Alabama June 20, 2016
These Quaint, Charming Towns In Alabama Are Full Of Antique Treasures
Antiquing has become one of today’s most enjoyable hobbies, especially here in Alabama. It doesn’t get much better than finding unique items that give us a glimpse into the past. Listed below are nine charming towns in Alabama that have the best antique shops.
The charming town of Fairhope is well known for its incredible downtown area, featuring more than 80 unique shops. One of these shops is Copper Roof Antiques, which sells a variety of antiques through booth vendors. Some of these items include jewelry, glassware, collectibles, etc.
(416 Fairhope Ave)
There's much more to experience in Tuscaloosa than college football. For those who enjoy antiquing, this college football town offers a few wonderful antique shops. One of these shops in particular is Olive Tree. Olive Tree offers a great variety of vintage, antique and newer items. (2228 University Blvd)
3. Fort Payne
Fort Payne is known as the "Coolest Place in Alabama." This charming town is also home to some pretty cool shops, including Big Mill Co. Artisans & Antiques. This antique shop is located inside a former factory and offers everything from antique furniture to vintage glassware, and everything in between. (151 8th St NE)
For a great antiquing experience in "The Literary Capital of Alabama," stop by Maycomb Mall.This antique shop features several vendors who sell a variety of antique and vintage items, including antique furniture, vintage toys and different types of glassware. (153 W Claiborne St)
Known as "The River City," Decatur is also a wonderful city to visit for great antiques. One of their most popular antique shops is The Antique Basket, which sells vintage, antique and repurposed items. (305 2nd Ave SE)
The next time you're visiting this coastal city, take a break from the beach and browse a few of the city's antique shops. One of the greatest antique shops in Foley is the Gift Horse Antique Centre. This antique shop offers unique furniture pieces and collectibles from all over the world. (211 W Laurel Ave)
Without a doubt, the perfect place in Guntersville to shop for antiques is King's Row Antiques. King's Row Antiques offers a variety of antiques, and their vendors are always adding new items. What you don't find today, you may find tomorrow. (368 Gunter Ave)
In Attalla, antiquing is as fun as it gets! One of Attalla's best antique shops is Somewhere In Time. This popular antique shop sells a little bit of everything, including vintage cameras, antique furniture and a variety of holiday decor. Somewhere In Time has something for everyone. (402 4th St NW)
Daphne is home to one of the finest antique shops in south Alabama - Daphne Antique Galleria. From shabby chic to fine antiques, this unique shop has it all. Antique furniture, vintage glassware and handcrafted jewelry are just a few of the many things you'll find when you visit the Daphne Antique Galleria. (1699 US Hwy 98)
Are you a resident of any of these towns? What other towns or antique shops would you add to this list? Please share your recommendations with us!