Best Antique Stores in Each State

Uncover timeless treasures from coast to coast in our state-by-state antique store roundup.

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Updated June 19, 2024
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As more Americans choose to live more sustainable lifestyles and cut back on new purchases, antiquing is having a moment. The country is filled with excellent antique and vintage shops. 

Antique stores allow you to stop wasting money on flat-pack furniture and fast fashion and take a stroll through your local shop for quirky, unique, or collectible pieces to round out your home or wardrobe.

If you’re looking to get into antiquing — or hoping to pop by a few beloved shops on a summer road trip — here are some of the most popular antique stores in all 50 states.

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Alabama: Hanna Antiques Mall (Birmingham)

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A staple in Birmingham and the largest antiques mall in the area, Hanna Antiques has more than 100 dealers, and online reviewers rave about the huge array of furniture, art, home decor,

glassware, jewelry, and more. The mall is open Monday-Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Alaska: Antique Gallery (Anchorage)

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Antique Gallery in Anchorage sells everything from Winchester firearms to taxidermy to Alaska Native crafts and other rare historical items. Its Yelp page is filled with reviews praising its huge range of products, solid pricing, and very helpful staff.

Arizona: Antique Trove (Scottsdale)

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Antique Trove really lives up to its name. It is a massive store packed with clothing, jewelry, artwork, sports memorabilia, and furniture. The styles range from Victorian-era gems to mid-century modern, and the store boasts more than 140 vendors.

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Arkansas: Crystal Hill Antique Mall (North Little Rock)

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Crystal Hill has been a staple in North Little Rock for more than 40 years, and online reviewers love browsing their array of antiques — from furniture to fine glass and china to vintage clothing — from 70 vendors. Some reviewers did note the products were a bit pricey, though, so browse at your own risk.

California: Antique Society (Sebastopol)

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From antique furniture to fun and funky artwork to old typewriters and beyond, the Antique Society — located in Sonoma County — is a top choice for West Coast antique lovers. 

They have more than 125 dealers and a huge array of products, so be prepared to spend some time exploring.

Colorado: Brass Armadillo Antique Mall (Denver)

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Brass Armadillo has several locations across the Western U.S., and the Denver location is massive, with more than 600 dealers. The mall’s Yelp page is filled with reviewers praising the range of products — from antique furniture to throwback toys and memorabilia.

Connecticut: The PAST Antiques Marketplace (Montville)

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With retro collectibles, vintage clothing, and fascinating home decor and artifacts, the PAST Antiques Marketplace has something for everyone across 14,000 square feet and more than 90 vendor booths. Google reviewers loved how big and well-organized the space is.

Delaware: Aunt Margaret’s Antique Mall (Newark)

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Aunt Margaret’s offers more than 30 antique and collector dealer booths across two floors and is well-known as the go-to antiquing spot in Newark. The rooms are packed with vintage clothing, books, jewelry, and excellent home goods to browse.

Florida: Lakeland Antique Mall (Lakeland)

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Whether you’re looking for retro toys, old fur coats, and other vintage clothing items, or antique furniture or dining sets, Lakeland has you covered. The mall has more than 250 vendors, and fans recommend that any newcomer give themselves a few hours to take it all in.

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Georgia: Lakewood 400 Antiques Market (Cumming)

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Lakewood 400 Antiques Market has a long-standing reputation in the area. They offer an array of classic antiques, collectibles, home/garden decor, and more — but the market is only open one weekend per month. In 2024, Lakewood will be open the first full weekend of each month.

Hawaii: Hound and Quail (Honolulu)

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Inspired by small and unique shops in cities around the world like Tokyo and Amsterdam, Hound and Quail fills their shop with vintage items, collectibles, interesting home decor, and other curiosities. They are open Wednesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Idaho: American Antique Mall (Boise)

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American Antique Mall is a great spot for those looking to browse an array of collectibles at bargain prices. With more than 160 dealers and vintage items that range from mid-century modern furniture to rustic home decor, there’s a bit of something for visitors of all sorts.

Illinois: Wolff's Flea Market (Rosemont)

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Visitors can find an array of antiques — from unique furniture and home decor to vintage clothing and collectibles — and so much more at Wolff’s Flea Market, held every Sunday from April through October at Allstate Arena just outside of Chicago in Rosemont.

Indiana: Exit 76 Antique Mall (Edinburgh)

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Exit 76 Antique Mall is a top Midwest destination for all your vintage and collecting needs. The massive mall has more than 600 vendors, and visitors can find everything from antique furniture to fine jewelry to unique home decor and artwork.

Iowa: Brass Armadillo (Des Moines)

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The Des Moines location was the first for the Brass Armadillo chain, and with more than 450 dealers, it has enough antiques and collectibles to keep visitors busy for hours. Expect to find everything from antique furniture to beautiful china and porcelain pieces and retro pop culture collectibles.

Kansas: Paramount Antique Mall (Wichita)

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Paramount now has three locations in Kansas, two in Wichita and one in Augusta, and works with more than 350 vendors combined. Visitors to the Wichita location will find everything from vintage glassware to coins and antique furniture and pottery.

