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Antiques in Kentucky

Antiquing in Kentucky From the tiny Hazel, Kentucky antiques scene on main street in far southwestern Kentucky to many shops in Louisville and Lexington, you’ll find plenty of places to indulge your fancy for antiques in Kentucky.

Venture into several stores and browse around – you’re sure to find the treasure you’ve been searching for.

From the big city of Louisville to quiet towns like Hazel, Kentucky, antiques are everywhere you turn in the Bluegrass State. Check the listings here to find a place to get started on your Kentucky shopping adventure.Check the listings here to find a place to get started on your Kentucky shopping adventure.

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Bourbon, Horses & History Frankfort, KY
The DeSpain Studio and Gallery, LLC, owned and operated by Jim and Donna DeSpain. The Gallery located in historic downtown Frankfort, diagonally across from the Old State Capi...
Bluegrass, Blues & BBQ Beaver Dam, KY
Pottery, glassware, books, records, furniture and more.


Bourbon, Horses & History Midway, KY
Fisher Antiques is located in the small town of Midway, KY. We deal in "a little bit of everything" when it comes to antiques and collectibles.
Kentuckys Southern Shorelines Bowling Green, KY
Kentucky’s largest indoor, climate-controlled flea market features over 85,000 sq. ft. of selections including collectibles, crafts, clothing and specialty items. Add...
Bourbon, Horses & History Georgetown, KY
We have been in business for over 40 years with a wide selection of Antiques for every budget.We have art, glassware, militaria, books, furniture, lamps, pottery, oriental, je...
Bourbon, Horses & History Lexington, KY
This independent book shop is also an appraiser with a huge inventory – some 80,000 hardback books on a variety of subjects but specializing in rare and antiquarian lite...
Caves, Lakes & Corvettes Greensburg, KY
The most imposing structure on the public square is this building constructed for a firm that was established in 1828.  It was built in 1900 and is still in near-original...
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