Mobile, Alabama is considered to be one of the Gulf Coast’s cultural centers, so it naturally follows that it is a hotspot for antiques. This historic city has beautiful old homes and lovely squares alongside its vibrant cultural scene. On top of all this, the city affords a stunning view over Mobile Bay. With so many reasons to visit, it is easy to see why collectors of all things old and interesting have Mobile on their list of significant cities to frequent!
The antique shops of Mobile are spread nicely through the city so wherever you may be you are probably just around the corner from a treasure trove of antiques. One of the stores worth visiting on the outskirts of the city is La-La Land Boutique. This store sells a carefully curated collection of furniture, vintage clothing, accessories, and objects, specializing in mid-century modern, boho chic, rustic modern, and vintage 70’s and 80’s. Moving into the city, a small cluster of antique shops can be found on and around Mt Island Drive, including Antiques at the Loop Inc, Florida Street Vintage, and Antique Emporium at MAH.
Route 90 is the main, largest road through Mobile, and you can not drive far along it without spotting an antique store to either side. Mary Parker Antiques is packed floor to ceiling with stunning items. It is a huge store, with something for everyone within its walls. Just a few doors down is American Pop Midtown, a nice mixture of typical flea market items with some higher-quality vintage finds.
Closer to the bay in Mobile, collectors and shoppers will be pleased to find Olde Mobile Antiques Gallery. This store prides itself in offering the largest and most interesting selection of quality antique furniture, opulent accent pieces, exquisite fine art, and select collectibles on the Gulf Coast. There seems to be no end to the unique antiques within these 15,000 square feet and is a perfect stop for antiquing enthusiasts and also those searching for a conversation starter or two for their home.