Stumbling upon a nice antique store when you’re sightseeing is great. But stumbling upon a street full of antique stores is even better! There are indeed many small towns in the United States, more or less known, which are however famous for their high concentration of antique stores per capita. While most of the prestigious antique dealers and shows are based in big cities, many under-the-radar locales often turn out to be real treasure troves for antiques & vintage. As we all known, hidden treasures can be found in all sorts of places. And smaller towns around the country tend to offer far better deals than big cities – not to mention much more charm, too! What makes these towns stand apart from the rest is their surprisingly high concentration of antique shops and competitive prices. From Adamstown, Pennsylvania to Cottonwood, Arizona, here is our selection of the best towns for antiquing in the US.