A premier shopping experience, The Salisbury Emporium, opened in 1993, is a collection of more than eighty-five shops and galleries located in the historic Overman-Frick Building adjacent to the restored Salisbury Train Station. Since before World War I the Frick Company supplied sawmills, steam engines, threshers, tractors, and heavy farm equipment to Rowan County and surrounding rural areas from this building. The 15,000 square foot, 100 year old brick warehouse has been renovated and developed as retail space. Now The Salisbury Emporium supplies antiques, home accessories, furniture, fine art, gifts, railroad items, military relics, books, pottery and much more from the same building. Shop with the distinctive flair that only The Salisbury Emporium can provide. Once you visit, you'll want to return again and again because there is always something new to find!
Originally developed and opened in 1993, The Salisbury Emporium was one of the first multi-vendor mall-type retail locations. Mickey and Betty Black purchased the business in 2001. After Mr. Black's 31 years in the textile industry and Mrs. Black's years in banking and education, the couple made a life altering decision to enter the retail trade viagra online. The Blacks and their staff are dedicated to making your shopping experience as pleasant as possible. Customers are important and your business is always appreciated. As a perfect alternative to the big box stores, you will be returned to the "good old days."
We have just launched this new website for the Salisbury Emporium. Please bear with us as we update and add the descriptions and images for every shop listed herein. You will see that a visit to the Salisbury Emporium is a unique shopping experience...one that you will truly enjoy!