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This modern antique shop is a far cry from the dusty, crowded antique shops you're probably used to. Carefully curated, this massive 20,000 square foot shop features the best of the best from over 100 different dealers. The Nat as locals call it, is short for the Natatorium and was originally opened in 1922 as a swimming center. Since then, The Nat has undergone various renovations, been a dance hall, a supper club, ballroom and closed in the 60's. Today, The Nat has once again been remained and now serves as a marketplace for antique dealers, craftsmen and such. Find gorgeous handcrafted items along with lovely antique furniture and accessories.
There is no doubt that Route 66 Historic District is a haven for antique lovers. Strewn with many such shops, you will find unique, eclectic and rare finds that will make a collector happy. Opened in 1980, 6th Street Antique Mall is spread across more than 6000 square feet (557.42 square meters) and only sells items that aren't beyond 1979. The more than 60 vendors only sell vintage items and antique objects. If you are looking for repurposed objects, reproductions or even crafts, you won't find it here. Explore this mall to decorate your home or add on to your vintage collection.
Alley Katz Antique Emporium is nestled in a historic building on Route 66. The historic Route 66 is dotted with several charming shops, mostly antiques and this shop is one of the largest in the area. Over here you will find a plethora of options for your antique hunting and shopping expedition. From unique to vintage, collectibles to memorabilia, toys and games to artworks and more, you will find all kinds of interesting things at this emporium.
OPJ Furniture and Antiques is the brainchild of John Gosser and Cindy Milbern, who are antique and vintage lovers. If you love chic, eclectic antiques and something unconventional, then this place will intrigue you with their collection. From collectibles to home decor, lighting to mirrors, ceramics and just about anything and everything in between, you will be fascinated by their carefully curated collection.
Located in the small town of Amarillo, Texas Ivy Antiques is a 1920's colonial house converted into a petite antique shop. Whether you're looking for 18th Century rarities or 19th Century gems, this little locally owned boutique has an eclectic selection. Antique furniture, china sets, tiara glass, books and old route 66 memorabilia are some of the things are available here. Owner Dora Meroney is extremely helpful and with a few expert tips, you could walk out of here with unique items and great deals.