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The Midwest region has many surprising antiques rich destinations to take advantage of. Michigan’s Antique Alley boasts over 900 dealers in malls and shops, plus while you visit you can enjoy the great outdoors with wonderful fishing, hiking and other outdoor livers activities. In Cincinnati you will find diverse neighborhoods with more than 100 antique shops full of treasures and many museums to visit along the way. Visit an antiques haven in Richmond, Indiana with more than 900 dealers in this locale. Let’s not forget the great town of St Louis and its historic sites. Cobblestone streets, gas lamps, antiques, shops and restaurants to enjoy on a weekend getaway.


Amherst, Wisconsin

Driving through the Midwest country side, down winding rural roads created by long gone glaciers will that take you to a unique building that was built in 1870. It is nestled in the middle of downtown Amherst, WI specializing in antique and vintage collectibles, oddities, and the unusual; this is not your typical boring antique store. They have fine art, glass, jewelry, furniture, tools, fishing items, sports memorabilia, oil, gas, beer & soda advertising items, clocks, watches, crocks, toys,  More »

4th Avenue Antiques & Collectibles

New Antique Mall! Growing everyday.. Stay tuned for more!!

Wisconsin Dells/Madison

The Wisconsin Dells is not only the self-proclaimed Water Park Capital of the world, it’s also an area rich in beautiful scenery, farmlands, historic landmarks, antiques. The town has more than a half-dozen antiques stores, and there are 20 more in nearby communities of Lake Delton, Mt. Horeb, Reedsburg, and Mauston. Many of the shops in the area are multi-dealer shops and malls, and they offer a wide variety of items to choose from. On top it that – the Dells also offers numerous  More »

Western Iowa

For farmhouse finds, as well as late 19th-century and early 20th-century furnishings, the area around West Des Moines is one of the best locations in the Midwest to be. The top two antique destinations are: Valley Junction and Walnut – which pass through pretty countryside, roadside flowers, and countless red barns and white farmhouses. Though there are many auctions in these parts, the best way to antique here is through the multi-dealer shops and antique malls. Here you’ll find  More »

Indiana's Antique Gallery

Located 73 miles from Indianapolis, close to the Ohio border, is Richmond, Indiana – antique central, featuring more than 900 dealers in shops, large malls and multi-dealer venues. There are two ways routes you can take: one is a 75-mile loop along Route 40, between Richmond and Knightstown, the second route leads north from Richmond to Portland, and across the Ohio border to Greenville, Arcanum, Englewood, Lewisburg, and Dunreith. The items you will find here are varied. From farmhouse  More »

Springfield, OH

Ever since the 1817 construction of the Erie Canal, Ohio has received a steady influx of home furnishings. Perhaps it is this history that inspired Ohioans to have an ongoing love affair with antiques. From Cincinnati to Springfield, approximately 84 miles apart, there are some wonderful antique shops. Springfield is home to an estimated 1,500 dealers, and there are more in the nearby towns of South Charleston, Harmony, Clifton, and Carlisle. When it comes to antiques shows and flea  More »

Rockford, IL

Situated throughout the rolling hills of this stunning area is a den of antiques, with more than 60 shops and multi-dealers along a route that stretches 60 miles. To find these shops, visit the towns of Rockford, Love’s Park, Rockton, Pecatonica, Winnebago and Roscoe. When you’re ready for some show action, there’s the mid-September “Pec Thing,” which draws 500 dealers, and the mid-May through September Antiques & Flea Market, which also attracts 500 dealers.  More »

North St. Louis

Right where two of North America’s greatest rivers meet, the Missouri and the Mississippi, just north of St. Louis, is prime antique real estate. In this area, you’ll find more than 20 dealers, and less than 40 minutes away, you’ll find many more. In between, there are also about 10 shops. In St. Charles – you will feast your eyes on Victorian and early 20th-century items, objects ranging from shabby chic to cottage interiors to coins, stamps, military and  More »


Believe it or not, Cincinnati, a city situated on the banks of the Ohio River, is a community with a love for all things antiques. Throughout the city’s culturally-rich and diverse neighborhoods, you’ll find more than 100 antique stores, filled with such treasures as American high country pieces, garden items, architectural elements, Victorian, Mission and Art Deco objects. In addition to fine shops, Cincinnati possesses the Duck Creek Antique Mall. Considered one of  More »