New Orleans March 26, 2018
The World’s Best Street For Antiquing Is Right Here In New Orleans
Looking for some unique pieces to add to your home? Just a block off of Bourbon street lies Royal street, where you can find dozens of antique shops all in one place.
Royal Street is home to some of the most interesting and elegant shops in the country.
From the serious collector to the average picker, you’re guaranteed to find something you love at one of these antique shops.
The Travel Channel named Royal Street the "World’s Best Street for Antiquing" and we can certainly see why.
From jewelry to artwork, whatever your passion is, you’ll be able to find something to add to your collection.
When you’re shopping, you have to stop by Keil’s Antiques.
They’re at 325 Royal Street.
This family owned business has been in around since 1899.
Specializing in 18th and 19th century French and English antiques, their 30,000 square foot gallery showcases some truly amazing collections of jewelry, fine art, mirrors, chandeliers, and so much more. They proudly feature one of the largest and most unique chandelier collections in the United States, so be sure to stop by when you’re looking upgrade your home.
Down the street from Keil’s is Royal Antiques, another must-stop shop when it comes to antiquing.
You can find them at 308 Royal Street.
Another Kiel family business, Royal Antiques has been around since 1899 as well.
You’ll find loads of fine antiques, estate jewelry mid century modern and Chinese Antiques and so much more here.
And you can’t forget about M.S. Rau Antiques
Over at 630 Royal Street.
Internationally recognized as a leader in rare in antiques, fine art, and jewelry, M.S. Rau Antiques has been a landmark in the French Quarter for over 100 years.
Over 30,000 square feet of the finest antiques you’ve ever seen!
And that doesn’t even scratch the surface of all the unique shops and antique stores that’s on Royal Street. Spend an afternoon walking around, you might just find the perfect piece to complete your home!
Where’s your favorite antique store on Royal Street? Let us know in the comments below!