Spanning 57,000 Square Feet In A 114-Year-Old Building, The State's Largest Antique Store Is Hiding In This Southern California Suburb
By Natasha Kayes|Published November 15, 2022
I was born and raised in sunny Southern California and will never tire of the West Coast, although I spent several years living in Southeast Asia, about as far from California as you can get. Wherever I am in the world, I love straying from the beaten path, experiencing local life, and discovering hidden gems - camera in hand. The beach is my happy place and when I am not there (or writing), you will usually find me baking, watching movies, and cuddling my pugs. I have traveled around the country and around the world, and it never, ever gets old. Being able to combine my passion for travel and my love of writing is nothing short of a dream.
There is something particularly exciting about thrift and antique shopping. Perhaps it is finding that one impossible-to-find item you’ve been searching for. Maybe it’s running across nostalgic trinkets from your childhood that you had forgotten about. Or it may be the fun and often unexpected finds you didn’t know you always wanted. If any of this sounds like you, get ready to explore an enormous collection of treasures old and new at this huge antique store in Southern California that is also a piece of state history.
Have you personally been to this huge antique store in Southern California? What do you think? We want to hear your thoughts in the comments. Find out about this awesome store and its history on the King Richard’s website, or keep up with news and events by following the antique center on Facebook.
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