Attractions February 04, 2019
This Itty Bitty Iowa City Is Actually One Of The Best Antiquing Towns In The Country
Did you know that Iowa is home to a tiny city that Fodors Travel Guides called one of the
Best Antiquing Cities in America? If you love shopping for vintage and quirky goods, you’ve got to plan a trip to this Pottawattamie County antiquing mecca.
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
The tiny city of Walnut, Iowa is one of America's best antiquing cities.
Despite being home to just about 750 people, this town is jam packed with antique shops and vintage boutiques.
The Barn Mall is home to more than 30 vendors, each selling unique wares in a restored farm building that dates back to 1894.
The Granary Mall is gigantic, offering spots to more than 100 different antique dealers. The vendors here come from seven different states to enjoy the antiquing community of Walnut.
In the old Opera House, you'll find Rust. This new antique shops specializes in oddities and vintage furniture.
B Restored is a great place to shop for home decor! This little country store stocks antique signs, country decorations, and interesting goods that will bring character to your home.
Plum Crazy is a quirky little storefront, and you'll find all sorts of oddities and eccentric antiques here! If you're looking for a cool gift, this is the place to shop.
Overall, Walnut is home to more than 16 antique shops and malls, and hundreds of individual vendors. If you can't find what you're looking for in Walnut, it probably doesn't exist.
Editor's Note: Haystackers permanently closed in 2018.
Before you leave town, grab a meal at Haystackers. This classic diner is the perfect way to either kick off or wrap up a day of shopping in Walnut.
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Walnut, Iowa is one of the best destinations in the entire state of Iowa! For another unique shopping destination in the Hawkeye State, read about
This Amish Store In Iowa That’s Worth The Drive From Anywhere In The Midwest.