Louisiana September 02, 2018
There Are Over 12 Antique Stores In This One Louisiana Town And You’ll Want To Visit Them All
There’s a delightfully charming town in southeast Louisiana that’s perfect for antiquing. This sleepy little town attracts countless visitors each year, so it’s no wonder it’s been nicknamed “America’s Antique City.” Let’s take a closer look!
Ponchatoula is a small town in Tangipahoa Parish with a population of less than 7,000.
This small town is known for two things: strawberries and antiques. Known as "America’s Antique City", Ponchatoula is a top destination for antique lovers from all over.
There are dozens of antique shops peppered throughout Pine Street just waiting for you to explore.
It’s easily walkable and there are a few restaurants too, making it an excellent day trip.
Offering everything from antiques and collectibles to furniture and jewelry, each store has its own array of amazing treasures you’re sure to love.
Whether you’re looking for a specific piece to complete your collection or just browsing the wares, you won’t leave empty-handed after a day spent popping in and out of these delightful shops.
You’ll want to swing by C.J.’s Antiques & Collectables.
Located just off of Pine Street at 160 SE Railroad Avenue, this massive antique store is 15,000 square feet of amazing finds just waiting for you.
The Ponchatoula Antique Trade Days is an event you certainly won’t want to miss.
This bi-annual arts and crafts fair is held in Historic Downtown Ponchatoula during first full weekends of March and November each year. The free festival features scores of antique vendors, artists, local food vendors, a petting zoo for the kids, and other family activities. The next Trade Days is November 2-4, 2018, so mark your calendars!
Have you visited “America’s Antique City?” Where’s your favorite antique shop in Louisiana? Let us know in the comments below!