Historic Jonesborough, Tennessee provides treasures that are hard to find and home decor that goes beyond the ordinary. Whether it is memorabilia, antique furniture, collectibles, vintage clothing, or the products of contemporary designers, it can be found in East Tennessee’s Appalachian Mountain treasure, Historic Jonesborough.
After a long day of antiquing in historic Jonesborough for treasures of the Appalachian Mountains, sample some local flavor at one of our delectable choices for dining. Then stay in our historic bed and breakfasts or turn-of-the-century Inn filled mostly with antiques from the Appalachian Mountain region of East Tennessee.
Nearly 150 years ago the Jonesborough Antique Mart started its story as a hardware shop. Farmers from the Appalachian Mountains of East Tennessee could come and buy nails, seeds, and farming equipment. Today, over 30 antique dealers fill more than 10,000 square feet of antiques, vintage 115 East Main Street
clothing, Victorian furniture, early 1900s sterling silver, depression glassware, primitives, Christia’s Artware, Blue Ridge Pottery, collectibles, dolls, Boyd’s Bears, memorabilia and more. This is a collector’s paradise!
Located in the popular commercial district, Furniture Warehouse features hundreds of items with a wide variety of vintage 117 East Main Street
423.926.8105 and modern home décor, collectable antiques as well as gently used and new furniture. Specializing in consignment large scale furniture at discount prices, you’ll find that finishing touch of personality from the selection of quality pieces offered. Inventory changes daily as a collection of decorating styles are displayed in this historic building.
Used as a post office many years ago, this building now contains over 25 gift and antique dealers specializing in home décor, gift items, books, 111 West Main Street
423.753.9918collectibles, dolls, Jonesborough souvenirs, Christmas items, antiques, and homemade crafts.
During 1820 Samuel Jackson constructed the most impressive structure on the south side of West Main Street. Three separate apartments served as residence for his three daughters. This was long known as "Sister’s Row," and is the oldest brick building in Tennessee. Located in "Sisters Row", 205 West Main Street
423.913.0143Southern Exposure Antiques have all types of antiques and collectibles including furniture, toys, books, art, china and glassware, jewelry, and vintage clothing and accessories – something for everyone!