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Dishes, serveware & gadgets. Nora Fleming ceramics.

Women's Fashion

Stylish apparel, scarves, hats, jewelry, handbags & shoes.

Home Decor

Everything from linens to lighting to wall decor.

Gourmet Foods

Easy & delicious is our motto. Foods, candies, wine, and tea.

Fair Trade

Gorgeous artisan products from developing nations.

36 Rooms of Treasures

Fair Trade

Providing a sustainable market for handcrafted products made by artisans around the world.

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Upcoming Events

Easter Basket Bonanza

March 1 - March 31

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Mamie Doud Eisenhower Hostess in Chief

March 20 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

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History of The Little Traveler

March 21 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

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Knife Sharpening

March 24 @ 10:00 am - 4:30 pm

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What We Are Excited About

The Atrium Cafe The Atrium Cafe is located within the Little Traveler in the peaceful setting of an indoor atrium

The menu ranges from traditional tea sandwiches to innovative new wraps, salads, and desserts. Check with your server about specials, including quiches and soups that change daily.  Any sandwich can now be made gluten-free.

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Locally owned and operated, The Little Traveler is a Geneva Landmark.

a simple idea that evolved into a one-of-a-kind experience

Downtown Geneva is still known as one of the most unique shopping districts in the Midwest, maintaining a tradition of hospitality, charm, and character. This area is now one of the prettiest streets in Geneva.

The Little Traveler has remained the cornerstone of this tradition. The shop has grown considerably since the original Italianate Victorian residence (which now serves as the center section of the shop) to thirty-six rooms of treasures. You’ll be greeted by a caring staff and amazed by the never-ending array of items brought back by our modern day little travelers.

The Little Traveler deserves all the kudos it can get. Aside from your little treasures, what I like about The Little Traveler is its friendly “helpers”; your personnel are always gracious and very friendly, so kudos to your Human Resource department. - Elise

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5 Fun Facts about The Little Traveler’s History

Earlier this month, Little Traveler employees gathered at The Geneva History Museum, just north of The Little Traveler at 113 S. Third Street, to learn more about the history of our store.Terry Emma, executive director of the museum, presented The...

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