809 Hwy 332 West
Clute, TX 77531
Phone: (979) 265-5252
Fax: (979) 265-8185
This shop owner has done custom frames for James Michener and Prince Charles so you know quality work is the final product. Pam Heidt's artwork is featured here. She has become famous for painting many Galveston architectural landmarks and seasonal events. You will also find antique pieces, collectibles and coin sets. Don't miss the Florials (antiqued flower & shamrock cameos) by Sally Barratt Studios.
Quakertown Quilts offers exactly what quilters need, including workshops and instructions to help beginners get started. There are patterns for special projects, notions, standing quilt racks, quilt ladders, instructional books and other related gift items. Check out the quilting kits by McCall and patterns by Sue Garman, Robyn Randolph and others.
Underground Surf Depot is a unique store offering collections of skateboards and accessories. they have brands like Ezera, Channel Island, Stewart Doyle and Rip Curl.
With over 120 stores that offer perfumes, pets, imports, jewelry, clothes, gifts, books and more, you will certainly be able to find just what you want. You can spend the day strolling and shopping and then grab a bite to eat at any of the food vendors or restaurants. Catching a new movie in the theater will see you through until evening. If you are a power-walker, this mall is also a safe place to get your exercise.
Serious cycling enthusiasts will find everything they need for the sport at Webster Bicycle, including high-quality road, mountain, BMX, freestyle, and leisure bikes from more than 30 of the world's leading bicycle manufacturers. Webster's also carries an extensive selection of cycling accessories, including apparel and safety equipment, to make your ride smooth and safe. Shopping here is not only convenient, it is easy on your budget; if you are making a major purchase, there are several payment programs available, including layaway.
Near the Houston city limits, this antique and flea market offers over a thousand tables every weekend. This popular spot normally sees approximately ten thousand visitors per weekend. You will find many beautiful treasures from keepsake collectibles to antique furniture. There are also new and used items, including some fixer-uppers with great possibilities. Plan a day-trip and search for your treasure. You won't be disappointed with your visit.
Step back in time when you visit La King's Confectionery. Memories are everywhere in this candy shop and soda fountain. Remember the cherry cokes, malts, shakes and ice-cream sundaes? You can enjoy those tastes again plus many more interesting flavors. This shop was created by the family of James King, who, in the 1920s, began learning the art of candy making which are still being used today. You can choose from peanut brittle, divinity, pecan pralines, hand dipped chocolate, fudges and salt water taffy.
If you want to look really cool and comfortable, the clothes at this shop will suit the purpose. Casual and beach clothes for all ages are what you will find here. Brand names include Billabong, Hurley, No Fear, Reef, Roxy and Tommy Bahama. Sunglasses by Oakley and Arnette are really hot items (great gifts too!). There's lots of unusual jewelry, watches by Quiksilver and Nixon and beach-inspired items. You will enjoy the casual atmosphere and the friendly staff.
Ever bring home seashells from the beach, only to end up throwing them away when you do not get around to making something creative? On your next visit to Galveston, stop by Fullen Harborside Jewelry and pick up some seashell souvenirs that will not require any work. Fans of sterling silver will love the selection of sea life that adorns earrings, necklaces and bracelets. The store also offers a wide selection of unusual items, including gold nautical gifts, black pearl jewelry and treasure coins. Jewelry repair is available and private viewings can be arranged at this 25-year-old establishment.
Natives and island visitors have been flocking religiously to this military surplus warehouse for nearly three decades. The draw? Colonel Bubbie's Strand Surplus Senter's fabulous selection of new and used casual wear, which includes cargo shorts, T-shirts and vacation footwear, all available for a fraction of what you would pay elsewhere. Teenagers will go wild over the great selection of steel-toed Swiss army boots and U.S. Navy bell-bottomed pants. The army medic's bag does double duty as a purse or book bag. For mom and dad, the new US Army khaki shorts are a steal.
The Strand Galveston or the historic downtown area of Galveston preserves the historical underpinnings of the city. The district center embraces diverse activities and attractions ranging from Victorian buildings to restaurants, nightclubs, wide varieties of shopping stores. The cosmopolitan strand or Avenue B as it is commonly referred to, is very popular for its seasonal Christmas festival, dickens on strand and the celebration of Mardi Gras. Today, it is renowned as a historic landmark that attracts tourists for its captivating attractions like museums and art-galleries. Certainly, it defines the entertainment pulse of the city.
Sugar Land Town Square welcomes a new boutique to its stable of shopping choices in the form of Charming Charlie. Joining the ranks of restaurants, bars, furniture and fashion boutiques, Charming Charlie’s inventory of bangles, baubles and beads is the first boutique to come along that offers a wide variety of fashion accessories to Sugar Land Town Square’s female shoppers of all ages. Helpful, knowledgeable staff, a bright and airy interior, and great discounts greet shoppers who will not have to look far for a plethora of bracelets, belts, and other bright, bargain-priced goods. Colorful, contemporary, and creative, Charming Charlie’s is a gem for women both old and young in Sugar Land. - Richard Hannah