It’s hard to know what treasures you’ll find when you walk into an antique store. Perusing through all the items can easily turn into an all-day event. Whether you’re on the hunt for something special, or just need to kill a few hours on a rainy day, here are 10 of the best antique stores to visit all across Nebraska.
Don’t let the name on the outside of the building fool you. Hollywood Candy in Omaha is packed from floor to ceiling with antiques and collectibles from yesteryear. Browse the incredible finds and then enjoy a treat at the vintage soda fountain inside!
If you’re looking for a variety of vintage items, this is the place. From vintage vinyl records and artwork to retro furniture and jewelry, Vintage Village Antique Mall in Lincoln is 5,000 square feet of antique goodness.
The Brass Armadillo is a massive antique mall in Omaha that is also well-known for its exceptional collection of hard-to-find books dating as far back as the 1800s. You can spend hours in this 30,000-square-foot mall!
At the Antique Corner Cooperative in Lincoln, antique-lovers share all the costs of operation so visitors can buy directly from the individual dealers. A large variety of furniture can be found here—from oak to antique furniture collectibles.
For a fun mix of vintage goods and retro-style furniture, Hutch in Omaha has it all. The gorgeously-styled store stocks everything you need to create your Mad Men-inspired dream home.
Railroad Towne Antique Mall in Grand Island offers a wide selection of collectibles and antiques. Whether you’re on the hunt for jewelry, memorabilia, or glass work, make this your first stop if you’re in the area!
For a trip down memory lane, or the ultimate gag gift, look no further than the Imaginarium Super Store in Omaha. A visit to this vintage wonderland is like digging through your grandmother’s basement. However, the treasures you’ll find will make the hunt well worth it.
You won’t find any reproductions or crafts at the Platte Valley Antique Mall in Greenwood. This antique mall strives to only offer authentic antiques and collectibles from over 150 dealers. It’s best to visit on the weekend because you might need a few hours to see it all!
Midwest Pickers in Omaha is 10,000 square-feet of mid-century, Danish modern, and antique everything. The enormous space gets busy, so don’t be surprised if a treasure you spotted yesterday disappears tomorrow!
The Aardvark Antique Mall is another finders’ favorite that will take you hours to get through and see it all. Take a nostalgic trip down memory lane and see what vintage pickings you can find for a steal.