Seeking a keepsake to treasure from your time in Robertson County? Shops of all kinds bursting with unique troves will supply the gifts to fuel your search through our community. Take a piece of Robertson County home with you and forge a connection to one of our homegrown vendors!

Downtown Springfield

Rich with history and dotted with clothing boutiques, antique shops, cafes, and even a dance studio, downtown historic Springfield is a shopper’s delight. Whether you’re looking for a vintage sofa or a trendy new outfit, “The Square,” as locals affectionately call this district, has something for you.

Come out for 1st Friday Night Market for live music, food trucks, and meet local artists, artisans, and makers selling their wares the first Friday of each month from June – October.

My Perfect RobCo Day: Shopping

If you’re a boutique lover or a junk shop picker, RobCo is the place for you. We’ve put together a couple of My Perfect RobCo Day itineraries so you can make your way to the best shops in the county.

The first stop on our Boutique Trail is Southern Threads, located at 710 S Main St in downtown Springfield. Their specialty is monogramming and embroidery. Pick up something pretty, and let them stitch your name onto your new treasure!

Head down the block to RobCo’s local source for organic, natural, and specialty products like essential oils, nutritional supplements, bath and body products. Grab a healthy snack and head to your next stop!

Turn the corner and pop into McClellan & Co. They specialize in curated home décor, sophisticated scents, luxe beauty and skincare, apparel and accessories!

Follow the sidewalk around to West Court Square and swing by Re-Defined. This store’s mission is for every woman to remember her worth is found within her soul. They carry accessories and clothing for all shapes and sizes.

Admire the historic courthouse as you cross Main Street. Here you can pick up books, vintage home décor, unique gifts and second-hand children’s clothing.

Heading over to historic Cross Plains, the oldest settlement in Robertson County, Cottontown Bears is a must stop for baby and children’s clothes and gifts!

You’ve worked up an appetite at this point, so grab a seat at the soda fountain for lunch and milk shake and then browse their gift shop for the perfect accessory, home décor, toys and more.

Next stop: White House, TN! Here you’ll find women’s and children’s clothing, men’s gifts, home décor, accessories, monogramming and personalization services and more.

Oasis for trendy gifts, accessories and apparel. Weekly new arrivals will have you stopping back in soon!

Off the beaten path, you don’t want to sleep on this whimsical boutique! They’ve got clothing, accessories and custom print/embroidered gifts as unique as the gift giver and receiver. 

Last stop: Greenbrier, TN! Only Daughter has your favorite brands of clothing and accessories, as well as a selection of home décor and gift items.

This spot will help you embrace your coastal side with clothing and accessories to outfit your every adventure!

With  more than 145 vendors, this two-story picker’s paradise is filled with unique and rare finds, as well as hand-crafted goods.
Folks come from miles away to shop this 38,000 square feet of cast iron tubs, sinks, antique lighting, Victorian fireplace mantels, tin ceilings, decorative glass and much, much more!
Head to Vintage Whimsy, an antique store with vintage goods, local art, handcrafted jewelry, and musical instruments. A true time capsule and labor of love curated by owners Lin and Bill.
Stop into Pappy’s for antiques and collectibles! You’ll find an impressive selection of antique knives, coins, jewelry, furniture, tools and more.
This gem is located in Cross Plains and has dozens and dozens of booths filled with collectors’ items to antique furniture and thousands of other fancies.
Heading to White House, this weekend-only shop is its own vibe. Featuring barn finds and antiques, this is a great Saturday stop.
This Ridgetop spot is owned by a third-generation antiques dealer and won’t disappoint! From French to Primitive and Mid-Century to Italian, they have just about everything. 
Shopping at Ms. Rhonda’s is a journey through time. With 157 unique booths, they’ve got a diverse selection of vintage treasures, boutique items and hand-crafted goods.