Whether you’re hunting for 100-year-old antiques, a mid-century chrome dinette set or wanting to pay tribute to the 1970s with a larger-than-life lampshade, you’ll find your vintage treasures at one of these great shops in Edmonton.
Take a trip down memory lane at this two-story antique mall featuring over 300 different booths and showcases! Browsing through fine antiques, china, collectibles and memorabilia from every decade in the 20th century, you can spend hours just looking at all the cool stuff in here!
Located in Whyte Avenue’s busiest shopping area, this antique and retro shop has furniture, housewares and collectables from the ’60s to the ’80s including a great selection of retro clothing and vintage jewellery on consignment.
It’s a modest charity-run thrift shop, but its lack of bells and whistles is made up for by an ever-changing stock of retro solid wood furniture and vintage finds at rock bottom prices. Best things about MCC: few people know about it and the proceeds help those in need.
You’ll be greeted by an eccentric ‘Grandma’ mannequin sitting in her rocking chair, smiling at the traffic on Fort Road. Come in for new and used kitchenware, vintage toys, collectables, books, home decor and furniture. Don’t forget to say hello to Grandma!
Antique Treasure House
You won’t find it online or in a directory. Their hours are sort of “whenever they feel like it,” and the store is a little jam-packed, but you’re sure to find lots of neat treasures and solid furniture and very low prices. This house of treasures is somewhat secretly located on the corner of 85th Ave. and 107th St.