If you are looking for a unique shopping experience then Bridge Street Craft Mall is a great place to start. With over 6500 square feet of indoor space, they offer a wide variety of handcrafted items, antiques, hand built furniture, home décor, and so much more.
They have many different vendors, themed rooms and spaces with a large assortment of curtains, rugs, pictures, centerpieces, and candles. They have an outdoor village for you to stroll through where you can find many outdoor items such as tables, chairs, swings, and gliders.
Joanne Mettler and Scott Dalton (Owners), said: “When we opened we knew we wanted our store to be in Chillicothe. Not only because of all of it’s wonderful and supporting citizens, but also Chillicothe draws from all over Southern Ohio with all the restaurants and great shopping. We would also like to thank all of our Patrons for their support over our first 5 years. We look forward to serving you for many years to come.”
Bridge St. Craft Mall, located at 1525 N. Bridge St. in Chillicothe, is open seven days a week and always looking for new and exciting vendors who want to showcase their handmade or unique items.
Bridge St. Craft Mall
1525 N. Bridge Street
Chillicothe, OH 45601
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