You don’t need to be an encyclopedia of furniture knowledge or have your own reality show to find the joy in hunting for that perfect piece. Las Vegas is full of exciting local gems in which to hunt down century-old treasures, full of history or shrouded in mystery. Here is what you need to know and where to start for your first antiquing adventure.

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Not Just Antiques Mart
1422 Western Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 384-4922

Featuring 12,000 square feet of antiques, collectibles and art, the shopping experience at Not Just Antiques Mart is sure to leave you satisfied. Don’t get confused when looking for this store–it also goes by the name “Call Renee Estate Liquidation,” but as long as you’re at the right address on Western Avenue, you’re just where you need to be to begin your treasure hunting journey. The antique shop/liquidation locale offers themed shopping rooms to help make your antiquing experience as unique as possible. The Vegas shop even houses a tea room where you can take a break from your shopping spree and stop for a snack. This multi-purpose shop can also come to your home to do estate liquidations.

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Antique Mall of America
9151 S. Las Vegas Blvd. #344
Las Vegas N.V. 89123
(702) 933-2791

With more than 25,000 square feet of collectables and more than 100 vendor booths to choose from, it’s hard not to find something you’ll love when shopping at the Antique Mall of America. The venue offers a wide variety of old world collectibles, art, coins, jewelry, antiques and more. Feast your eyes upon sapphire rings and gold emeralds, abstract art and still-life paintings from the 1800s, bronze busts and crystal vases, and antique oak furniture.

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Charleston Antique Mall
560 S. Decatur Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89107
(702) 228-4783

A local Las Vegas favorite for years, Charleston Antique Mall has just moved to its new location on Decatur this May. Boasting a new 18,000 square foot floor (2,000 more square feet than the former location), the mall has many of the same vendors we all know and love in addition to some new booths. You can always be sure to find a great selection of vintage clothing, costume jewelry, furniture, wall décor, kitchen items, tiki collectables, cartoon collectables and much more. Owners Cal and Michelle Tully know their antiques, and the friendly staff will help you find just what you’re looking for.

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The Funk House
1228 S. Casino Center Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV 89104
(702) 678-6278

Located in the heart of the Arts District, this First Friday favorite has a wonderful selection of 1950s modern art glass, ceramics, paintings, advertising collectables, furniture, props, antique art and local artwork. Find unique pieces like a vintage comedy/tragedy theater masks, a three-piece antique Tiffany desk set, old equestrian riding boots and hats, cowhide trunks and even antique prosthetic legs.

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Lost Vegas Antiques
625 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(702) 382-1882

As the previous owners of The Las Vegas Historical Gambling Museum at the Tropicana, The Lost Vegas Gambling Museum, and most recently, Main Street Antiques, these guys know what they are doing. This antique shop is unique because it specializes in Las Vegas’ historical and exciting past. It features collectible items from the mob days, Vegas celebrities and historical casinos. In addition to the Vegas memorabilia, you will find a traditional antique selection of coins, art, jewelry and more. Still need a reason to go? Lost Vegas offers free coffee and cookies to all of its customers.

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Susan Tosches-Deneau resides in Las Vegas and is a fashion design graduate who focuses part of her time on freelance writing. She specializes in shopping, style, do-it-yourself projects, and eco-friendly fashions. Susan loves collecting classic and unique styles; she claims she can find wardrobe additions from just about anywhere. Her work can be found at