Support makers, artists and a small business owners by shopping at these Jonesborough shops. The picturesque setting of downtown offers a welcoming and unique shopping experience like no other. Ever since becoming a town in 1779, Jonesborough’s merchants have taken pride in offering rare and exclusive items for their customers. Check out this list of small businesses and boutiques where you can shop and support Jonesborough’s local economy.
Experience the feelings of nostalgia as you discover candies that will take you back to your childhood, unique home decor to brighten up any living space, and items you can find only In Jonesborough. We’re about to share some of Tennessee’s best-kept secrets, so you won’t want to miss this! And make sure and also check out our other blog on other places to support small by shopping local!
Tennessee’s Oldest Town is not only filled with stories, but it’s also filled with unique flavors, homemade recipes and southern hospitality. To help you out, we’ve provided a list of some of the most delectable dishes and sweetest shops in Northeast Tennessee!
Jonesborough has established itself as a town known for embracing all things local, whether that be grown or brewed. After welcoming the first craft brewery to Northeast Tennessee in 2004, Tennessee’s Oldest Town has become a leader in its region at supporting the locally grown and brewed scene. We’ve put together a list of the places you can visit to experience this first hand.
For over 20 years, Music on the Square has provided free, live music at its best with the townscape of downtown Jonesborough as the setting. In 1999, Music on the Square was created based on founder, Steve Cook’s deep passion for music. He set out to share his love for this art form with the Jonesborough community as well as the Northeast Tennessee region. Another local who has set out to share her own artwork is town celebrity, Summer Buchanan, who rarely misses a Friday night of Music on the Square.