1527 University Ave, Charlottesville, Virginia
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Mincer’s has been a part of UVA culture since it opened in 1948 as a smoke shop. They then started to sell stationary for UVA students to write back home and eventually moved to the UVA merchandise they sell today.
2. Timberlakes Drug Store
322 E Main St, Charlottesville, Virginia
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Many people compare the old fashioned charm of Timberlakes Drug Store to stepping back in time. Everything from the pharmacy in the front and the soda fountain in the back reminds you of when it first opened in 1917.
3. Martin Hardware
941 Preston Ave, Charlottesville, Virginia
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Martin Hardware is over a century old. It started in 1893 and has been the go to place for hardware and grill supplies ever since.
4. The Jefferson Theater
110 E Main St, Charlottesville, Virginia
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The Jefferson Theater opened in 1912. We all know it’s old, but did you know that Harry Houdini and The Three Stooges played there?
218 Third St NE, Charlottesville, Virginia 22902
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Hanckel-Citizens has been providing CVillians with auto, home and packaged insurance for 130 years.
6. Virginia Linen Service
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Virginia Linen Service started as a family owned business in 1934. They now provide linens to hotels and restaurants all over the state and even a few in Maryland.
7. Riverview Cemetery
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