- About Wimberley
- Stay Awhile!
- Shop Til You Drop
- Theatre and Art
- Things to Do
- Family Fun
- Adults & Couples
There are many reasons people love Wimberley – the scenic views, nature and wildlife, swimming holes, local wineries and just to experience life in a small hill country town.
But, for many, the best reason for a visit to Wimberley is for the amazing shopping – at the monthly Market Days or on the little strip of Ranch Road 12 that runs through the center of town and forms what we locals call “Downtown.”, or throughout Wimberley in the many resale shops, galleries, and gift shops.
This shopper’s paradise has something for everyone – trendy boutiques, jewelry, vintage furniture and decor, handmade gifts, specialty craft shops, beautiful art galleries, resale “junk” shops. It’s a treasure trove of unique, high quality goods.
If you enjoy the fiber arts such as weaving, knitting or crocheting, stop into Ply! They carry a large selection of natural fibers (angora, mohair, wool and locks from long haired sheep, cotton, linen, silk and bamboo, and blends of those fibers). They also sell beautiful, handmade merchandise made by local fiber artists.
Call: (512) 406-1719
Hours: 10a – 5pm every day except
Thursday – 12pm – 8pm, Sunday 12pm – 5pm
Not only for scapbookers and paper crafters, Sassy Scrappers mixes fun gifts, decor and pet items with unique scrap-booking supplies, papers, inks and stamps, and pens. The owner hand picks her supplies based on the newest trends and finds the most unique selection that you will not find in craft stores or even other scrap-booking stores. The owner is very helpful – even providing a couch and big screen TV for antsy kids…or dads!
Hours: Open 10am-6pm daily (except Sunday)
The Santa Fe Connection is almost like walking into a museum! Browse their elegant collection inspired by the owner’s travels around the globe. You will find Native American pottery, Mexican art and furniture, and African jewelry; along with small keepsakes. Be sure to look at their collection of beautiful, sculpted glass. Jewelry is also made here onsite.
On A Branch is a boutique that sells women’s clothing, jewelry, and accessories. They also carry “The Natural Life” collection of boho style clothing and accessories. Here you can also design your own custom hat, sweatshirt, or t shirt to make your own keepsake or Wimberley souvenir. If you’re short on time, choose from one of their recently designed pieces!
Queen Bee has a large selection of really cute merchandise such as scarves and jewelry, lotions and soaps, and candles. They also carry local flavors that make great gifts such as sauces, mustards, salsas, and jams from all over Hill Country. Check out their antiques and elegant decorative items, and browse their fun signs for home in addition to their children’s gift collection.
Hours: Open 10am-5pm Sunday – Thursday
Friday – Saturday 10am-6pm
At The River House, you’ll find a diverse collection of women’s jewelry, designer Baggallini handbags (they are wonderful for traveling), fun comfy shoes for on the go, scented lotions and bath salts. They also carry decorative gifts for human and four legged friends. Check out their coffee table books and decorative pieces for home.
Hours: Open 10am-6pm Daily
Yarn and supplies for weaving, knitting or crocheting, plus hand made gifts from locals.
Not only for scapbookers and paper crafters, Sassy Scrappers mixes fun gifts, decor and pet items with unique scrap-booking supplies, papers, inks and stamps, and pens.
A fun boutique full of fashionable clothes, unique gifts and create your own hats and t-shirt. Cute shop run by mom and daughters.
Queen Bee is a gift shop with a bit of everything – scarves, stationary, jams, jellies and mustards, unique signs and vintage gifts.
The River House has a unique variety of gifts from handbags to jewelry, coffee table book, beautiful stationary and dishes.
The Santa Fe Connection is almost like walking into a museum! Browse their elegant collection inspired by the owner’s travels around the globe. You will find Native American pottery, Mexican art and furniture, and African jewelry.