New Mexico has a long history and through the decades – and sometimes even centuries – prized items have been passed down through families or been sold at estate sales. As a result, there are plenty of great spots to score antiques here. Whatever you’re hunting for, there’s a good chance you’ll find it at one of these 10 great antique stores.
1. Church Street Antique Market (Edgewood)
As you wander inside this converted warehouse, discover an indoor "main street" complete with stores filled with antiques and one-of-a-kind items. The market is open on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays and is located at 92 Church Street East in Edgewood.
2. Roswell Antiques Mall (Roswell)
Whether you're seeking antique furniture, retro luggage, vintage clothing, or home goods, you can find it all in this 11,000 square foot antiques mall, with 40 booths. The mall is open daily (abridged hours on Sundays) and is located at 208 N Main Street in Roswell.
3. Nambe Trading Post (Nambe)
This historic trading post offers a blend of old and handcrafted items from Native American artwork to antique beads and Western gear. If you want traditional, Southwestern items, this is the place for you. It is located at 20 Summer Road in Santa Fe (Nambe). Hours are 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and the store is closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
4. Dusty Attic (Farmington)
You never know what treasures you’ll find at the Dusty Attic. This store, which specializes in arts, crafts, antiques, collectibles, has been in business for 20 years. It is located at 111. W Main Street in Farmington and is open from 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday.
5. Penny Lane (Clovis)
Penny Lane has won awards for being the best antique store in Clovis year after year. Inside, browse through antique furniture, vintage clothing and beads, before refueling with some British candy – a nod to the owner’s childhood spent in England. The store is located at 509 N Main Street in Clovis.
6. Antique Connection Mall (Albuquerque)
It seems that you can find almost anything at Antique Connection, from high-end antiques to collectibles. Displays are pleasantly arranged, making shopping here a relaxing experience. Antique Connection is located at 12815 Central Avenue NE in Albuquerque.
7. Pecos River Antique Mall (Carlsbad)
If you’re looking for a unique gift but are short on ideas, let this antique mall’s eclectic inventory inspire you. This building contains 4000 square foot of items as diverse as Depression-era glass and NFL collectibles. Pecos River Antique Mall is located at 110 S Canyon Street in Carlsbad and it is open Tuesday through Saturday.
8. Plaza Antiques (Las Vegas)
At Plaza Antiques, wares from several different vendors are housed under one roof. You’ll find plenty of wooden antique furniture and lighting, along with a few surprises – the store sometimes purchases entire estates, ensuring its contents are diverse. Plaza Antiques is located at 1805 Plaza Street in Las Vegas and the store is open daily.
9. Patina Home (Las Cruces)
Even from the outside, you can tell that Patina Home is going to be fun, funky, and stock unique items. In addition to more traditional antiques, discover upcycled items and imports from Mexico. This store is located at 300 N Main Street in Las Cruces.
10. Sagebrush Annie’s Antiques (Artesia)
This store contains goods from 20 different vendors and, if you’re looking to add a little farmhouse or Western flair to your home, this is the place to go. Sagebrush Annie’s Antiques is located at 119 W Main Street in Artesia and it is open Tuesday through Saturday.