Loctated in Historic Old Town Petersburg inside two Federal Townhouses circa 1815, visitors will find Penniston's Alley Antiques and Collectibles. These two, long-lived buildings are among the few remaining structures to have survived a great fire in 1815, as well as the ravages of the Civil War. Flight Attendant owners Sid Scott and Chris Brown have collected accessories and furniture from around the world as well as locally to place in their shop. Visitors are delighted when they walk into this sparkling clean establishment to find the layout in a comfortable homelike atmosphere. Penniston's Alley spectializes in fine 19th C. American furnishings, superior original Asian antiques, as well as a wide selection of quality antiques and collectibles including English Staffordshire, Flow Blue and glassware, all artfully displayed. You will not be able to resist sitting down and relaxing for awhile. If you are looking for something special, don't miss their fine selection of cultured pearls, as well as costume jewelry. Penniston's Alley owners and staff are not only knowledgeable in their trade, but also on the rich history of this Historic Civil War town and make this truly a destination to enjoy, relax and shop. Don't miss it!
102 W. Old St., Petersburg, Va. Open Wednesday thru Saturday 11am to 5pm
Sunday 1pm to 4pm
Closed Monday and Tuesday
Penniston's Alley Antiques and Collectibles