Baxter’s Vineyards, the oldest winery in the state of Illinois, is a small family winery located in the historic town of Nauvoo, Illinois. The winery was established in 1857 by Emile and Annette Baxter. Today, Baxter’s Vineyards continues within the same family with co-owners, Kelly and Brenda Logan. Kelly is a part of the fifth generation of Baxter’s to grow grapes and apples and make wine in historic Nauvoo.
Carol's Pies are sold as whole, pre-orded pies only, except on special event weekends such as the Home Wine Makers Contest and the Nauvoo Grape Festival. We like to sell our pies fresh, and you like to buy them fresh...ordering ahead guarantees your pie will be freshly baked just for you!
Country Cottage Antiques, located in the heart of Nauvoo’s business district, offers shoppers a wide selection of well-priced antiques. Hours: Mon: 11am-4pm Tues: Closed Wed-Sat: 10am-5pm Sun: 11am-3pm
Nauvoo Glassworks is a glassblowing studio and gallery specializing in all four hot glass forming techniques; blown, fused, flame-worked and cast glass. Nauvoo Glassworks also hosts art events and holds individual and group classes in glass art.
The Nauvoo Market Place is where memories gather in the heart of Nauvoo, IL. Over 80 local area crafters and vendors fill nearly 5,000 square feet of indoor, open-year-round, sales floor with an ever-changing variety of antique, vintage, new, and hand-crafted treasures for home and garden. Take a walk down memory lane and keep a few tokens from your journey.
The Nauvoo Gallery is located in the old Temple House Building in the Downtown Historic District of Nauvoo, Illinois. Recognized in the National Registry of Historic Places, the Temple House is among the city's early historic landmarks.
The Mercantile offers a really fun & unique line of products that are reminiscent of Nauvoo's history and the pioneer era. The Mercantile building was rebuilt in 2006 by Matt & Dena Kennedy, founders & owners of LDS Living Magazine, along with several business partners. Modeled after the historic Heber C. Kimball home in Nauvoo, the Mercantile has become a mainstay of Nauvoo's business district.