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This former 1800s and early 1900s hardware store is now operated by the Huntsville historical society. As you step through the front door, you are transported back in time. Original items are on the shelves from 100 years ago, and you walk on the original...More
Just looking in the windows of Harrison Hardware takes you back to another, less frantic time. Walking through the door is like stepping back in time. The merchandise, the shelves, even the cash register is from the past. But there are plenty of items that...More
The entrance has much of the original hardware store on display- a full wall and on the ceiling. The old safe, a desk with old papers, the freight elevator. On the other side is an array of pottery, woodworking, jewelry, glass globes, and yard art....More
Harrison Brothers Hardware is a wonderful combination of old and new. The building, which once was the home of a hardware store, along with the old inventory, cash register, ledgers and safe, make up a priceless snapshot of times past. The gift shop is exquisite...More
We shopped in this store for some small things to take back for friends. It's is a perfect mix of museum and store, with old ledgers, measurements, bolts and tools around, and pretty much anything you may need to purchase. I found DNA duct tape,...More