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The Barn Shoppes, Eureka Springs

4.5
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Antique Store · Hidden Gem · Shopping
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  • It is ok as a flea market. Not much in the way of antiques. They had some kind of incense going at the front door that sort of takes your breath away when you walk in. 
    It is ok as a flea market. Not much in the way of antiques. They had some kind of incense going at the front door that sort of takes your breath away when you walk in.  more »
  • We had so much fun here. We spotted it on the way home from Eureka Springs and stopped in to check it out. We ended up spending about two hours. They have a huge variety of antique items of all... 
    We had so much fun here. We spotted it on the way home from Eureka Springs and stopped in to check it out. We ended up spending about two hours. They have a huge variety of antique items of all...  more »
Google
  • Good place to look around. Prices are hit or miss--somethings are great and some are super expensive. Loved seeing the uranium glass! They jelly and jams looked great but nothing was priced so we didn't get to buy. A bunch of the items are repetitive and not really old, just made to look so, but those items have decent prices that would make nice gifts on a budget!
  • The employees at the counter were pleasant and helpful. The remainder of this review is addressing a number of items for sale in the very back room - specifically, about half a dozen framed illustrations that are racist caricatures of black men, women, and children from around the Jim Crow Era. I hesitate to include photos of these, but I believe that not explicitly calling out these derogagory images would allow them to remain comfortably anonymous. I encourage the business to, at the very least, provide a disclaimer alongside the images for context. Something similar to what Disney does with older movies would be a good start: "This program includes negative depictions and/or mistreatment of people or cultures. These stereotypes were wrong then and are wrong now. Rather than remove this content, we want to acknowledge its harmful impact, learn from it and spark conversation to create a more inclusive future together."

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