Your first stop – Burton, a hidden treasure all its own. How about a visit to JC’s Restaurant – where you will find good home cooking with an array of breakfast choices made to your specification. And as always amazing homemade pies. Now that you are feeling nice and full, how about a leisurely stroll to Neetlights – Not necessarily an antique store but they have a bunch of really neat army surplus items. If your taste runs more to the eclectic then Coffee Corners Antiques & Coffee House – is a MUST stop. A place to buy antique and vintage furnishings to make your home unique and fun. Plus grab a cup of coffee.
Make your way over to The Burton Log Cabin – a working sugar house producing maple candy year round. The cabin is open 7 days a week. Thinking something a bit more historical? Come on into The Century Village Museum – an authentic representation of a Western Reserve Village from 1798 to the turn of the 19th Century. Tours are available on Sat and Sun only. The grounds are open to walk through Mon-Fri.
And last but not least – Take route 700 south thru Burton square 5 miles to Route 442 at the light turn left on route 422 . Aunties Antique Mall is about 3 miles down on your right – over 140 booths in 15,000 square feet, all beautifully displayed, there’s something for everyone, antique furniture, coins, glassware, kitchenware, books, toys and much more! Open 7 days a week.
How about lunch and some more fantastic finds…Check out part 2 of this itinerary