5 shops to visit in Downtown Huntsville’s Clinton Row

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The halls of Clinton Row are inviting and full of neat shops. (Elizabeth Hobbs / Hville Blast)

Clinton Row is one of downtown Huntsville’s best kept secrets that more people need to know about. Keep scrolling to learn more about the unique shops you’ll find in Clinton Row and how to find it.

What is Clinton Row?

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Have you walked by this open garage door in downtown? This is one of the entrances to Clinton Row! (Elizabeth Hobbs / Hville Blast)

Tucked away in downtown, Clinton Row is an indoor alleyway of quaint, unique small businesses. This shopping row has been open since 2015 and houses shops ranging from vintage clothing collections to photography studios to salons to art studios to boutiques.

There are so many storefronts to explore in Clinton Row. It is reminiscent of Lowe Mill—you can window shop and chat with the shop owners for an immersive, unique shopping experience. There is a strong sense of community amongst the shops, too, giving the halls of Clinton Row a lovely community feel.

Whether you’re looking for unique gift ideas or a wardrobe refresh, Clinton Row is the first place you should look to find cool pieces that’ll make people ask, “Where’d you find that?”

5 shops you can’t miss:

These are some of the many shops worth stopping in when you visit.

1. AM Collective | Suite 103

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AM Collective is full of funk vintages clothes and decor. (Elizabeth Hobbs / Hville Blast)

I’ve followed AM Collective for a while since the last vintage market I attended in Huntsville. Opened by childhood friends Ashli and Michaela, AM Collective offers an eclectic, curated collection of vintage finds and handmade creations.

2. Maxwell’s Music | Suite 106

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Pick up some pre-loved, quality records at Maxwell’s Music. (Elizabeth Hobbs / Hville Blast)

Another reason Clinton Row reminds me of Lowe Mill: it has a record store. Maxwell’s Music is a stacked record shop full of treasure tucked away in Clinton Row.

I had a lovely time browsing this selection of quality, older records and chatting with owner Jared Maxwell. He has been curating his vinyl collection for 20 years and has been at Clinton Row since 2018. His top priorities are quality and condition (no record will have a scratch on it—impressive for a nothing-new record shop).

3. One Man’s Vintage | Suite 146

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Check out a variety of vintage clothes at One Man’s Vintage. (Elizabeth Hobbs / Hville Blast)

One Man’s Vintage has been on my radar for a while, and I was excited to finally see their storefront in person. The walls are decked out in vintage signage that give the store a fun, retro feel.

Be ready to get sorting when you walk in—there are tons of unique finds to flip through. One Man’s Vintage has all kinds of t-shirts, sweatshirts, pants, hats and more to look through.

Keep your eye out for their events, too. They hosted their first of many Downtown Vintage Markets last weekend which featured 30+ hand-selected vintage vendors.

4. Mojana Soaps | Suite 143

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Mojana Soaps sells homemade bath bombs, soaps, scrubs and more. (Elizabeth Hobbs / Hville Blast)

It’s hard to miss the bright colors and fragrance of Mojana Soaps. This adorable family-owned shop sells fun, colorful soaps that use natural ingredients and no synthetic fragrances, making it fun to use and good for your skin.

5. Creative State | Suite 119

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Creative State is full of all kinds of goodies. (Elizabeth Hobbs / Hville Blast)

Creative State offers a variety of handmade gifts, decor, jewelry and decor from local makers. I personally loved their jewelry selection and bought a new ring to take home.

Where to find Clinton Row

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Just near the Colorwalk, you’ll find the entrances to Clinton Row. (Elizabeth Hobbs / Hville Blast)

You’ve probably passed the Clinton Row Colorwalk when strolling downtown. Just past the corner is where you’ll find one of the entrances to Clinton Row. When you walk into the garage doors, you may feel lost at first, but just head toward the marked doorways. There is another doorway along the sidewalk marked with the shop names that you can enter to access the hallways of Clinton Row.

After you enter, you’ll find a long hallway where the shops of Clinton Row reside. Keep walking around to explore all the shops, and don’t be afraid to stop and ask for directions if you get lost.

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Elizabeth Hobbs
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