Indiana February 19, 2016
You Can Find Amazing Antiques At These 9 Places In Indiana
When it comes to antiques, Indiana has some truly unique stores that house rare and vintage finds. If you’re looking for great antiques, check out this list of the best antique stores in the state:
1. Midland Arts and Antiques in Indianapolis
This huge warehouse houses two floors of antiques. Items range from vintage furniture and decor to clothing, books, comics, typewriters, record players, and much more. Even if you aren't doing any shopping, exploring this maze of treasures is a fun way to spend an afternoon.
2. Antique Alley in Richmond, IN/Wayne County
Antique alley is a route that contains over 900 independently owned shops and stores, and boasts a ton of antiques. You'll want to make this trip last at least a day, if not the weekend.
3. Centerville Antique Mall
This huge building nests thousands of reasonably priced antiques, with hours worth of selections to peruse.
4. Bloomington Antique Mall
This antique destination has three floors of rare, vintage finds, from clothing to home decor and furniture. They're also handicap accessible!
5. Sisters Antique Mall and Coffee Bar
Located in Brazil, Indiana, Sister's boasts not only a plethora of antiques and used/vintage books, but also a top-rated coffee bar for shoppers to indulge in.
6. Spill the Milk Vintage
This charming antique store is tucked away in Valparaiso and gets rave reviews from visitors.
7. Green Oak Antiques
Green Oak Antiques is one of the largest independently owned antique shops in the state! With this reputation, they are sure to have something on everyone's shopping list.
8. Pierceton, Indiana
Known as "the antique town," Pierceton offers a large variety of antique stores and local shops, all within walking distance of one another. Antique lovers, rejoice!
9. Scottsburg Indiana Antique Mall
This small town in Southern Indiana is actually home to a pretty hefty antique mall. They've been around for over 20 years, so you're bound to find some interesting pieces inside this town's shops.
Have you been to any of these awesome antique stores? Which one was your favorite?