Shortly after the city’s incorporation, St. Joseph became an important stop for pioneers bound for California who needed to stock their wagon trains. And the city has remained an important trade center through today. Those early trading posts have since been replaced by large enclosed malls, charming shopping districts and interesting antique stores, but the excitement of shopping is still a part of the St. Joseph experience.
This shop is located in the old downtown shopping area of St. Joseph in what used to be a tavern and cafe. Their specialty is glass ware and they have lots of it. If you don't find what you are looking for, ask to see what they have in the storage area. You will also find rare books, vintage jewelry, and loads of antiques.
Inside flea market and outside flea market (weather permitting)
Did you know St. Jo had electric streetcars?
In 1887, St. Joseph became the second city in the U.S. - Richmond, Virginia, was the first - to have Electric Streetcars.
Retail gift shop specializing in country decor
Country Junction buys and sells collectible furniture and new & used household accessories.
East Hills Mall serves as St. Joseph's community gathering place while providing top shopping, dining and entertainment experiences that meet today's standards.
Hunterland Antique Mall has 100 dealers and more than 151 booths! 28,000 square feet!
You will find decorative items, flowers, wreaths, antiques, jewelry and interior items at Jaime's!
Come experience the region’s largest antique mall. With over 110 booths, 160 showcases, and 40 small shelving areas throughout two large rooms, you’re sure to find that treasure you are hunting for.
Kat and Co. houses 108 booth spaces and their vendors offer antiques, primitives, signs, jewelry, purses, candles and much more.
Fine home decor, seasonal items and china. Something for everyone and all in good taste here at Katherine's.
Unique gifts & accessories * Design Showroom * Home Decor * Fine Furniture * Rugs * Lamps * In Home Consultations and more!
Homemade and handmade unique items, clothing, jewlery and scarves located in beautiful downtown St. Joseph.
Paradox Theatre is a new all-age music, art and performance venue that fuses creativity, its patrons, and art of all kinds. Includes art gallery, performance space, meeting space and Make 12 Church. Soon to open a coffee shop.
We are dedicated to carrying high quality, unique items in our store. Our product selection is quite extensive and you are sure to find something to meet your discerning tastes! We are a family-run business, new to St. Joseph, MO. We purchase brand name yarn, needles and notions. However, we also offer alpaca products from our animals on the farm. We also offer knitting lessons. Come by and sign up!
The Rusty Chandelier is your destination for 5,000 square feet of unique treasures. They offer an eclectic mix of vintage items, one of a kind gifts and decor - many which have been created or re-created by the boutique owners - as well as new merchandise.
The Shoppes at North Village is St. Joseph's first hybrid lifestyle center. The 77-acre site offers a unique blend of entertainment, dining, "big box" and specialty retailers. A tree-lined parkway with lush landscaping moves throughout the complex and connects the multiple buildings.
This 10,000 square foot antique mall has over 85 dealers offering many unique items and antiques. There's a very nice shopping atmosphere and the air waves are filled with 1950s oldies music.
Stetson Hats are the most well known hats in the world. They are cowboy hats for men and women, in straw, felt or leather. Own your own icon of western spirit.
Enjoy the beauty of hand-peeled pine log furniture and home accents. Their goal is to create high-quality custom log furniture with personal attention to detail and customer satisfaction.
Tobiason Studio, located in historic downtown St. Joseph,
Missouri, is owned and operated by Rick & Terri Rader. Employees Shelley
Grier (resident artist & Rick’s sister) and Terry Camacho are experienced
glass artists who are ready to answer your questions and provide
recommendations. There are also many "volunteer" employees, which
include parents, friends, and other glass enthusiasts.