The Planters Exchange, Havana

The Planter's Exchange, Inc. is a historic site in Havana, Florida. It is located at 204 2nd Street, Northwest, and was originally a tobacco warehouse. On September 17, 1999, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
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  • The Planters Exchange has over 30 vendor shops, with a wide variety of antique furniture and collectibles - quality items. A very popular and great place to shop, time well spent to find treasurers yo...  more »
  • The almost complete history and culture of olde town yesteryear Hayvana lies within these hallowed walls. If you’re blessed enough to know or encounter the very kind lead proprietor he might just be k...  more »
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  • The owner and managers of this establishment treated us like family! We are so glad to be able work along side such wonderful people. I just hope we can keep ourselves from being tempted from spending more than we make with all the unique items they have to offer! Definitely a must stop n shop!
  • Excellent shop to shop in. It was very tastefully laid out and displayed. The prices were also reasonably priced. I will be going back to purchase the wrought iron rocking chairs. Loved them.

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