with bedding, home entertainment and accessories.
A space on Prince Street for littles to play while their mothers connect. Yoga workshops, book signing, circle time for moms and book signings, all the brainstorm of mother of three Blake Slusser, who is a Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator and doula.
Your stop for Tappahannock Strong shirts, women and children’s fashion, sustainable candles and a hand-curated mixture of finds, many monogramable. Chat with owner Hannah Parker, whose middle name is Norwood.
Local veggies and seafood with seasonable fruit and flowers all grown on the farm of owners Pammy and Pete Jones. Mobjack Bay coffee, beef, pork and seafood along with juices, sauces, dips and jams all made under the Pammy’s Produce label. The Amish whisk broom is a top seller.
SpunThings will be the place to find quality yarns for all the knitters and crocheters in the area. From beginners who want to learn, to advance who might want to teach. SpunThings is getting involved with the community by offering something instead of asking for something.
One-stop shop offering everything from cold beverages and salty snacks to chainsaw oil and diesel fuel. Ask about Temple’s Homemade Breakfast Biscuits and Famous Pulled Pork Barbecue. Finds include penny candy!
More than 90 vendors selling baked goods, fresh seafood, meat and produce, crafts and plants gather on the 3rd Saturday of the month between April-November at the intersection of Cross and Prince streets. Onsite dining with live music.
You’re always a friend at Tappahannock Furniture, family-owned and operated for more than 60 years. Vast selection includes indoor and outdoor furniture, home entertainment, bedding, home office and accessories.
Same-day flower delivery from full service flower shop in Tappahannock and the surrounding area. FTD florist.
Melissa Foster’s passion for teaching and making baskets along with her affinity for herbs inspired the name of this charming shop full of handmade gifts. The specially curated inventory includes women’s clothing and accessories, home décor, jewelry, soaps and toys. If you see a basket, Melissa probably made it!
The one-stop shop for horse enthusiasts specializes in clothing and cowboy boots and hats, jewelry and gifts. Saddles, stirrups, harnesses, martingales, bridles, reins, bits, breastplates and more!
New footwear and shoe and belt repair. Includes custom leather products, orthotics and motorcycle gear