Are you looking for something fun to do? But aren’t sure what? Seattle is full of fun adventures to do, from a day checking out a favorite bookstore to checking out one of the local parks. However, sometimes you want to explore something a bit different. And one of the best options is a day perusing some of the local antique shops.
Today we’ve compiled a list of some of the best antique shops in the Seattle area. With all of the amazing options available, you’re going to want to check out each one of them. Don’t forget to check out the websites for updated information and current events happening before heading out. And while you’re here, be sure to check out Market Apartments to find your next dream apartment.
1) Mr. Johnson’s Antiques
Mr. Johnson’s Antiques is located in the small central business district of Montlake. While that means the space is a bit bigger than other antique stores, the shop is still clean and neatly organized for easier perusing. There is so much to offer when you visit the shop, so be sure to plan a date to visit soon.
2) Antique Touch
Located in Pike Place Market, Antique Touch is a local favorite. This Antique collector’s dream, you’ll find a huge assortment of things. From antique teacups to countless other delicate memorabilia. Don’t let the size of the shop deter you from visiting, when you visit here, you’ll see there are plenty of great treasures to find.
3) Tom Gorz Collection
When you visit Tom Gorz Collection, you’ll have a great selection of mid-century modern furniture and décor, plus vintage jewelry and so much more to look through. The store has amazing customer service and is more than willing to help you find exactly what you’re looking for. Be sure to stop in. Or at least check out their website to see some of their amazing collection of items for sale.
4) Ballyhoo Curiosity Shop
Ballyhoo Curiosity Shop is located in the Historic District of Ballard and is the perfect place to find something truly unique. The shop is a mixture of a natural history museum and an antique store. There is a wide range of unusual things that you don’t want to miss. The store celebrates all types of art.
With so many great antique stores to choose from, it can be hard to narrow it down to just one to visit. And while we’ve only chosen a handful of our favorites, there are plenty more you can go to throughout the city. What are some of your favorites to go to? Let us know in the comments.
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