The Piedmont Triad is filled with Antique Shops! Start out in High Point at Antiques and Interiors. With more than 100,000 square feet of showroom space, you will enjoy a vast array of European Antiques, accessories, and pine reproductions. Be sure to visit Vintage Thrift and Antique and Calico Collections before lunch...
Lunch at Christina Gray's Restaurant located in the historic J.H.Adams Inn
You can find many antique malls and stores in the surrounding cities of High Point. Just 20 miles away you'll find Winston-Salem. Several "not to miss" stops would include Lost in Time Antique Mall offering a large selection of primitives, glassware, linens, costume jewelry, vintage Christmas, tools, pottery and furniture. With more than 80 dealers to choose from, you will surely find a treasure to take home. NC Art & Antiques Mall has more than 50 dealers under one roof. Find antique jewelry, furniture, tools, glassware and everything in between.
Just a bit south of Winston-Salem is Thomasville, featuring Thomasville Emporium Antique Mall with more than 50 dealers with unique antiques and collectibles: Victorian, primitives, shabby chic, 50s, clocks, Coca-Cola just to name a few. Be sure to get re-energized at the Side Street Cafe with some homemade dessert and a cup of coffee.
Just a short drive away is Asheboro, where you can shop for hours at Collector's Antique Mall, located in the heart of downtown. