The Woman's Exchange
Gift Shop

Hand-crafted Items from Local Artisans & Consignors


Our gift shop opened its doors on Nov. 1, 1892 in one of industrialist Henry M. Flagler’s first hotels, The Alcazar. What sets it apart from other shops is its many hand-crafted items and works of art by talented consignors. Providing consignors with an outlet for their fine work is the mission that continues today as part of the Woman’s Exchange commitment to “Women helping Women.”
Shop Hours
Monday-Saturday
10:30am to 5:00pm

Sunday
12:30pm to 5:00pm
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Shop Info


The Gift Shop has a long history of serving the community from Miss Anna’s house, herself a charter member of the Woman’s Exchange and longtime treasurer.

The Woman’s Exchange is a member of the Federation of Woman’s Exchanges, a national organization of 20 shops in 12 states. When you shop at a Federation-member store, you not only help a consignor achieve economic stability, you enable an Exchange to remain a viable business outlet for the consignors and vendors in a local community. And you have a unique gift for someone – or yourself.

Featured are many hand-crafted items for the home, infants and children, fashion accessories, and unique works of art by talented consignors - women and men from within our community and around the country. These consignors are looking to supplement their income and/or establish their own niche market for their product.

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