There’s something extra special when you find a one-of-a-kind treasure after hours of browsing. Antique stores are chock-full of hidden gems, neat knick-knacks and historic pieces. Below, we highlight just a few of the places you can go antique shopping in Carmel, Noblesville and Westfield, Indiana.
Main Street Shoppes
You can’t miss Main Street Shoppes in Westfield with the large outdoor mural of a 1900s main street scene. This store sells antiques, collectibles and home decor and has been in business for 20 years. Explore the various booths featuring custom-painted furniture, old records and vintage photos. If all that shopping works up an appetite, head next door to Big Hoffa’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que for smoked meats and other delicious eats.
“This is a great antique store. Why? It has just SO much stuff. You could spend hours looking at all the stuff and things.” -Yelper Nicole S.
Carmel Old Town Antique Mall
Find Carmel Old Town Antique Mall on Main Street in the Carmel Arts and Design District. Take some time to browse the two levels of antiques then explore the local shops and galleries nearby like Silver in the City, R4 Galleria and Indiana Artisan Store. Make a day of it and grab something to eat or drink at the Pint Room, Mudbugs Cajun Cafe or Peace Water Winery.
“This is the real deal. It's deceptively large and brimming with real vintage stuff: jewelry, books, art, photos, ephemera. I had such fun scouring almost all the booths, but ended up spending more than 2 hours there and could've spent more.” -Yelper Tiffany B.
Noblesville Antique Mall
Noblesville’s historic and charming atmosphere makes for the perfect place to shop for antiques, especially at Noblesville Antique Mall. Spend the afternoon wandering the Historic Noblesville Square and fuel up with brunch at Rosie’s Place.
“I always fall in love with something. The items are sold by individual vendors, and each booth has different items with a different range of prices. The staff is friendly! Also, this place is HUGE (3 stories, lots of little corners to explore). Take some time here!” -Yelper Aubrey M.
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