Attractions June 20, 2016
These Quaint, Charming Towns In Nevada Are Full Of Antique Treasures
Over the years, antiquing has become a hobby for many. It’s an incredible experience, finding unique items that offer a glimpse into the past. Luckily, several towns throughout Nevada have some of the best antique shops in the state. Let’s take a look at nine of these towns below.
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Gardnerville offers one of the finest antique shops in central Nevada - Cheshire Antiques. This multi-level shop is an antique lover's dream. If you're searching for a certain antique or vintage item, you stand a very good chance of finding it here. This shop is seriously ANTIQUE HEAVEN! (1423 Hwy 395)
Without a doubt, the perfect place to stop in Reno for antiques is the Virginia Street Antique Mall. In addition to many retro items, this antique shop also has a great selection of military memorabilia and historical artifacts. (1251 S Virginia St)
For some of the finest antiques in Winnemucca, stop by The Cat's Meow Antiques, Collectibles and More. From clothing to jewelry, and furniture to dishes, this antique shop has it all and is a definite must stop. I guarantee you won't be leaving empty handed. (310 S Bridge St)
4. Las Vegas
The next time you're in Las Vegas, take a break from the casino and browse the city's finest antique shops. One of Las Vegas' finest antique/vintage shops is Charleston Antique Mall. Everything from furniture, clothing, jewelry, collectibles and silver - this antique/vintage shop has it all. (560 S Decatur Blvd)
5. Boulder City
Boulder City is another place to visit if you're looking for that special antique. One of the best antique shops in Boulder City is Goat Feathers Emporium. This antique shop offers a huge selection of antique, vintage, retro, handmade and collectible items. Reserve a lot of time if you plan to visit this antique shop; it'll take you at least two hours to browse through all of their wonderful treasures. (1300 Wyoming St)
6. Virginia City
In Virginia City, antiquing has never been more fun! Finders Keepers is one of the city's most popular antique shops. If you visit any of their locations, you won't be disappointed. From knives, antiques, jewelry and clothes, they have something for everyone. (148 S C St)
In the charming town of Genoa, Nevada's first settlement, you'll find the Dake House. Antiques Plus is located inside the Dake House, which just so happens to be one of Nevada's oldest Gothic Victorians. Most of the antiques you'll find here are from the Victorian era. Other types of antiques include pottery, glass, clocks and furniture. (2242 Main St)
If what you're looking for is unique home decor, handcrafted items, or hard-to-find antiques, head on over to Chique Unique & Antique. This boutique is definitely worth a visit the next time you're in the Elko area.
(608 Commercial St)
9. Mound House
The Antique Mall in Mound House offers 6,000 square feet of antique bliss. With numerous vendors offering a variety of items, you'll definitely stumble upon that one treasure you can't live without. The Antique Mall has been voted "Best in Dayton" many times. (10104 US-50)
Are you a resident of any of these towns? What other towns or antique shops would you add to this list? Please share your recommendations with us!