Shops of Cameron
The Market at Muse Bros. Store
422 Carthage Street (Hwy. 24/27), PO Box 233, Cameron, NC 28326
Fax: (919) 776-7843
Patty Boaz, shopkeeper
This historic business was established as “Muse Bros. Store” in
1876 and at the time was the largest general mercantile store between Raleigh,
Charlotte, and Augusta. In the early 1900’s the building became Cameron
Cotton Mill. Since the 1920’s the building has seen many uses. It currently
houses 10 antique dealers offering furniture, glassware, and rare collectibles.
Upstairs there are 1000’s of lamps, shades, home décor, and table
top products at “showroom” discount prices. Located inside The
Market is The Coffee Grind, Cappuccino/Expresso Bar, open daily.
See the restored Old Cameron Jail with its single wooden cell and bars. Built
around 1885 the jail was in use through the early 1920's. Located behind The
This Old House Antiques
561 Carthage Street, PO Box 565, Cameron, NC 28326
Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm and Sunday 1pm-5pm
Built in the 1890’s and later the residence of Jack Phillips, a well
known Cameron Merchant, followed by several other residents. The house is open
as a group antique shop by Larry Coe selling cookie jars, furniture, glassware,
smalls and other antiques.
403 Carthage Street, PO Box 595, Cameron, NC 28326
Built in 1951 by M. Harbour and operated as Cameron Farm Supply.
Wonderful antique & vintage furniture, collectibles, jewelry, china, glassware, smalls, art, books, dolls, pottery, baskets, accessories, kitchen, & much more. A fun and interesting shop ! Handicap accessible.
Now & Then Antiques
409 Carthage Street
Owner: Phil Martinello
Open Wednesday - Saturday 11- 5
A HISTORICAL BUILDING ESTABLISHED IN 1883 AS A MERCANTILE STORE.
We carry old Advertising Signs, toys, trains, Record albums, and a huge selection of collectibles. We specialize in Mantiques and Ladytiques. Our store offers an eclectic mix to interest the discerning customer.
Open Wed. - Sat. 11:00- 5:00
Tickled Pink & La Te Da offer Cottage Furniture,
Garden Relics, Linens, Fine Jewelry & Glassware.
Operated as a General Store by H.P. McPherson from
1885 and later by his son Cone until the 1950's.
The Old Hardware Antiques
Open Tues - Sat 10-5
Country and Formal Furniture and Accessories.
The 'Dewberry Deli and Soda Fountain' Located Downstairs,
Serving Tue - Fri 11:30- 4:30 & Sat 11:00- 4:30
Built as a Ford agency in 1920 it later bacame J.A. Phillips Hardware and Mule Auction Center. Now a group antique shop and deli/soda fountain.
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