Maryland May 12, 2016
Head To These 15 Towns In Maryland For Amazing Antiques
Maryland is loaded with history from the Western mountains to the Eastern shore. Because of this, the Old Line State is also booming with antique shops full of historic treasures. If you’re looking for a place to spend a day antiquing, these towns are perfect. Not only are they sprinkled with vintage shops, but they’re also quite charming as well. Head to these towns in Maryland for amazing antiques.
1. New Market
Known as the antiques capital of Maryland, New Market is THE PLACE to go for all your antique needs. This historic town is full of charming buildings that are filled to the brim with vintage treasures.
New Market Website
The coolest small town in America is also known as the antiques capital of the Eastern Shore. Head to Berlin's arts and entertainment district to browse their boutiques and several antique shops.
3. Ellicott City
Ellicott City is filled to the brim with character and charm. It has an abundance of sweet shops with unique finds.
Ellicott City Website
Frederick has become progressively trendy over the last few years but it still has several older antique shops. Spend a day perusing the stores and checking out the local eateries.
Take a trip to Savage to explore the historic Savage Mill. This place is loaded with dozens of indoor shops that are positively delightful.
Savage Mill Website
Charm City is full of charming treasures. The city is home to many shops full of antique furniture and knick-knacks galore.
Baltimore Antiques Listing
This small railroad town has quite a few antique stores that perfectly fit in with the historic vibe.
Kensington is known as the town “where the train still stops and the people still walk.” This picturesque town is full of unique boutiques and antique shops.
9. North Beach
This bayside town is scenic and quaint. Explore the country stores where you'll find one-of-a-kind items.
North Beach Website
Hagerstown is located in Washington County, which is rich in history. You may even find Civil War memorabilia in a few of the local shops.
This town is booming with adorable shops. You're likely to find an assortment of nautical-themed merchandise and antiques here, perfect for the sailor in you.
12. Havre de Grace
This town is known for its beautiful waterfront but head downtown and you'll find a few neat antique shops. On the off chance that you're looking for a vintage decoy duck, this place has got you covered.
Havre de Grace Website
This town nestled in the mountains is truly unique, and the drive to Cumberland is gorgeously scenic. You can find several shops full of old treasures that will make your house a home.
Westminster's Main Street offers several stores where you can find new and old keepsakes. Spend an afternoon exploring these charming shops.
Westminster Shop Directory
This Eastern Shore spot has unique shops to find one-of-a-kind items. Stop by one of their cafes while perusing the local scene.
Have you been antiquing in any of these Maryland towns? What’s the most interesting item you’ve found? Feel free to share in the comments.