Rainy Day Revival – Atlanta, Georgia - Atlas Obscura

Rainy Day Revival

An oddity shop filled with taxidermy, funerary memorabilia, and more. 

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Rejoice! Atlanta’s funkiest neighborhood now has its own oddball emporium, courtesy of the fine folks at Rainy Day Revival. Founded in 2019 by Jeremy and Kim Gibbs, this oddity shop celebrates the weird and eclectic facets of our daily reality. Curiosity seekers will find an extensive array of taxidermies, animal remains, funerary memorabilia, wet specimens, and other marvelously morbid treasures. In addition to their main shop, they also rent out their collection as film props from their original Chamblee location.

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The shop is open Wednesday & Thursday from 12-7 p.m., and Friday through Sunday from 12-8 p.m. They are closed on Monday and Tuesday. We also recommend visiting their website in advance, as the shop's collection may not be for everyone.

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