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Washington, Oregon and Idaho make up the Northwest region. Portland is a treat for antique lovers with the Northwest’s largest antique show, a 12 block span of antique shops known as Antiques Row and no sales tax give you more bang for your buck. Portland also has plenty of museums, restaurants, nightlife and shopping to make your visit interesting. Festivals, shows, antiques and historic and scenic attractions make up part of the fun of visiting the Puget Sound, WA area. Seattle alone has over 120 antique shops and great coffee to fuel the shopping spree!


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,  More »

Portland, OR

There’s no sales tax here, but that’s just one of many reasons to visit. Both of these towns have plenty of antiques stores, as well as Northwest’s largest antiques show. Portland’s Antiques Row is a 12-block radius that contains some 50 shops, which feature items ranging from shabby chic to collectibles to more upscale items. In mid-July and again at the end of October, Portland’s Expo Center features the Northwest’s largest antiques show. Called  More »