After your visit with us at Wisteria Lane Antiques & Collectibles be sure to take in all that there is to see on Main Street in historic Gloucester, Virginia.

History and County Information of Gloucester

Museum of History

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The Gloucester Museum of History
is located in the Historic Botetourt
Building at 6539 Main Street.

GMSA

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The Gloucester Main Street Association
is dedicated to promoting
historic Gloucester Main Street

Gloucester County, VA

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Come explore Gloucester County Virginia
and discover the land of
the life worth living.

More Great Places to Visit in Gloucester

Holly Hill Antiques

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Holly Hill Antiques specializes
in Pennsylvania and Virginia farm
primitives and farm implements.

Brent and Becky’s Bulbs

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Brent and Becky’s Bulbs
are grown on Daffodil Lane
and shipped world–wide.

Beaverdam Park

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Enjoy a picnic, take a hike,
ride the horse trails, fish or paddle
the 635 acres of Beaverdam reservoir.

Welcome!

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6552 Main Street
Gloucester, Virginia 23061
Monday 11:00 – 5:00
Tuesday by chance
Wednesday thru Saturday 11:00 to 5:00
Sunday Noon – 4:30
804-413-1926
karen@wisterialaneantiques.com

If you don't see what you want, please ask.

Directions:

Wisteria Lane Antiques & Collectibles welcomes you to Gloucester County Virginia. Our shop is located on Main Street close to the historic Gloucester Court House Green. Gloucester County was established in 1651 and is rich is early American history landmarks and sites to see. In addition, Gloucester is a short 15 minute drive for Yorktown. Plan your visit soon and spend the day shopping, dining, and taking in the historical sites.

From Norfolk/VA Beach – Take Interstate 64 westbound. Immediately after entering Newport News, take the Route 17 North exit and continue over the Coleman Bridge into Gloucester County (there is a $2.00 toll in the northbound lane only). About 10 miles past bridge take the right merge onto Route 17 North Business and continue onto Main Street. Wisteria Lane Antiques will be on the left before you drive through the Court House Circle. Travel Time about 1 to 1 1/2 hours.

From Richmond – Take Interstate 64 east to the West Point Exit. Drive through West Point and turn right on Route 14. From Route 14 take Route 17 South and turn left on Route 17 Business (Main Street). Wisteria Lane Antiques will be on your right after you drive through the Court House Circle. Travel Time about 1 hour.

From Fredericksburg – Take Route 17 south until you get to Gloucester County. Turn left on Route 17 Business (Main Street). Wisteria Lane Antiques will be on your right after you drive through the Court House Circle. Travel time between about 2 hours.

Wisteria Lane Antiques & Collectibles is located right near the center of Gloucester Court House, and you never know what great event might be taking place when you visit. Below are some photos that owner Karen Arey took in and around the shop from one local event.

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