The Loneliest Thrift Store In America Is Here In Nevada And It’s Incredibly Quirky

Okay, so you’ve probably heard of “The Loneliest Road In America”, aka U.S. Route 50, but have you heard of “The Loneliest Thrift Store In America”? Yes, it actually exists and it’s so worth a visit. Any thrifting enthusiast is bound to fall in love with this quirky thrift store and all of its delightful treasures. Located along Highway 50 in the small town of Ely, this shop is renowned for having some of the most unique antiques in the state. You’ll find everything here from vintage medicine bottles to beautiful pieces of furniture. It’s a thrifter’s dream come true!

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Have you been to this quirky thrift store in Ely? This place is such a gem! It’s so worth going out of your way for. For more little-known spots, check out our list of 7 Hidden Places That Are Nevada’s Best Kept Secrets.