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New England may very well be the richest region for antique hunters in America. From the North Coast of Maine to Cape Cod to the Berkshires, “New England” is synonymous with “Antiques”. Spend a long weekend antique hunting while simultaneously enjoying the breathtaking scenery.


Cape Cod

Miles upon miles of beaches, warm ocean waters, rolling dunes, and quaint cottages all serve to make Cape Cod and Nantucket the perfect antiquing getaway. With more than 130 shops, the Cape is a popular destination for beach and antique-lovers alike. Routes 6A and 28 outlines the perimeter of the Cape, and are ideal routes for antiquing. Route 6A has the most shops, stretching from Bourne through Sandwich, Barnstable, Yarmouth, Dennis, Brewster, and Orleans, before winding up in Provincetown.  More »

The Berkshires

Known as New England’s premier antiques destination, the Berkshires contains shops along Route 7 from Great Barrington south into and beyond Sheffield, with additional shops in Egremont, Pittsfield, Williamstown and other communities. Contact the Berkshire Art and Antique Dealers Association for a full list. The Berkshires is also close to other interesting antique destinations; you can take Route 7 North to Litchfield Hills, then through Vermont and onto Hudson, New York. All places are  More »