308 North Main Street, Farmville, VA 23901
Mon', Thurs', Fri', Saturday 10:30 am - 6:00 pm
Closed Tuesday and Sunday
Welcome to Historic Farmville and to one of the oldest buildings in town. Poplar Hall is located on Main Street in the center of where final dramatic events of the Civil War played out.
Poplar Hall is reputed to be the oldest commercial building
in Farmville and the front of the building still bears the site
of the impact of two cannon ball hits fired from across the
nearby Appomattox River at the end of the Civil War.
The building is now home to an Antique Center with three levels of fine furnishings, over nine thousand square feet. The store features European and American antiques and reproduction furniture, chandeliers, paintings, mirrors, oriental rugs, pottery, lamps and many more unique and hard to find pieces that you may find desirable for your home.
Farmville is an ideal location for a weekend or day visit to do some sightseeing, shopping and is located approximately an hours drive from Richmond, Lynchburg & Charlottesville. Farmville has long been the shopping and sightseeing destination of discerning home furnishing shoppers and history buffs.
Poplar Hall is an antique shop for the bargain hunter, connoisseur and beginning collector of fine furnishings and collectables. The center has over nine thousand square feet on 3 floors.
We have a large selection of European, American, Asian antiques, reproduction pieces furniture, paintings,
chandeliers, Persian rugs, crystal, fine porcelain, pottery,
lamps, primitives, shabby chic, tools, toys and unique
We are regularly adding new inventory so please visit us often.
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We strive to offer the traditional antiques you expect and unique one of a kind pieces may never see again.
Check back often because you never know if you might find a future family heirloom in our store!
Have something to sell?
We buy individual items and whole estates.
Farmville is steeped in rich history spanning from the Civil War to the civil rights in education movement, plan a weekend of sightseeing and shopping in this most historic community. Farmville was listed as one of the 10 most charming small towns in Virginia. The Town supports a thriving downtown and five shopping centers. Farmville’s total retail sales exceeds ½ billion dollars annually. As the hub of economic activity in the region, Farmville maintains its identity as a diverse academic village, a center for culture, and a family-friendly town. Visit the Robert Russa Moton Museum, the nearby Sailor's Creek Battlefield, High Bridge Trail State Park and shop in the numerous Green Front Furniture buildings, adjacent to The Shoppes at Poplar Hall, visit Hampden-Sydney College, founded in 1775, it is the oldest private school in the Southern U.S., or stop by Longwood University's Visual Arts Center.
Katy's Fine Lines Gifts & Home Decor is filled with personally selected gifts, antiques, and home décor for every budget, new items weekly.
Mary Frances Peca is a very talented local who owns Under the Hill Studio. Mary Frances also paints very realistic pet portraits.
Kathryn is a Primitive Folk Artist who specializes in painted furniture, household accessories as well as Holiday Decorations.
Morgan and Tim Grimm have recently set up shop within Poplar Hall
Antiques. Their rustic collectables are a favorite here!
Poplar Hall Antique Center has a Vendor Space Available. Only quality consignment!!! Just call 434-392-5529 or come by for more information, 308 North Main Street.
Vendor's have set-up-shop within Poplar Hall Antiques on the 'Lower' floor, creating an 'Antique Market' atmosphere.