Kentucky: Georgetown Antique Mall (Georgetown)

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Georgetown Antique Mall has been in the business for more than 40 years and has a wide variety of antique products spread across three floors — from furniture to jewelry to linens and retro toys — that can fit every antiquing budget.

Louisiana: Circa 1857 (Baton Rouge)

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Circa 1857 offers high-end antiques and carries everything from farmhouse decor to mid-century modern designs and local artwork. Visitors to the Baton Rouge area can shop in-store from Tuesday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., or find new items on their website.

Maine: Cabot Mill Antiques (Brunswick)

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Cabot Mill Antiques, located in a restored textile mill on the Androscoggin River, is a go-to New England antiquing spot. With more than 160 booths that showcase everything from vintage clothes to Victorian furniture to pottery and porcelain, visitors can (and do!) spend hours in the shop.

Maryland: The Antique Center at Historic Savage Mill (Savage)

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Located within Historic Savage Mill, the Antique Center has more than 150 dealers offering a wide variety of products, from jewelry and accessories to period furniture and funky gas station memorabilia. Plus, it’s located within a restored 19th-century cotton mill.

Massachusetts: Cambridge Antique Market (Cambridge)

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With five floors and more than 150 dealer slots, you can easily spend hours browsing the wares at Cambridge Antique Market. And they have a bit of something for shoppers of all sorts, too — from fine silver and glassware to vintage clothes and retro furniture.

Michigan: Town Peddler Craft and Antique Mall (Livonia)

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Town Peddler is Michigan’s largest and oldest craft and antique mall and it’s packed with more than 400 dealers. Visitors love how massive the mall is — and that it offers everything from handcrafted gifts and vintage clothing to repurposed antiques.

Minnesota: Antique Mall of Rogers (Rogers)

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Visitors love the treasure-hunting experience through the 80 dealers and two floors at Antique Mall of Rogers. From retro toys and books to fun and funky art and signage to sports memorabilia, this Minnesota gem can keep antique enthusiasts busy for hours.

Mississippi: Relics Antique Marketplace (Tupelo)

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With more than 100 vendor booths stretched across a massive marketplace, Relics is packed with a huge array of handmade and repurposed crafts and products, vintage clothing, furniture, and plenty more. Fans suggest devoting a few hours to taking the whole place in.

Missouri: Midway Antique Mall (Columbia)

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Midway Antique Mall is a massive destination (about 450 dealers packed into 73,000 square feet) and has all sorts of excellent buys, from rustic furniture and decor to repurposed products, vintage and retro clothing, and fine glassware and china.

Montana: Marketplace 3301 (Billings)

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Marketplace 3301 is the biggest antique mall in Montana with more than 100 vendors. In addition to artwork, vintage clothing, jewelry, repurposed furniture and decorative items, and textiles, the marketplace also has a used book and coffee shop.

Nebraska: Aardvark Antique Mall (Lincoln)

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Located just off I-80 in Lincoln, Aardvark Antique Mall has an array of products, from furniture to glassware and collectibles, in any vintage style you’re looking for — from glamorous period pieces to rustic or “farmhouse.” With about 250 vendors, there’s plenty to do, see, and buy.

Nevada: Charleston Antique Mall (Las Vegas)

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Not far from the Las Vegas Strip, visitors will find this incredible antique mall packed with all sorts of vintage clothing, retro toys and cameras, glassware, home decor, and more. They also offer free classes on fascinating topics in niche antiquing — like finding mid-century modern barware.

New Hampshire: Union Street Antiques (Rochester)

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With more than 150 dealers and consignors, visiting Union Street Antiques is a fascinating way to spend an afternoon in Rochester. Yelp reviewers say the shop feels more thrifty than a traditional antique shop, but still, it’s packed with retro decor, sports collectibles, jewelry, coins, and plenty more.

New Jersey: Antique Center of Red Bank (Red Bank)

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The Antique Center of Red Bank dates back to the 1960s and has grown to include two buildings in Red Bank’s Historical District full of antiques and collectibles. There’s much to explore on the premises, from fine china and period furniture to retro tea sets and barware.

New Mexico: Cowboys and Indians Antiques (Albuquerque)

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Cowboys and Indians Antiques opened back in 1995 and is focused on collecting and selling Native American & Western art, including jewelry, textiles, pottery, and beyond. The shop is open Thursdays through Sundays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

New York: Furnish Green (New York City)

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Furnish Green has made a name for itself in the competitive New York City vintage space and specializes in unique vintage furniture, home decor, art, and other fantastic retro items. Plenty of Yelp reviewers said they loved visiting the store, but their inventory can also be found online.

North Carolina: Sleepy Poet Antique Mall (Charlotte)

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It’s all about finding the weird and wild items that you just have to take home with you at the Sleepy Poet — and they’ve got all your antique shop classics, from retro furniture and vintage clothing/jewelry to records and home decor. You can also shop their online store.

