Michigan Attractions April 16, 2017
10 Incredible Thrift Stores In Michigan Where You’ll Find All Kinds Of Treasures
What could be more fun than hunting for treasures in a one-of-a-kind thrift shop? There’s no telling what you’ll come across during your bargain-hunting excursion. If you’re not sure where to start, here are 10 awesome thrift stores in Michigan that will keep you coming back time and time again.
1. Ann Arbor PTO Thrift Shop (2280 S Industrial Hwy, Ann Arbor)
Proceeds from this shop’s sales benefit all sorts of educational programs within Ann Arbor Public Schools, so you can feel great about your purchases. In addition to clothing, you’ll find a wide array of furniture, books, and linens to choose from. You could spend hours perusing this awesome spot.
2. Nuway Thrift Store (211 East Cork Street, Kalamazoo)
Venture to Kalamazoo and check out this awesome resale shop, which boasts an amazing collection of odds and ends for you to discover. Whether you’re looking for a unique couch or a set of skis, you’re sure to find something completely unique at Nuway Thrift Store.
3. Tried & True Thrift Store (35004 W Michigan Ave, Wayne)
This awesome store is known for a friendly staff, plenty of awesome items to check out, and great prices. From greeting cards to beautiful vases to vintage purses, there’s something here for everyone. Get ready to leave Tried & True with a treasure (or three!) in hand.
4. 6 Degrees Resale Store (205 W Main St, Benton Harbor)
This Benton Harbor favorite is a must-see for thrift shop enthusiasts in the Great Lakes State. The store has been described as "funky and eclectic," and you’re pretty much guaranteed to have a fun time exploring its inventory. Awesome prices and unmatched service make this a perfect shopping destination.
5. Top Drawer Resale (1116 E Eighth St, Traverse City)
This Traverse City shop is the perfect place to pick up a few new clothing items when you’re trying not to break the bank. The best part? It also has a furniture-focused consignment shop located directly across the street, so you can do a bit of interior design planning during your visit!
6. Community Thrift Store (37545 S Gratiot Ave, Charter Twp of Clinton)
The first thing you’ll notice about Community Thrift Store is its size. Yes, this place is truly massive — and that means you should set aside at least an hour or two to browse all the items in store. From rack after rack of clothing to knick-knacks galore, this shop has a little something of everything.
7. DAV Thrift Store (8050 N Middlebelt Rd, Westland)
The "DAV" stands for Disabled American Veterans, so you can rest assured that your purchases at this thrift shop will benefit a worthwhile cause. This awesome store feels like an indoor flea market, offering all sorts of goods to rummage through. There’s really no telling what you’ll come across during your visit.
8. ReBlossom Consignment (104 W Washington St, Marquette)
If you’re looking for a more "upscale" experience, Reblossom in the perfect place for you. This delightful shop in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula carries all sorts of fashionable, name-brand items at unbelievable prices. For boutique shoppers who want to save a few bucks, this place is like heaven on earth.
9. Shelby’s Place (12360 Felch St, Holland)
This West Michigan gem is run by a local Humane Society, so it’s the perfect spot for animal-lovers who want to do a little good while they shop! Check out everything from lightly used clothing to home decor. The best part? You’ll find a cat or two roaming around the store during your visit!
10. New 2 You Shoppe (2929 29th Street Southeast, Grand Rapids)
With amazing staff members, an organized atmosphere, and a huge selection of items to choose from, there’s no beating the experience at New 2 You Shoppe. From electronics to glassware to clothing items, there’s a unique treasure waiting to be discovered by every member of the family at this one-of-a-kind store in Grand Rapids.
We know there are dozens more amazing thrift stores just waiting to be explored throughout the Great Lakes State. Which ones did we forget? Let us know in the comment section, and happy thrifting!