Attractions November 03, 2017
Here’s The Perfect Weekend Itinerary If You Love Exploring Oregon’s Best Antique Stores
Calling all antique lovers! If you enjoy hunting for unique treasures and want to spend a weekend checking out some of Oregon’s best antique stores, then we’ve designed the perfect trip for you. It features some of our top picks in the Beaver State for one-of-a-kind antiques, charming restaurants, and enchanting bed & breakfasts.
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The total trip takes about 7 hours of driving time. We've included some recommendations for where to stay and eat along the way.
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1. Monticello Antique Marketplace (Portland)
There's no better place to kick off our road trip than at Monticello Antique Market. This 20,000-square-foot antique emporium is home to over 100 dealers, a restaurant, and even a library. You'll find a wide selection of knick knacks, furniture, clothes, and vintage jewelry here.
8600 SE Stark St., Portland, OR 97216
Lunch stop: Patty's WIcker Cafe (Seaside)
Patty's Wicker Cafe is the perfect place to stop for a quick bite to eat and recharge before heading on to our next store. This little hidden gem serves traditional diner fare in a charming setting. Note:
Patty's is not open on weekends.
600 Broadway St. # 7, Seaside, OR 97138
2. Seaside Antique Mall (Seaside)
Located in the center of Seaside's Old Town, this bustling antique mall is home to 88 different vendors. The shelves are kept well-stocked with collectible items, china, old signs, pottery, books, vintage toys, and more.
726 Broadway St., Seaside, OR 97138
Overnight stop: Arch Cape Inn (Arch Cape)
You're sure to feel like you've stepped into a storybook with a stay at the Cape Arch Inn. This majestic bed & breakfast is tucked into a hill overlooking the Pacific Ocean. One of the highlights of a visit here is the gourmet three-course breakfast, which features locally foraged ingredients.
31970 E Ocean Ln., Arch Cape, OR 97102
3. Little Antique Mall (Lincoln City)
Antique buffs will love the Little Antique Mall. This not-so-little mall is filled with unique memorabilia from yesteryear and beyond. You could easily spend hours browsing through their wide selection of collectibles, furniture, costume jewelry, books, dolls, and trinkets.
3128 US-101, Lincoln City, OR 97367
Overnight Stop: Baywood Shores Bed & Breakfast (Lincoln City)
Enjoy a room with a spectacular view of the ocean at Baywood Shores Bed & Breakfast. This charming little inn is situated right on the bay and features whimsically decorated rooms and a scrumptious breakfast.
1281 SW 62nd St., Lincoln City, OR 97367
4. Pirate's Plunder (Newport)
There's plenty of treasure waiting to be discovered at Pirate's Plunder. This eclectic market has over 80 vendors and local artists to explore. Apart from antiques, you'll find beach-themed items, local handicrafts, unique jewelry,
and much more.
3145 SE Ferry Slip Rd., Newport, OR 97365
5. Albany Antique Mall (Albany)
Take a trip down memory lane with a visit to Albany Antique Mall. This huge store has over 20,000 square feet of antiques under one roof. They have a large selection of furniture, as well as a big booth of old kitchen gadgets and bakelite tools.
145 SW 2nd Ave., Albany, OR 97321
Lunch/Dinner stop: Indulge! Cafe (Springfield)
Our last stop is Indulge. Part antique store, part cafe, this restaurant is the perfect place to end our trip. Not only can you browse through an eclectic variety of antiques while waiting to be seated, but you can enjoy delicious food in a one-of-a-kind setting. They serve a range of lunch items and a fantastic high tea.
3000 Gateway St. #406, Springfield, OR 97477
Would you take this trip? Share your thoughts and experiences with us!
For more great Oregon antique stores, check out our previous article:
You Can Find Amazing Antiques At These 10 Places In Oregon.