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If your passion is Native American artifacts and crafts, the Southwest is a great place to visit. Santa Fe and Albuquerque, NM have abundant shopping and festivals. East Texas has many high end antique shops and museums to peruse.The Texas Hill Country is dotted with history filled towns. Glendale and Phoenix, AZ also have many shops and shows to keep you busy. Take home a piece of the wild west!


Callie Magee Antiques

There are 7 antique stores and malls in the downtown courthouse square area alone plus some outside the city. There are also following places to visit: Sam Houston Museum with 3 Houston houses, Gibbs Powell House c 1862, Prison Museum, Hearts Veterans Museum

Glendale, AZ

Dating back to 1892, Glendale is a town filed with red brick storefronts, sidewalks dotted with gaslights, and a downtown square. Glendale’s ten-block retail area, is not only a nice place to stroll, it’s also a nice place to go antiquing; about 100 shops reside here. Walk through these stores and you’ll find everything from 1920s oak furniture and other vintage items, to objects evoking the Old West, to décor items sourced internationally, especially Asia. When it comes  More »

New Mexico

If Native American antiques and artifacts are your style – there’s no better area in the country than these. Santa Fe contains more than 75 shops, Albuquerque over 50, and Taos about 12. The drive from Santa Fe to Taos cruises by Carson and Santa Fe National Forests, and several Indian Reservations, which have many antique shops as well. If you have a keen interest in tribal antiques, August is the month to visit New Mexico; all three towns hold antiques shows devoted to tribal  More »

Round Top, TX

Texans do everything on a big scale – and their antique events are no exception to this Texan rule. Every year, in early April and October, the town of Round Top hosts the Original Round Top Antiques Fair, the areas oldest show and one of the nation’s most successful. Over the years, many small sideshows have rolled out the red carpet as well; one of the best is the Marburger Farm Antique Show. If you haven’t gotten your fill from the Round Top – local towns such as  More »

East Texas

Fort Worth and Dallas are both spectacular cities to shop for antiques – especially if you’re into the high-quality, high-priced tagged variety. Head east from Dallas and you’ll find even more antiques in towns such as Tyle, Longview and even as far as Jefferson. East Texas’ biggest antiques show is Canton’s First Monday Trade Days. Attracting more than 4,000 vendors, this event features all kinds of interesting items, from vintage to 20th century to ranch  More »

Texas Hill Country

Just west of Austin and San Antonio lies Texas Hill Country, a landscape made up of charming towns and great antique finds. Settled in the mid-19th century, mostly by German immigrants, approximately 37 ethnic groups established Texas neighborhoods, farms and ranches, wineries and plenty of antique shops. You’ll find most of these shops in New Braunfels, Boerne, Fredericksburg, Kerrville and Comfort. All of them feature a wide range of items, from country antiques and painted furniture,  More »