Whether you are an avid collector of all things vintage or want to go furniture shopping for something truly unique for your home, antique stores are the best way to get your hands on items that are old, bizarre, rare, and everything in between. These 10 antique stores in South Dakota are loaded with treasures waiting to be discovered.
1. I-29 Antiques & Collectibles Mall - Tea
This antique mall is filled to the brim with every vintage odds and ends you can think of. You'll need the whole day to browse through this place, there is just so much stuff!
I-29 Antiques & Collectibles Mall is located off of Exit 73 on I-29, 46990 271st Street, Tea, South Dakota.
2. Dakota Plains Antiques and Collectibles - Sioux Falls
Find antiques from vendors all over South Dakota conveniently in one big place - Dakota Plains! You'll want to check back here often because they get new items and vendors in all the time. You never know what you'll find here, but there is guaranteed to be something you'll love.
You can visit Dakota Plains Antiques and Collectibles at 27110 Independence Ave in Sioux Falls.
3. Antique Emporium - Deadwood
Now here's a place where you're sure to find something unique. Whether it's a bizarre item or something in beautiful condition for its age, there are tons of treasures hiding just here waiting for you to find them.
If you'd like to visit Antique Emporium, head to 409 Cliff St. in Deadwood.
4. St. Joe Antiques Mall - Rapid City
From hardcore collectors to the casual browser, anyone will enjoy St. Joe Antiques Mall. There's a plethora of stuff from all eras, places, sizes, and types. Be careful here because you might just get lost in all the stuff!
St. Joe Antiques Mall is located at 615 Saint Joseph St in Rapid City.
5. Spink County Mercantile - Redfield
Multiple stories just jam packed with everything from antique furniture, to vintage dish sets, to so many cool curios and knick knacks. Everyone can find something they want here and it is well worth a visit, or two, or three!
To find Spink County Mercantile, head to 6 E 7th Ave in Redfield.
6. Prairie Emporium - Sturgis
Plenty of hidden gems are hiding in Prairie Emporium. You won't leave this place disappointed - or empty handed - just based on the sheer number of awesome and unusual things you can find here. And don't expect overpricing on the items; you can find amazing deals here you won't find anywhere else.
Prairie Emporium can be found at 1030 Main St in Sturgis.
7. Second Impression Palace Antique Mall - Mitchell
There isn't a lot of other places with quite as many unique and unusual items as Second Impression Palace. You'll discover vintage things you probably won't find anywhere else. Take advantage of this opportunity and shop till you drop here. You won't regret it!
To visit Second Impression Palace Antique Mall yourself, go to 412 N Main St in Mitchell.
8. Holy Terror Antiques - Keystone
If you're an avid antique hunter, this is a must stop for you. Other than having awesome stuff like the candy counter, there are tons of items filling every corner of the store that will take up your whole day to explore.
The Holy Terror Antiques store is on the upper level of the Holy Terror Building, located at 221 Swanzey St in Keystone.
9. Old West Trading Post - Oacoma
The name should be taken at face value - this Old West Trading Post is full of antique items, both western and just about everything else, waiting to be bought. From old horse saddles to vintage jewelry, there is a little something for everyone here. It really is like an old trading post!
You can find the Old West Trading Post off of Highway 16 at 403 W in Oacoma.
10. The Farmer's Daughter - Hill City
The owners of The Farmer's Daughter will welcome you right in, but you might need some time to look at all the neat stuff outside. This is a great stop if you're looking for some yard or home decor, both new and vintage. Whatever your style may be, you'll probably find the perfect fit for that redecorating project right at this store.
The Farmer's Daughter can be visited at 164 Main St in Hill City.
I love all things historical so shopping at antique stores is a hobby of mine, especially because they allow you to kind of experience first hand what some things were like decades ago. If you are also interested in history, you should check out
these photographs of South Dakota from 100 years ago. Pictures are another great way to learn about the history of our state!