Alabama February 21, 2018
The Tiny Town In Alabama That’s Absolute Heaven If You Love Antiquing
Alabama is home to a variety of antique shops with treasures just waiting to be discovered. There’s no denying that antiquing has become one of today’s most enjoyable hobbies—especially here in the South. One tiny town in Alabama that’s a great place to visit if you love antiquing is Winfield. To learn about this town’s antiquing opportunities, read on.
Winfield, Alabama, which has less than 5,000 residents, is located in both Marion and Fayette counties. It's a great town to visit if you enjoy antiquing, and listed below are a couple of its most popular antique shops.
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Winfield Antique Mall
One of Winfield's top antique destinations is Winfield Antique Mall. This 12,000 sq ft shop is an antique lover's dream come true. From furniture and cast iron, to advertising signs and Aladdin lamps, you'll find a little bit of everything at Winfield Antique Mall. New items are added weekly. For more information, click
(1066 US HWY 43, Winfield, AL 35594)
Railroad Warehouse Antiques
Another great antique destination in Winfield is Railroad Warehouse Antiques. This popular antique shop offers vintage tools, Pyrex, linens, furniture and so much more. Whatever you're on the hunt for, you'll likely find it at Railroad Warehouse Antiques. For more information about this antique shop, including its hours, you can visit the shop's Facebook page
(245 Frisco St, Winfield, AL 35594)
Faulkner Antique Mall
Okay, so Faulkner Antique Mall isn't exactly located in Winfield. It's actually located in the tiny town of Vernon, which is just a short drive from Winfield. This antique mall has 70 dealers and sells a variety of antiques such as furniture, dishes, lamps and more. In addition to antiques, Faulkner Antique Mall also sells a variety of vintage goods and gift items. To learn more about this antique mall, you can visit its Facebook page
(314 1st St NE, Vernon, AL 35592)
Back to Winfield. If you time your visit just right, you can attend the town's annual Mule Day Festival, which is held every fourth weekend of September.
For information regarding Winfield's Mule Day Festival, click
Where is your favorite place in Alabama to go antiquing? Let us know in the comments!
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