Check out the 109 antique shops on the Alabama Antiques Trail

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Vintage glassware at Huntsville’s Packard Antiques. (Packard’s Antiques Center on Facebook)

Pickers alert! Did you know that there are over 100 antique shops on the Alabama Antiques Trail? According to, there are 109 antique shops and malls across the state offering all kinds of clothing, furniture, knick-knacks and more.

Alabama Antiques Trail

The Antiques Trail in Alabama is comprised of 86 antique malls and 18 shops from the Northernmost point in Ardmore to the Southernmost point in Gulf Shores.

Keep reading for a rundown of some of the best spots on the trail.

Angel’s Antiques and Flea Market Opelika, AL

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All kinds of booths at Angel’s. (Emilyn Hamn/ Bama Buzz)

With over 68,000 square feet of space for antiques, Angel’s Antiques and Flea Market is a giant place full of unique finds. Home to over 400 vendors, this is a place you can really get lost in. Located in Opelika, this is a great spot for locals as well as Auburn students to look through aisles and aisles of curated booths.

Daphne Antique Galleria Daphne, AL

Located in Daphne, Alabama, this antique mall is the largest on the Eastern shore. With over 100 vendors, Daphne Antique Galleria has something for every vintage-lover. According to their website, they showcase items from all around the world including Victorian, Early American, French and African antiques. Only a short drive from Pensacola and Mobile, this spot on the trail is perfect for a day trip at the beach.

Packard’s Antiques Center | Huntsville, AL

According to their Facebook page, this unique antique mall located in South Huntsville has “everything to furnish a dorm room to a castle.” Packard’s Antiques Center is a multi-vendor mall that offers a wide variety of collectibles including silver, jewelry, pottery, clothing, furniture, books and much more.

Other shops on the trail

Want to check out the full list of antique malls and shops on the Alabama Antique Trail? View the trail here.

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