It’s no surprise that antique malls have thrived across the Peach State, with vendors covering tens of thousands of square feet in historic building after historic building. From vintage vinyl to Civil War memorabilia, you’ll find it all in Georgia’s storied antique shops. Before you go on your next antiquing outing, make sure to add the following 10 places to your list!
Ian Henderson’s Antique Mall in Monroe, Georgia, holds the distinction of being the world’s largest antique mall. With over 100,000 square-feet and almost 540 dealers, savvy shoppers will find the finest antiques, vintage and estate liquidation items. Some of their specialties include Coca Cola memorabilia, vintage vinyl, military antiques, mid-century modern, model trains, and antique furniture. Spend an afternoon getting lost in Ian Henderson’s Antique Mall.
The Broad Street Antique Mall in Chamblee, Georgia, has been in business since 1979. With over 20,000 square-feet of antiques, dealers, decorators, and prop rentals, there’s always something new and exciting at Broad Street. The mall was featured in the television show “Creating Style” and has been called an “Antique shoppers’ choice in the Atlanta area…” by Antique Gazette. Stop by to shop for furniture, paintings, prints, photography, toys, pottery, china, sports collections and much more.
The Cobb Antique Mall is one of the newer malls in the Georgia area, having started just over 12 years ago. Today, the mall is located in a 37,000-square-foot facility and specialized in “unique, quality antique and vintage items,” according to their website. You’ll find a wide array of collectibles scattered among the antiques. Item categories include furnishings, depression glass, quilts and linens, Civil War items, books, jewelry, and much more, with new items delivered daily.
Conveniently located 10 minutes away from Georgia Southern University, the 67 Antique Mall in Brooklet, Georgia, offers over 12,000 square-feet of ever-expanding items. In addition to the indoor booths and retailers, stop by the outdoor flea market on designated days in the spring and fall, or rent a booth to sell your own wares. When you’re done shopping for the day, stop by the Bay South restaurant for a quick meal before heading home.
Queen of Hearts has three locations in Georgia, one in Alpharetta, one in Buford, and one in Marietta. Each of the locations has their own personality. According to the Queen of Hearts website, “Dealers in Alpharetta feature products targeted to designers and decorators. Marietta is more of a traditional antique store, while Buford has a lot of dealers who are creatively repurposing old items for new uses.” Each location has tens of thousands of square feet. Check their website for frequently updated events, including chili cook-offs, artist meet and greets, and celebrations.
The Green Bean Exchange in Alpharetta, Canton, and Cumming, Georgia is “an eclectic group of 3 Antique Malls with over 150 dealers…each with its own unique personality.” Items include mid-century, primitives, Art Deco, traditional, funky, vintage, retro, industrial, and much more. Would-be dealers can download an application online to join the collective. Each of the three locations are open for business daily.
The Farmhouse Antique Mall in Lake Park, Georgia is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Every corner is crammed with incredible finds, from antique furniture to vintage toys. Several visits will be necessary to truly take in everything the Farmhouse Antique Mall has to offer. The service, in particular, is noticeably great.
The largest antique store in the Lake Oconee region, the Greensboro Antique Mall in Greensboro, Georgia is open every day of the week and boasts over 11,000 square-feet and 50 unique dealers. The selection ranges from antique and vintage furniture to crystal, china, linens, glassware, pottery, coins, books, jewelry, and much more. Come check out what all the fuss is about.
Treasure Hunt Antique Mall in Powder Springs, Georgia, has over 250 booths selling antiques, collectibles and vintage items. Their mission is “to provide a relaxed, clean, positive store, filled with unique and wonderful old, vintage, and repurposed collectibles while providing excellent customer service.” The inventory, like most antique malls, is constantly being updated as new items and dealers join the mall, but you can get a look at a few selected items by following them on Facebook or Instagram.
Five Forks Antiques in Lilburn, Georgia, specializes in furniture, yard art, handmade pottery, vintage table clothes, and memorabilia, among other items. In addition to selling used goods, Five Forks offers recovery room upholstery, lamp repair, Amish canned food, and Pelindaba lavender products for sale. Fifty unique dealers offer collections of furniture, artwork, homemade soaps, lamps, collectibles, knives, pencil, wood, and metal art, collegiate items, and much more. At the time of writing, Five Forks has openings for new dealers. Feel free to fill out an application on their website to start selling your stuff today.