The ultimate two-day shopping excursion awaits at Preservation Station for the Spring Market. Gather your friends and enjoy 40,000 square ft. of fun! Here are details about the market, the vendor list, and how to set up a booth.

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Who doesn't love a fun day out with family and friends? A day of shopping makes it even better. Having a ton of options under one roof? Sign me up!

Luckily, Preservation Station is hooking us up.


Where everything old is new again!

The Spring Market is coming offering the best in food, fashion, home goods, jewelry, and art. You will find various items on Saturday, March 23rd, and Sunday, March 24th, 2024. You can enjoy live music each day while you shop.

Hands down, this is one of Owensboro's BEST shopping events of the year! Thousands of shoppers will be bustling with excitement.

"There will be over 100 vendors selling antiques, vintage, primitive, industrial, rustic, shabby chic, handcrafted, customized, and boutique items!", owner Jennifer Higdon shared

Preservation Station is open daily to shop on Thursday through Sunday from 10 am until 5 pm.

Preservation Station
Preservation Station


A Day in Time
Aja Leena's LLC
Aligned Beauty
Art from The Heart
A Stone's Throw
B Kind Hat Design
Beautifully Crafted KY
Bluegrass Burlap Company
Boho Soho Garden
Cambell Clay Company
Cathy's Closet
Crafty Rascal
Color Street
Designs by Jessica
DD's Treasures
Devine Designs by the Gs
Desperado Leather Goods
Dog Bowls & More
E M Designs
Farm Girl LLC
Farm to Market
Farmhouse New Furniture
Green Onion Emporium
Happy Mutts Sweet Treats
Hard Knot Designs
JC's Sidedoor
Little Britches Embroidery
Kathie's Home Goods
Kentucky Outback Woodworking
Lucy West Boutique
Magically Inclined
Maple Seed Studios
Marsh Hen
Musical Illuminations
Oak & Olive Boutique
Paradise Found
Pickin' & Paintin'
Preservation Station Antiques
Preservation Station Kids
PS Etc.
PS Men's / Jeep
Purple Peony Boutique
Rabbit Ridge Mercantile
Renaissance Gypsy
Rosie Mill Boutique
Rustic Roots
Seasons Under Heaven
Saw Scrap Creations
Stay Golden Permanent Jewelry
Sugar Drop
Sweet Grace
The Tiny Closet
The Weathered Shanty
The Yellow Door
Two Brothers Treasures
Vincent and Rose Candles
Vintage Kitchen Décor
Vintage Soul
Whimsical Creations KY
Whiskey Bravo Barrels
Yesterday & Today

More will be added! There's still time to sign up for a booth.


Do you have something amazing that you'd like to sell at Preservation Station's Spring Market? There's still time to make that happen.

To get the process started, you'll need to fill out a vendor application HERE. Once approved, vendors can mail in the dealer agreement with payment.

An 8x8 space is $75 and a 10x10 space is $100 for the event.

Interested vendors can call Jennifer at 270-993-7532.

Preservation Station Restaurant
Preservation Station Restaurant


Did you know Preservation Station has a restaurant? They do, and they serve delicious food! Restaurant hours are Thursday through Saturday (Lunch) 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., and Sunday (Buffet) 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Serving everything from Fried Green Tomatoes to Burgers, Bean Soup and Cornbread, there's something for everyone on the menu. Not only are they well known for their Sunday Buffet, but during Lent, they offer all-you-can-eat catfish. Enjoy all-you-can-eat catfish, crinkle-cut fries, great northern beans, and slaw each Friday from 4 pm until 8 pm now through March 22nd, 2024.

Preservation Station Burger for Burger Week
Preservation Station Burger for Burger Week

They're also participating in Owensboro Burger Week from March 1st through March 9th, 2024. Stop by and enjoy their savory "Sassy Southern Bourbon Burger".

Brioche bun, burger, homemade pimento cheese, homemade bourbon bacon jam, and a fried Green tomato.

Dave Spencer took his bucket list to Preservation Station and chowed down.


9661 Highway 56 Owensboro, KY 42301

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