608 VINTAGE is downtown Janesville's newest vintage hotspot! We are a 13,500 square foot vintage mall with over 100 different vendors in beautiful downtown Janesville. Antiques, vintage, home decor, handmade, upcycled, furniture and much much more. Grab a friend and spend an afternoon with us!
Love shopping for bargains? There's more to Agrace Thrift Stores than fabulous deals on fashions, home goods and gifts. When you donate clothing and household items, you support Agrace's nonprofit mission of compassionate care for people who are aging, ill or dying. It's a wonderful way to do something meaningful for yourself and your community.
8 years ago we were looking for an antique kitchen table and saw one listed in an auction bill. We got the table and a few more things. That was our first auction and we were hooked. People would ask us "where did you get that?" The answer was usually "at an auction". Friends & family started giving us lists and were pleased with our knack for finding just what they wanted.
In June of 2019, we decided to turn our treasure hunting into a business and opened, 2nd Time Around Resale Shoppe. With backgrounds in merchandising and marketing, we take great pride in featuring our inventory in a clean, bright and cheerful environment. We have a great mix of merchandise - some old, some new, collectibles, vintage, furniture, home decor, crafts, gifts and more. We really do try to have something for everyone. Mike & Patty Patterson
THE RED ROOSTER FURNISHINGS & PEDDLAR'S LOFT & CELLAR is located in the Old Junction Mill - a 150 year old renovated feed mill in historic downtown Milton. On 3 amazing, renovated floors, we feature unique country furnishings & gifts, antiques, primitives, jewelry and much more - including hand dipped ice cream!
Stop by and enjoy a little nostalgia of Milton history and take a memory home with you. The Old Junction Mill houses three businesses that will entice many tastes and interests. We have great reviews & ratings.
Located in an elegant residential neighborhood just east of Beloit College, guests will delight in staying at the historic 1810 Emerson House Bed and Breakfast. This lovely example of Georgian Colonial Revival architecture was built in 1930 as a wedding gift for Theodore and Rosella Woolsey. The house's distinctive roughhewn cedar shake roof and cream-colored brick with dramatic "weeping mortar" is a neighborhood standout.
Beloit truly is the Gateway to Wisconsin, being located at I-90 and the Wisconsin - Illinois border. Both Milwaukee and Madison airports are only 1 hour away, and only 1 1/2 hours from Chicago's O'Hare Airport. Emerson House is also a short distance to Beloit College, cultural art centers and quaint downtown shops and restaurants.