P.O. Box 1766 ~ Georgetown, TX 78627
Office Hours 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
Monday - Friday
Call us: 512-868-8675
or stop by
116 W. 8th St, Ste.207
Georgetown, TX 78626
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Boutiques, Jewelry & Shopping
Camille & Company located in the David Love Building, 1883.  David Love was a pioneer settler and was among those who signed the 1848 petition to for Williamson County.  1883 this prosperous merchant constructed to house a dry good business.  Restored in 1983, the David Love Building features a second floor apartment and office located above.
Camille & Company
Theresa Garcia
706 S. Austin Ave.
(512) 591-7835
Diva Chicks Boutique

Lisa King
109 E. 7th St.
(512) 869-1199
Diva Chicks Boutique located in the Glasscock block, circa 1907 this block was completed  shortly after the turn of the 20th century.  A fire destroyed four of the original seven spaces 
809 South Main Street, circa 1925.   It was rehabilitated into a professional space in 1982. June 2018 became Divine Treasures, clothing, jewelry, home decor and gifts.
Gingersnaps Kids
Kim McCormick
109 W. 7th St Ste 115
(512) 716-0800
Gold Building, circa 1912. Around  1939 the building hosted Gold's Department Store, which was updated in 1968 to a more modern facade.  The 2007 renovation changed the modern 1960's style to resemble the original storefronts from 1912
The Georgetown Exchange
Amanda Hanes
109 W. 7th St. Ste 115
(512) 864-9822

​Threads Urban Collective Boutique
Carol Drolette
415 W. 10th ST. 
Georgetown, TX 78626
(512) 819-6850
809 South Main Street, circa 1925 constructed after the Victorian boom period. It was rehabilitated into a professional space in 1982.
Threads Urban Collective Boutique is a hop, skip and a jump from the square.  Located in the Georgetown Historic Shopping District.  A beautiful urban collective boutique.
The Escape Fine Crafts & Gifts
Loela Barry
713 S. Main St.
Georgetown, TX 78626
Evans Building, 1902 Hand-hewn limestone was used in the Romanesque Revival style which was popular in the early 1900's in Texas. 
Divine Treasures
Hours 10-6 Monday - Saturday
Hours 12-5 Sunday
Ruth Norrell
809 S. Main St.
(512) 688-5184

Brazos Market
Hannah Mercer
820 S Austin Ave.
(949) 482-3694