North Dakota: Fargo Antiques and Repurposed Market (Fargo)

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Fargo Antiques and Repurposed Market, otherwise known as The FARM, offers a huge array of antiques, vintage clothes, collectibles, and furniture across more than 60 vendors. They also have quite an extensive vintage candy selection.

Ohio: Heart of Ohio Antique Center (Springfield)

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With more than 800 vendor booths and showcases, Heart of Ohio Antique Center is one of the biggest and most well-stocked markets in the country. There’s a huge array of antiques — from retro home decor to unique furniture pieces — and there’s a cafe on-site if you work up an appetite while exploring.

Oklahoma: Warehouse Antique Mall (Oklahoma City)

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Warehouse Antique Mall is the go-to spot in Oklahoma City for repurposed furniture, collectibles, books, jewelry, glassware, and many other excellent finds. With more than 80 vendors across 4,000 square feet, it offers excellent products at price points to fit every budget.

Oregon: Monticello Antique Marketplace (Portland)

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There is much to see and do at Monticello, located in southwest Portland. The marketplace has more than 100 vendors, a showroom for antique furniture, a “Salvage Garden,” which focuses on outdoor decor, and Monti’s Cafe if you get a bit hungry while antiquing.

Pennsylvania: Antique Marketplace of Lemoyne (Lemoyne)

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With more than 250 vendors under one roof, this Central Pennsylvania gem is the largest antique store in the area. It’s packed with all sorts of oddities and artifacts — and collectors can spend hours perusing the aisles (and many do!)

Rhode Island: Rhode Island Antiques Mall (Pawtucket)

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Just outside of Providence, Rhode Island Antiques Mall is one of the most popular in New England and hosts more than 200 antique dealers. They have a huge array of products, from vintage jewelry and watches to collectible coins and Victorian-era art — and they’re open daily.

South Carolina: Old Mill Antique Mall (West Columbia)

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Located just across the river from downtown Columbia, Old Mill Antique Mall is a go-to spot for local collectors and visitors alike. The mall got its start more than 30 years ago and has grown to include more than 75 dealers and a huge array of furniture, collectibles, and knickknacks.

South Dakota: St. Joe Antiques Mall (Rapid City)

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St. Joe Antiques Mall is the largest in South Dakota, with 45 dealers spread across 21,000 square feet of space. Visitors can find all sorts of treasures inside — from jewelry and decor to period furniture, sports memorabilia, retro clothing, and more.

Tennessee: GasLamp Antiques (Nashville)

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Over the past 20 years, GasLamp Antiques has made a name for itself in the antiquing and vintage market and is one of the largest antique malls in Tennessee. They operate two shops in Nashville and have everything from vintage jewelry to a range of home decor and antique furniture.

Texas: Cooper Street Antique Mall (Arlington)

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From unique period furniture to a huge array of quirky home decor items to jewelry, old cameras, retro dolls, and pottery, there’s something for everyone at this massive, 53,000-square-foot mall in Arlington.

Utah: Capital City Antique Mall (Salt Lake City)

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This antique mall is the largest in Utah and offers an array of eclectic finds, from retro clocks and telephones to vintage clothes and furniture to nostalgic and even modern toys (think Pop! figures) across 65 dealer booths.

Vermont: Vermont Antique Mall (Quechee)

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Online reviewers love that you can get lost for hours among the array of antiques, vintage items, and collectibles inside the Vermont Antique Mall barn. It’s open daily and close to plenty of eateries if you happen to work up an appetite while antiquing.

Virginia: Virginia Beach Antique Mall (Virginia Beach)

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From cowboy boots and retro luggage to eclectic home decor, fine china, and unique works of art, there’s a bit of something for everyone at Virginia Beach Antique Mall. Visitors and locals alike sing the shop’s praises, and Yelp reviewers particularly liked their toy section.

Washington: Seattle Antiques Market (Seattle)

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Whether you’re looking for antique furniture, old vinyl records, vintage typewriters, or mid-century modern home decor, you can probably find it at Seattle Antiques Market. It’s been a staple in the city since 1978 and was even featured on "Pawn Stars Do America."

West Virginia: Stray Dog Antiques (Charleston)

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Fans of Stray Dog say it’s absolutely worth traveling to if you’re not in the area for a top-notch antiquing experience. The shop offers three floors of eclectic finds — from art and jewelry to glassware and ceramics to vintage clothing.

Wisconsin: Antique Center at Wales (Wales)

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Visitors love the vibes at the Antique Center at Wales, which offers 18th, 19th, and 20th-century furniture, an array of vintage accessories, folk art, retro toys like old-school Barbies, and more. It’s open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and noon to 4 on Sundays.

Wyoming: Avenues Antiques & Collectibles (Cheyenne)

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Though it’s not massive, like some of the other shops on this list, Avenues Antiques & Collectibles packs a huge array of vintage items and antiques — from costume jewelry to mid-century modern furniture to fine china — into an eclectic and fun space.

Bottom line

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Doing some antique shopping is a great way to dip your toe into a more sustainable shopping style — or simply give a room in your home (or your wardrobe) a retro makeover. 

So step up your travel game with some antiquing on your next road trip, or explore your cross-town market for some truly incredible finds.

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