You never know what treasures you’re going to find in Iowa’s antique shops. Spend a day exploring – we guarantee you won’t regret it. After all, what could be better than antiquing the day away?
Amana Colonies, Amana
Willkommen to the Amana Colonies, where you’ll find seven charming villages brimming with antiques and handcrafted goods including furniture, wool blankets, candles, stoneware and more.
American Pickers & Antique Archaeology, Le Claire
Antique enthusiasts and reality TV junkies alike will get a kick out of combing through the treasures at Antique Archaeology, home base to the popular American Pickers TV show.
Iowa's Antique City, Walnut
Antique and gift shops in 1900s storefronts line the cobblestone streets in "Iowa's Antique City." See things you remember from your childhood, find that perfect addition to your collection or start a new one. According to Walnut residents, if you can't find it in Walnut, it just might not exist.
Riverbend Antiques, Davenport
There’s always a new (antique) find just around the bend at Riverbend Antiques. In fact, antiques are spread throughout seven buildings in this Quad Cities gem.
RVP ~ 1875, Jefferson
Ready to step back in time? That’s exactly how you’ll feel when you visit master furniture maker Robby Pedersen, who builds historically accurate furniture using only the tools, techniques and finishes used in 1875.
Spirit Lake Antique Mall, Spirit Lake
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You’ll want to carve out a few hours to spend exploring the Spirit Lake Antique Mall. After all, it’s the Great Lake area’s number one antique mall, boasting more than 35 antique dealers and vendors.