Hermann is filled with many one-of-a-kind treasures, both old and new. More than thirty shops greet visitors. Click on a business name for more details. In addition to these listings, shops are part of many of the museums, wineries, distilleries, and microbreweries in the Hermann area.
112 East First Street
The shaded garden behind Alice Calhoun’s historic (1868 and 1890) home and art studio also reveals pieces from Calhoun’s line of copper art. Dancing faeries, mermaids, and magical animals, sold at prestigious antique, garden, and art shows throughout the year, are available at her Hermann studio by appointment.
117 East Second Street
Home of Ye Olde Fire Company, specializing in firefighter memorabilia, including antique helmets, nozzles, badges, and more. Free viewing of the owner’s fire memorabilia collection.
205 East First Street
Large multi-dealer antique shop, offering furniture, glassware, primitives, old toys, crocks, and some local artist items.
117 East Fourth Street
ARB Signs creates customized items, such as t-shirts for visitors, as well as promotional merchandise.
307 Schiller Street
Gift shop offering unusual gift and decor selections, with a European flair and a great selection of teas, jellies, and salsas. German steins fit right in with the culture in Hermann, and various international gifts include Russian nesting dolls, German weather stations, and Lithuanian candle houses.
201 Schiller Street
Toy Shop and Doll Gallery. The toy shop includes toys from Germany including a large selection of Playmobil action figures and imaginative play toys, Käthe Kruse dolls, doll clothes and toys for infants and up, Ravensburger jigsaw puzzles, and Hermann Collectible Bears made in Coburg, Germany. The shop also includes American Girl and Barbie outfits and accessories, and paper dolls and activity books. The gallery includes collectible Barbies, original 1960 vintage Barbies and their fashions, German bisque, Effanbee costume dolls, Peggy Nesbit character dolls, other dolls of interest from Blondie’s collection, and dollhouses built by Blondie Haeberle and her daughter. (The Doll gallery is temporarily closed due to COVID).
303 Schiller Street
Bookstore with new, used and collectible books, religious art, and Jack Wendleton photographs.
100 Schiller Street
Specializing in unique blends of quality, freshly ground beans that are custom roasted and available in a variety of flavors. Specialty beverages, baked goodies, and coffee beans. Non-electronic games & toys for kids and adults are available to play on-site and to purchase, as well as many coffee-themed gifts.
209 Schiller Street
The shop is filled with items of unusual nature, selected with a sign-maker’s eye for graphic design, including vintage advertising signs, bottles, and tins. Includes a large selection of letters for decor, as well as initial jewelry, candles, and Hermann magnets. Made-to-order items, including labels, posters, signs, and wall quotes, are available.
234 East First Street
Meat and sausage shop features more than 47 varieties of award-winning bratwurst and German specialty products such as Braunschweiger, headcheese, blood sausage, and German Bologna, as well as many flavors of hickory-smoked bacon. Gourmet foods include Amish-style jams and jellies, Missouri-made sauces, and treats. Beverages include house-made Wurst Haus beers and Wurst craft sodas. Many free samples.
220 East First Street
Antique finds and attic treasures from the heart of the Midwest. More than twenty-five vendors under one roof.
301 Schiller Street
Featuring premium cigars, fine pipe tobaccos, pipes, humidors, and lighters in a club-like atmosphere. Day passes available to a members-only smoking lounge that offers fine liquors.
314 Market Street
$5 jewelry, floral wreaths, signs, home decor, candy sundaes, floral arrangements. Trendy tees, sweatshirts & tanks from toddler to adult sizes.
413 Market Street
A family-owned store featuring Missouri artists and quality crafters. A place to find gifts, decor, and clothing, including handcrafted, custom designs, as well as furniture, jewelry, spices, signs, baskets, pillows, soaps, flower arrangements, Myra bags, and holiday décor.
119 Bavarian Hills Plaza, Suite D
Quilting Bee Fabrics offers a nice variety of cotton quilting fabrics, pre-cuts, and quilt backings, along with quilting patterns and notions. Shoppers can also look for fun classes for beginners to quilting superstars – and for everyone in between. Curbside and in-store pickup are available for online orders.
202 East First Street
Local scenic photography, custom framing, and postcards, along with handmade models of Christmas houses and local historic buildings. Art & craft supplies, small gift items, scenic and historic photographs, and custom picture framing.
523 West Ninth Street
A picker’s delight of country antiques such as tools and garden items, in an actual Red Barn.
312 Market Street
More than 200 kinds of candies are made on-site, including chocolates, clusters, turtles, candy canes, and covered pretzels.
124 East Fourth Street
Shoe repair, custom leatherwork, leather repair, shoe products, motorcycle and tool bags, including American-made Filson products, and Thorogood boots.
226 East First Street
Gifts, including wall décor, greeting cards, purses, baby items, clothing, men’s items, and jewelry.
214 East First Street
Gourmet coffee shop with a selection of gifts, t-shirts, mugs, and Missouri-made products. Breakfast is served all day, and lunch is served daily.
132 East Fourth Street
Strassner Furniture carries furniture, home entertainment, and home accents, such as clocks, lamps, pillows, and rugs. Amish on Fourth sells Amish furniture, made in America with solid domestic hardwoods. Furniture is customizable and can be crafted in a choice of wood species, including oak, cherry, maple, and elm.
407 Market Street
Sugar Momma’s features homemade pies, by the slice or to go, frozen pies, and sometimes fried pies. Local favorites are coconut cream, cheesecake pecan, and bacon apple. The shop is filled with a large assortment of bulk candies, Amish and German candies, retro candies, Ted Drewes frozen custard, and Giofre Apiaries honey ice cream. The shop offers German and Hermann souvenirs and lots of gift merchandise.
2056 South Highway 19
A unique shopping experience with free samples of award-winning smoked meats and sausages. More than 80 varieties of bratwurst, plus house-made bacon, summer sausages, and other meats.
217 East First Street
Full-service florist, featuring botanicals, home décor and gifts, Inis beauty products, and ladies’ clothing. Floral delivery to Hermann and nearby area.
409 Market Street
A fine arts gallery hosting multiple artists with a wide range of media and talents. The studio hosts scheduled and impromptu art and creative activities and is also available for open studio time.
106 Schiller Street
Women’s and children’s clothing store featuring the latest fashion trends, along with accessories, greeting cards, and home décor.
207 Schiller Street
Hand-crafted items such as jewelry, baskets, and quilts. Shoppers can find things Grandma had or made such as Afghans, shawls, China, teas, jams, jellies, and teapots. Original art by local artist, Karen Steiner, such as oils, watercolors,acrylics, pastels, and colored pencil.
230 East First Street
Gifts, home décor, linens, lace, soaps, and locally-made items. Women’s clothing and jewelry.
138 East Fourth Street
Shop specializes in unique garden items, displayed indoors and in the outdoor courtyard. Nature-inspired home décor and original artwork.
114 East Fourth Street
International wines, desserts, gourmet coffees, and teas, plus artwork for sale by local artists.