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Historic downtown Greenwood encompasses a wide array of unique shops and galleries. Art, antiques, books, specialty gifts, foods, pottery made from native clay and a cook’s paradise are only the beginning of what you will find. Howard Street is Greenwood’s quaint version of Chicago’s famous “Miracle Mile.” Strolling Howard Street is a time-honored tradition that offers the shopper a connection to the past when shopping downtown was a way of life.

Just upstairs from the Viking Cooking School, the boutique features a wide array of products designed to pamper from head to toe. And if you’re shopping for the perfect Mississippi Delta keepsake you’ll find world famous McCarty pottery.
A regionally acclaimed independent bookstore, Turnrow boasts an extensive collection of titles and an assortment of Delta blues music, toys and gifts. The upstairs features a lunchtime café and is an all-day gathering place.
Fincher’s offers a smart selection of merchandise from fine china to fashion. Known across the Delta for its Bridal Registry and gift selection, it is now headquarters for high quality children’s clothing with the new addition of Fincher’s Baby and Kids.
Turnrow Gallery, located upstairs at Turnrow Books, focuses on contemporary Southern art including the rich artistic heritage of the Mississippi Delta with a wide variety of both folk and fine arts in. Styles range from multiple media to folk art. The gallery is a "must-visit" for art lovers.
Howard & Marsh Exchange is a boutique vendor market specializing in a wide selection of home decor, accessories, antiques, art, pillows, bedding, lighting, candles, lots of gifts and much more.
The store features Viking cookware and cutlery along with tools and gifts for the cook. Thousands of visitors from around the country flock to Greenwood to take our classes and shop our store.
Over 750 made-in-Mississippi food and gift items are created by more than 150 Mississippi artists and entrepreneurs. From Delta -made cheese straws, cakes, cookies and sauces to paintings and pottery of native clay, shoppers can take home a taste of Mississippi.
Greenwood’s go-to destination for custom stationary, invitations and gifts, The Melon Patch, features the season’s latest fashions and accessories for women and juniors.
The Mississippi Delta is a sportsman’s paradise. Hunters of duck, deer, quail and turkey flock to Smith & Co. for sportsmen’s apparel and hunting gear. In addition, they offer contemporary fashions for men and women.
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