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Antique Shopping

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by mysheltyx3, Apr 28, 2017.

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  1. mysheltyx3

    mysheltyx3 Newbie

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    My husband is the gambler in the family - I love to antique. Does anyone else share my passion and know of great antique shopping in and around Vegas? We will have a rental car, so I don't mind traveling a bit
    Thanks!!
     
  2. makuk

    makuk Low-Roller

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    Yes, there is antique alley, about 10 antique shops - you will love it, just down from the Stratosphere .
     
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    makuk Low-Roller

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    Johnzimbo VIP Whale

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    There is a decent antique shop not too far from South Point-

    9151 S Las Vegas Blvd # 344, Las Vegas, NV 89123

    Wife has hit it a few times and likes it
     
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    TableToddyy High-Roller

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    Vegas has a big flea market. somewhere, never been, seen on tv once. lol
     
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    The big flea market is probably FISM, which does not have anything in the way of true antiques. Mostly stuff like knock-off bags, discount fragrances, as seen on TV stuff, and the like. It's fun to visit, actually.

    The true antique places I found are the big one waayyyyy south on LVB in what was originally a wannabe outlet mall. It's definitely worth the trip.

    The closed antique mall on Eastern has resurfaced east of the airport. I think it's on Russell but I'm not totally sure. Google (or DDG) is your friend here. :)
     
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    roycpa High-Roller

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    Charleston Antique Mall is now on Decatur, just north of AZ Charlies . The old location by I - 15 is now being rebuilt as part of the highway improvements. It's one of the nicer traditional malls. (Not a swap meet). There is another smaller shop in the same strip mall, (Decatur) which relocated from Antique Alley.
     
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    roycpa High-Roller

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    Also, there are a few shops in Downtown Boulder City, if you don't mind driving that far.
     
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    How is the area around Antique Alley ?
     
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    Uh, what about it, exactly?
     
  11. makuk

    makuk Low-Roller

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    It's very good, you can easily spend a couple of hours there wandering all the shops.
     
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