Only in Ptbo – Unique Shopping finds in Peterborough & the Kawarthas
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The Gallery Shop offers a diverse selection of truly one-of-a-kind works in ceramics, glass, jewellery and more! We feature fine art and craft by regional makers, and unique items that highlight the best in Canadian design. We also have an inspired children’s section. Don’t forget that AGP Members receive a 10% discount on selected gallery merchandise! This includes books and AGP exhibition publications.
Harvested using traditional methods right here in Peterborough & the Kawarthas, it is a perfect addition to a foodie themed basket.
In business since 1989, they offer loads of new & used records and cd’s. Sure, you can find records more readily now, but with the staff’s expert suggestions, it’s easy to walk out with the perfect sound for that special someone. They also sell turntables, new and used, plus needles and belts.
Sometimes known now as “the Big Red Barn”, “the Barn”, Craftworks at the barn or just simply: Craftworks; we’re a locally owned and operated Peterborough and the Kawarthas business.
A beautiful gift shop right on the farm with soaps, body butter, cheese, milk and many local artisans gift ideas.. Shopping made easy.
Sure, Farmers’ Markets throughout Peterborough & the Kawarthas provide fresh, nutritious and locally grown fare, five days a week. They are also home to unique items hand crafted by local artisans. What a delicious opportunity to explore the region, one Farmers’ Market at a time. Peterborough’s Market is even open year-round.
Kawartha Country Wines is a small premium family-owned winery located north of Peterborough, Ontario. Local fruits and berries are processed with the highest standards in order to produce award winning 100% Ontario wines. Gift shop includes a wide range of gourmet food, including a large collection of hot sauce, BBQ sauce, cheese, jams & jellies etc.
Kawartha Local Marketplace is an all-local retail emporium, offering a range of artisanal and handcrafted products from Peterborough and The Kawarthas.
At NaKeD Chocolate, using the best couverture chocolate is only the first step in the creation of our exquisite selection of chocolates and confections. Professional Chocolatier, Warren Eley, crafts each recipe to ensure that every bite is a memorable delight. Discover his inspired flavour combinations using fruits, flowers, spices and herbs from around the world.
Everything from accessories & clothing to notable print collections and handmade home decor. You’re sure to find the perfect gift for any age.
A unique clothing line available exclusively at Flavour Fashion in downtown Peterborough, gifts don’t get more original than this.
Is there a beer connoisseur on your gift list? Give the gift of a mini Peterborough & the Kawarthas Brewery Tour! Glasses, hats, t-shirts there are lots of great options at both breweries for gifts. Don’t forget to include a 6-pack…from each?
Simple Soaps offer kettle-made in small batches, hand-cut & cured… the result is a gentle, rich bar without any synthetic detergents, hardeners or lathering agents. Simply perfect gift ideas.
Decadent uniquely hand made chocolate truffle collection, barks, bars and sugar free chocolates, hot chocolates, teas, coffee and so much more! Also home to The Mad Hatter Tea Lounge.
The Tumblehome Shop is a one-of-a-kind shopping experience curated by The Canadian Canoe Museum. Visitors are delighted with our wide selection of canoe themed clothing, artisan crafts, jewelry, books and housewares with a special focus on local and Canadian made goods.
With Peter’s 40 years’ farming and business experience, and Leslie’s award-winning writing skills, Walton Wood Farm is ever expanding their portfolio of fun and funky gift products. They specialize in eye-catching packaging, and entertaining copywriting that address real life issues and events with a fresh and unexpected approach.
Whetung Ojibwa Centre offers a spectacular collection of Native crafts as well as Fine Art, Jewelry, Moccasins, Leather Work, Sculptures and much more from Curve Lake First Nation and across Canada.
The curator Fran Fearnley, travels to Zimbabwe to purchase sculptures directly from the artists. She travels extensively around the country to choose a body of work that fully represents the breadth of style, form and stone that makes this art movement so dynamic and universal in its appeal.