9 of the Best Antique Stores in Ohio

If you like the thrill of scavenger hunts or escape rooms, then you may not be the type to automatically rush into an IKEA when it’s home decorating time. Antiquing is more than just shopping; it’s an experience. And with all the antique stores in Ohio, you just know there are always some great finds around the corner. With that in mind, here are a few of our favorite general and/or niche antique shops in Ohio.

These Are the Antique Stores in Ohio You Need to Visit

Fairfield County is home to some of the Buckeye State’s best antique shops and malls. Each of these locations has a unique flair. And there’s a distinct possibility with any one of them that they’ve just gotten in that bookcase you’ve been dying to find, or maybe it’s that 18th-century carving you didn’t even know you needed…

So, let’s take a look, shall we?!

Olde Shoe Factory Antique Mall

If you’re into antiquing, you really have to check out Olde Shoe Factory Antique Mall. This special spot’s variety of pieces gives the biggest antique malls in Ohio a run for their money. They have 90+ vendors throughout a two-floor space with more than 40,000 square feet of pure antiquing bliss. From quilts to china and everything in between, this one is a must-visit.

Amanda Furniture & Antique Mall

Rolling right along with the coolest antique malls in Ohio, Amanda Furniture & Antique Mall has a way of making folks lose track of time. The multipurpose space contains fun yard art, amazing furniture, and plenty of other household enhancers to boot! Get a whiff of their wide variety of candles, stake your claim on a handcrafted table, or head home with your very own fairy garden! You never know what you might leave with when you step through these doors!

Curry’s Antiques

Swing by Curry’s Antiques in Lancaster for a charmingly immersive antiquing experience. Inside this lovely little cabin, you’ll meet a bunch of friendly folks dressed in period clothing. Curry’s boasts an impressive and ever-evolving variety of authentic 18th century pieces as well as stunning replicas by their talented craftspeople.

Note: In addition to holding regular hours, this antique store holds five special shows each year!

Taz Antiques & Modern Furniture

Located just north of the Rock Mill Lake Wilderness Area in Lancaster, Taz Antiques is one of the county’s most well-reviewed little antique stores. Here you can find everything from bed frames and cabinets to a full-sized suit of knight’s armor. And really, could there be any better piece to stand its noble guard in your home’s entryway or foyer?

Bodenheimer-Mayer House

It’s one of the more beloved antique shops in Ohio, but the Bodenheimer-Mayer House almost functions more like a museum for regional art. With original pieces from pre-1850s Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania, fine art enthusiasts and antiquers alike are bound to pick up some knowledge about Midwestern art history during their visit.

Buggy Seat Antiques

Near the intersection of Waterloo and Walnut in Lithopolis sits Buggy Seat Antiques. The owners have moved locations over the years, ultimately landing on a phenomenal little spot for their 18 and 19th century country fare. Looking for furniture and decor to fill out a cottage style interior? Buggy Seat should be at the top of your list.

Yesteryear’s Antiques

If you’re after some collectible items to spice up the home, you’ll certainly find those at Yesteryear’s Antiques. On top of that, this little antique store is also known for its wax melts and other locally crafted artisanal gifts. As a bonus for when you’ve worked up an appetite antiquing, El Pedregal is right next door. Grab some Hawaiian fajitas and margs from one of the 8 Great Under-the-Radar Ohio Restaurants.

Boling Antiques

Of all the antique stores in Ohio, Boling’s Antiques may be the only one with John Wayne Collector Plates for sale. Their catalog of furniture and pieces also includes the famously sought-after Windsor writing chair, a couple of lovely Barrister and Walnut Victorian bookcases, a terracotta statue from Italy, and more!

Miller House Antiques

Miller House Antiques is another good boutique option for 19th and 20th century antiquing. Also of note: Miller House is a great spot for seasonal accents, so you’ll certainly want to go baaaaaack and check it out again around the holidays… Did we mention the sheep?

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