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Puget Sound, WA

With a rich heritage of logging, milling and fishing, Washington’s Puget Sound not only boasts a bevy of scenic attractions but numerous antiques shops and special events. Tacoma and nearby Lakewood have about 45 shops, and the city’s antiquing events include an outdoor Antique & Craft Fair and an Antiques Show and Sale. And on the Kitsap Peninsula, nearly every small town has at least one antique store. In Seattle, there are more than 120 antiques shops offering American, English, Continental, and Asian furniture, decorative arts, fine art and Native American art and artifacts.

If you still want more antiques, Snohomish, 15 miles northeast of Seattle, is “the antiques capital of the Northwest.” Founded in 1859, its downtown is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, a community that includes several malls, and 24 individual dealer locations. Fifty miles north of Snohomish is La Conner, a waterfront town that has several antiques shops. And when it comes to museums, there are plenty in the vicinity to choose from as well. Highlights include the Quilt Museum, the historic Gaches Mansion, the Museum of Northwestern Art, along with the spring poetry and tulip festivals.

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