Southern California September 09, 2017
If You Love Antiques, You’ll Want To Head To This One Southern California Town That’s Brimming With Treasures
Southern California is home to one of the most charming towns where you can spend an entire day shopping for antiques. If you love all sorts of vintage treasures including furniture, home decor, vintage jewelry, artwork, books and so much more, then you’ll want to head out to this SoCal town where you can spend the entire day shopping and browsing in the most darling antique stores imaginable.
If you've ever visited Orange, CA before, which is immediately recognizable by its signature fountain in the center of town, you know this is one charming destination where you could linger all day long.
But did you also know that the downtown district of Orange happens to be one of the number one antique shopping towns in SoCal?
You could easily spend an entire day shopping for antiques without ever having to get in the car. Here are a few of our favorite antique shops that are all within walking distance of each other.
Orange Circle Antique Mall
If you'd like to browse antiques from many different vendors, you'll hit the jackpot at Orange Circle Antique Mall where independent sellers each have their own booth featuring a unique variety of antiques and oddities. You can find this shop at 118 S Glassell St.
From old books to vintage hardware and every type of antique decor for the home, Muff's Hardware has a little bit of everything at this locally owned shop. Muff's is located at 135 S Glassell St.
Tea Leaf Cottage
You'll be enchanted with the antiques and vintage treasures waiting to be discovered at Tea Leaf Cottage. You can find this charming shop at 141 N Glassell Street.
A & P Collectibles
For over thirty years, A & P Collectibles has been a familiar and friendly antique store in the dowtown district of Orange. You'll find furnishings, vintage dishes, and all sorts of collectibles. A & P is located at 146 N Glassell Street.
Located at 169 N Glassell Street, Woody's Antiques is another great find along the antique row in historic Olde Towne Orange featuring a wide variety of antique furnishings that will add a touch of character to your home.
For another antique destination that features lots of goods from individual sellers, you'll enjoy a day of browsing at Antique Station. Vintage furniture, clothing accessories, housewares, and art are just a few of the things you'll find at Antique Station located at 178 S Glassell Street.
Aunt Jo's Antique Emporium
From furniture to housewares and vintage toys galore, this charming antique store has a variety of rotating merchandise that's always fun to look through. Not only do they sell antiques, but they also buy antiques so if you have any of your own treasures you'd like to put on the market this would be a great place to check out. Aunt Jo's is located at 860 N Main Street.
Country Roads Antiques
Located at 204 W Chapman Avenue you'll find a darling antique store with treasures for your home, yard, and garden. Country Roads is filled with many charming displays that will remind you exactly why you love to spend the day antiquing.
Doesn’t this look like a fun way to spend a day in Southern California? Have you ever had the chance to spend an afternoon in the town of Orange? Let us know in the comments where you like to shop and dine when visiting downtown Orange.