The beautiful store, Things Celtic, has been serving the Celtic community of Austin, Texas since 1997. Things Celtic features some of the finest Celtic products from Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall and Celtic artists here in America. Take a journey into the legacy of this Ancient Celtic Culture through original artwork, music, books and traditional crafts. Don't forget to check out our collection of extraordinary Gold and Silver jewelry.
Shopping at Things Celtic Austin, TXAt Things Celtic you can take part in a small corner of the Celtic World while shopping for one of a kind gift items. Explore the wide selection of books and music to experience the depth of this cultural heritage. Looking for an Scottish made kilt, sporran, kilt shirt or dirk? Maybe it's gold wedding rings or Welsh love spoons. Well, you are sure to find it at Things Celtic. From Scottish made kilts to Irish Claddagh rings, Things Celtic in Austin brings the Celtic lands to Texas. Things Celtic is now featuring American made Utilikilts, these modern kilts are made in comfortable, lightweight cotton material and feature functional pockets.
Experience Things CelticThe Things Celtic experience is warm and friendly service, with a dedication on helping to find exactly what you need. After venturing through this charming shop, you may relax in the garden just out back. This quaint little garden features a built in stage and small fish pond. Have a seat at the picnic table to admire all the enchanting garden art, or enjoy a special event! Stop by on Sundays when the Gaelic League meets for classes in the garden.
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