The 10 Best Antique Stores in Ohio! By
There's just something beautiful about items from the past. They have a kind of old-world charm that isn't present in our factory-made modern world. Ohio understands that charm and thrives on it. So if you're looking to bring some antiquity into your life, here are the top 10 best antique stores in Ohio.
If you're looking for antiques in Columbus, the Grandview Mercantile Company is one of the best places you'll find. With over 12,000 square-feet of fine quality antique, vintage furniture and decorative accessories from over 750 consignors, it's the largest antique store in the entire Midwest.
The Logan Antique Mall features over 100 dealers with antique items dating back to the 1800s and up to the 1970s. They carry a large variety of furniture, pottery, glassware, music and movie memorabilia, and more!
The Heart of Ohio Antique Center boasts 26 acres of parking for motor homes, buses, large trailer, and semis, with tour groups welcome every day of the week. At 116,000 square-feet, it's America's biggest antiques store, with over 1,400 booths and showcases. If you can't find what you're looking for here, you can't find it at all.
Berlin Village Antique Mall is located in the heart of Amish Country in Ohio and boasts two floors of antiques including glassware, large furniture, coins, and collectibles. It boasts over 26,000 square-feet and is known for its high-quality antiques and glassware
The Craft and Antique Co-Op in Painesville opened in 2002 to over 150 vendors spread over 47,000 square-feet. They were voted No. 1 in antiques on the Cleveland Hot list and they've been featured in the top 14 Northeast Ohio Antiques Shops on New Day Cleveland.
The New Paris Antique Mall began in the garage of a couple in 2007, when their barn just “got too full of old stuff.” They purchased and renovated an old lodge with over 10,000 square-feet of space and started selling antiques. The building was erected in 1874, so in addition to the vintage items, you can spend your day in an old vintage building.
The Field of Memories Antique Mall in Archbold is located just South of the historic Sauder Village on Highway 66. They offer quality antique furniture, lamps, porcelain dolls, linens, jewelry, sports memorabilia, crocks, depression-era glassware, and more!
Auntie's Antique Mall is located in the heart of Amish country and has been in business for over 20 years. They boast the largest antique mall in Geauga County, with over 100 antique dealers and over 20,000 square-feet. There are thousands of unique items to choose from, including hand-made furniture, antique dishware, jewelry, clothes, collectibles, furniture, and vintage coins.
Jeffrey's Antique Gallery has been family owned and operated since they opened their doors in July 1990, and they expanded from 700 square-feet to over 38,000 square--feet today. They feature antiques from over 300 dealers who offer everything from fine furniture to glassware, advertising tins, primitive toys, and more. Jeffrey's antique gallery is wheelchair-accessible, climate-controlled, and even pet friendly.
Heritage Square Antique Mall is the largest antique mall in Central Ohio with over 53,000 square-feet of antiques and vintage items. Their inventory comes from over 450 small business owners to assure that you get the most unique vintage items you'll ever find. Their showroom changes daily and they're open seven days a week. Customers can even negotiate the price of items priced over $80, so you can always get the best possible deal available!