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Marshall, Michigan, USA - October 9, 2020: Brooks Fountain in downtown Marshall. Unveiled in 1930, it is a Greek Revival style that is a replica of Marie Antoinette's Temple of Love in Versailles.

Make Marshall, Michigan a Shopping Stop

Located in Calhoun County, Marshall, Michigan, is a town that effortlessly combines historic charm with a vibrant local shopping scene. With its well-preserved 19th century architecture and a community committed to supporting local businesses, Marshall offers a unique and enriching shopping experience. 

Urban Reflections
125A Michigan Ave.
Curated modern/vintage Boutique with carefully selected items that reflect the eclectic urban styles. Complete with a historic vault at the back of the sales floor, Urban Reflections features clothing and other must-have items that will complete anyone’s home or closet! 

Eastend Studio & Gallery
143 W Michigan Ave.
The Eastend Studio & Gallery offers an ongoing series of fine art exhibitions in the Larson Exhibition Room, visual arts education, an impressive venue space for your events, and an ever-changing collection of work by local and regional artists.

The Mole Hole
150 W Michigan Ave.
– A Michigan Retailers Association Member!
Explore the charming offerings of The Mole Hole, a delightful store specializing in gifts and collectibles. From whimsical figurines and home decor to personalized items, this local favorite caters to a wide range of tastes. The Mole Hole is a treasure trove of unique finds, making it the perfect place to discover distinctive gifts or add a touch of charm to your home.

Serendipity and the Brew
108 West Michigan Ave.
Serendipity is a staple of Marshall and a way to make your small town shopping experience truly memorable. With their abundance of unique items and coffee bar, everyone can find something to enjoy. Whether shopping for a gift, decorating your home, or grabbing a latte, you can find anything you need!

115 S Eagle St.
For more than a century, the Schuler family has been welcoming guests to their restaurant in Marshall, Michigan. Those guests have come to expect “something special,” and, as a New York Times article once pointed out, eating at Schuler’s has become a multi-generational affair, with long-time customers, their children, and grandchildren making return visits…and going away happy.

Located between Jackson and Battle Creek along the I-94 corridor, Marshall is a little community with a big heart – and a great place to stop while traveling to or from Chicago or Detroit!

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