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California is chock full of beautiful scenery and abundant in antiques. Los Angeles is not only full of glitz and fashion, it boasts hundreds of antique shops and major shows, and flea markets galore. San Francisco and its surrounding areas have 600 antiquing opportunities. Sonoma County not only has great wine and gorgeous scenic views, but plenty of antique shops and festivals to enjoy as well.


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Palm Springs and Environs

100 miles east of Los Angeles, nestled under the towering 10,000 foot San Jacinto mountain range, lies the iconic desert oasis resort of Palm Springs, gateway to the fascinating Coachella Valley, also known as “The Desert”. Long known as the playground of the stars, Palm Springs is one of the world’s epicenters of both Spanish Revival and mid century modern architecture, design and style, and has many shops that focus on these popular areas of antiques and  More »

Sonoma County

35 miles north of San Francisco lies Sonoma County, an area known for its beautiful scenery, redwood trees and of course, wineries. But what you might not know is that Sonoma County is also home to hundreds of antiques dealers. The best way to find these dealers is to follow Antique Row, a route that stretches eight miles along Highway 116. All along this route you’ll find items that range from formal country furniture to early 20th century radios to milk glass lamps to vintage fruit  More »

San Francisco

San Francisco is not only known for the Golden Gate Bridge, but for its 600 golden antique shopping opportunities –all of which you can take advantage of in the Jackson Square and Sacramento Street sections of town. Also in this area, some of the country’s best antiques events, including the San Francisco Antiques Show, the Jackson Square Promenade, and the city’s many flea markets. Elsewhere in the Bay Area, you’ll find a good variety of antiques stores in Berkeley,  More »

Monterey Peninsula

The Pacific coast that lies between Los Angeles and San Francisco, is more than just a pretty view – it’s towns are home to a wide variety of antique stores. The towns of Carmel, Monterey, and Pacific Grove, contain about 40 antique stores in all. Monterey is best known for Cannery Row but is now a destination for antique-lovers, as it contains several antiques malls and numerous individual shops. Pacific Grove, which began in the late 19th century as a Methodist tent camp, also  More »

Greater Los Angeles

When you think of antiques, do you think of Los Angeles? Well, you should. Los Angeles and its surrounding towns are not all about high fashion and high heels, Los Angeles is also known for two internationally recognized antique shows, two major monthly flea markets, and many small flea markets. And because of the area’s Spanish heritage, this is a particularly good area to find everything from the Continental pieces to mid-century Moderne to shabby chic. Los Angeles has about 400  More »