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One of a Kind Find!

Google maps will not take you to this location directly. But Henry heard our motorcycles roll in... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
KayakPaddler
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Sardis, Ohio
Aprons, Aprons and more Aprons.

If you like aprons or like to sew this is the place. The owner was so nice, we called and to let... read more

Reviewed 5 September 2017
Joyce2714
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Fort Worth
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4 weeks ago
“One of a Kind Find!”
5 Sep 2017
“Aprons, Aprons and more Aprons.”
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110 W Eastport St, Iuka, MS 38852-2321
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Google maps will not take you to this location directly. But Henry heard our motorcycles roll in town and knowing google maps is messed up, waited for us to come back out onto the main street in town. He graciously waved at us to indicate...More

Thank KayakPaddler
Reviewed 5 September 2017

If you like aprons or like to sew this is the place. The owner was so nice, we called and to let her know we were coming and she was there waiting for us and it was the day of the eclipse!! We stayed as...More

2  Thank Joyce2714
Reviewed 12 April 2017

Love aprons? unique places? friendly people? This one-room museum is filled with aprons dating from Civil War times to the present, including aprons for purchase along with other items. Displays on the walls show just a sliver of the collection. Carolyn and her helper were...More

Thank CarolynD53
Reviewed 22 July 2015 via mobile

Huge collection of aprons from over the decades and from states all over the USA. Carolyn was a wealth of information!

1  Thank BreAponi
Reviewed 19 April 2014

i took my wife there for our anniversary .she had no idea we were going there . she makes aprons herself. she was so excited when we pulled up. the terry's were so nice they came and opened up for us and were just so...More

3  Thank J9115XYmichaelb
Reviewed 11 October 2012

Very interesting place, as well as a gift shop. The owner is very knowledgable, and loves to talk with visitors. Really enjoyed this small but inviting place!

3  Thank Dianne D
Reviewed 5 October 2012 via mobile

The Apron Museum is located in an old storefront in the sleepy southern town of Iuka. The proprietress is so enthusiastic and knowledgeable about aprons that it's contagious! There are old aprons, new aprons, books about aprons and some related antiques. The aprons provide a...More

4  Thank 1horsie
Reviewed 17 August 2011

The Apron Museum has historic aprons on display from the Civil War and kitschy ones from the 50s. There's a culture about aprons - the ones you wore for work and the ones you changed into to look pretty but represent the work that as...More

5  Thank gc05282014f
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