Amelia Island Shopping

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  • Beadlemania: Great Accessories Shop

    by therodge Written Jul 20, 2011

    Beadlemania is a great little shop on 8th street near downtown Fernandina. The owner is a lovely lady who is very knowledgeable about trends, jewelry, and accessories. Beadlemania is not only an accessories and gift store, it is also a destination for learning about the art of beading. You can learn all about stones and beads. You can even take a beading class and make a souvenir while you are there. Beadlemania also can do your jewelry repairs. It was a great visit. I would recommend this shop to all of my friends and I will return the next time I visit Amelia Island.

    What to buy: Accessories, jewelry.

    What to pay: $20 to make a bracelet.

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    The Spa & Shops at Amelia Island Plantation: Hotel Shops

    by grandmaR Written Feb 25, 2004

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    This is a whole bunch of shops in the resort. It includes Cooper's Homemade Ice Cream & Desserts (904-432-2214), Jackson Pierce Fine Jewelry and Gifts (904-321-2001), North Beach Gallery (art, and framing), Amelia's Signature Shop, Harrison's Mercantile (fashion and accessories), Private Gallery (fashion jewelry, sandals, purses, hats and accessories), The Yuletide Attic (904-432-2211), Resort to Home (home furnishings and accessories), Chico's (women's apparel), The Sugar Plum (ladies boutique), The Craft Cupboard (904-261-7011), Monkey Barrel (children's clothing and toys), The Nature Center (sharks teeth, waterproof cameras and educational toys), and Tidewater Outfitters (travel and adventure clothing)

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    • Spa and Resort
    • Beaches

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    Cody's Fine Menswear: Men's Wear

    by grandmaR Updated Feb 24, 2004

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    I took this picture because my grandson's nickname is Cody.

    What to buy: In addition to the shops along Center Street, there's a couple of shopping centers outside of town, and including Eight Flags Antiques Market and Warehouse (2 locations), Amelia Plaza, Island Walk, Sadler Square and Palmetto Walk Shopping Village.

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    • Business Travel
    • Road Trip
    • School Holidays

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