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As an antique destination the Southeastern United States encompasses the old south, in places such as Savannah and Charleston, the new south in Ashville and Atlanta and the East Coast of Florida, which has its own southern definition. Each antique destination in the Southeast has a fabulous selection of antiques, as well as a pathway to America’s past.

Destinations

West Palm Beach, FL

Beautiful, wealthy, refined and steeped in old school glamour, West Palm Beach is where the rich go to shop for expensive antiques. Visit its 45 shops along the pristine Antique Row on South Dixie Highway, and you’ll be sure to come across more than one dreamy decorative item. Several major shows also take place in West Palm, starting in January and running through mid-March. The first is called the Winter Antiques Show, held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, the others are known as, the Palm Beach  More »

The Treasure Coast of Northern Florida

North Florida was nicknamed “the treasure coast” for good reason. The area, which includes St. Augustine, Jacksonville and many non-coastal small towns, has an estimated 100 antique stores. Plus, Florida’s largest flea market/antiques fair, Renningers, is located in Mount Dora. In St. Augustine, most of the antique shops are located in the town’s district along San Marco Avenue, while others are located on Granada and Aviles streets and King Street. There is also a mall at the Lightener  More »

Savannah, GA

Perhaps best known for John Berendy’s 1994 nonfiction bestseller, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, Savannah, haunting, beautiful and rich in antiques, has much more to offer than a good story. The city is peppered with small shops, antique malls, and galleries filled with topnotch jewelry, collectibles, Chinese porcelains, and Continental and Southern furniture. Founded in 1733, Savannah has over two square miles of 1,500 preserved historic structures used as businesses, residences,  More »

Atlanta, GA

When it comes to antiques, you won’t find a bigger selection to choose from than in Atlanta, Georgia. Rebuilt after the Civil War, Atlanta’s love for antiques has only increased over time. Consisting of three antique-centric neighborhoods, you’ll find everything from multi-dealer shops to individual stores, to malls to consignment dealers. Any time of year is a good time to visit Atlanta, but on the second weekend of the month, two shows attract buyers from around the world. The shows go  More »

Charleston, SC

Charleston, founded in 1670, is proud of its history and its antiques. It was the first city in the U.S. to establish a museum and the first to zone an historic district. One of the America’s busiest ports in the 18th century, Charleston quickly became known for the finer things in life – and their hundreds of cabinetmakers and craftsmen. You can see some of their work today in Charleston’s more than 150 antique dealers, which offer everything from 18th and early 19th century American,  More »

Asheville, NC

Located in the stunning Blue Ridge Mountains, Asheville, North Carolina has been a thriving tourist destination since the late 19th century and is home to the magnificent Biltmore estate. This French Renaissance chateau, designed by Richard Morris Hunt, was the largest private residence in the U.S. at the time. But this stunning estate is not all Asheville has to offer. It’s also home to spectacular scenery, quaint Southern restaurants and 30 antique stores; all of which have the makings of a  More »

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