About Nostalgia on 9:
Hours: Monday-Saturday 10-6, Sunday 12-4
Over dinner at a local restaurant two friends (their wives swear they were separated at birth) decided to quit talking about their passion for history & business and make an offer on an old school house. The old Shelby Township School, a 12,000 square foot building, was built in 1928 and officially opened in 1929. The history and stories that go along with the building were a perfect combination for the antiques and flea market atmosphere. A historic building on state road 9, hence the name was born
“Nostalgia on 9”!
The building sits on 3 acres of hoosier countryside, nestled between cornfields & country roads. Conveniently located between interstates 74 and 65, close to Shelbyville, and an easy drive from Greensburg, Franklin and Columbus, Nostalgia on 9 is easy to find.
A variety of vendors with different collecting passions and a mix of antiques, collectibles and flea market items, makes for an enjoyable and fruitful shopping experience. Stop in for a quick peek or stay the afternoon and visit!