Welcome to The Garden City Historical Society Museum Gift Shop.
Whether you’re looking for a special gift for a friend or a whimsical reminder of the Victorian age, you can probably find that unique token right in The Garden City Historical Society’s Museum Gift Shop.
Take a moment to browse our inventory online. From our most popular “Garden City Landmarks” afghan (in burgundy, blue or green) to note cards featuring artwork of Garden City structures drawn by winners of our annual Children’s Juried Art Contest, it’s easy to place your order:
Delivery in Garden City is free. For delivery outside Garden City, the mailing cost will be added to your order. All orders can be paid by cash or check payable to The Garden City Historical Society. Purchases can be paid by credit card at the A.T. Stewart Exchange, located on the lower level of the Society’s Museum, 109 Eleventh Street, Garden City.
$50 - features 7 historic buildings. 100% cotton. Williamsburg Blue, Cranberry Red and Hunter Green.
$25 - St. Pauls School ceramic ornament.
$10 - 1869-1919, by former Village Historian Mildred Smith.
$25 - Old Garden City hotel ceramic ornament.
$10 - Victorian paperback book, Victorian Parlors and Tea Parties, the significance of the Victorian Tea Party.
$15 - The Garden City Historical Society Museum
$10 - Victorian paperback book. Grace in Skirt and Sleeve. Features fashion influences, shopping, and basic Victorian ladies clothing (1894-1901).
$15 - Note cards featuring children's artwork from our Juried Children's Art Contests. "Landmarks in Garden City". 14 notecards plus envelops.
$5 - Doors Poster featuring images from the Society's Juried Children's Art Contest, "Doors of Garden City".
from $100 - Placed in the walkway around the Historical Society Museum. 4"x 8" brick, 20 characters per line, 2 lines. Larger sizes available.
$24.95 (hardcover) $16.95 (paperback) - By J. North Conway. A riveting account of the mystery surrounding the theft and ultimate quest for A.T. Stewart's remains.
$5 - Scratch Pads featuring images from the Juried Children's Art Contest, "Architecture in Garden City".
All proceeds benefit The Garden City Historical Society's mission of historic awareness and preservation, and the operations and maintenance of its Museum.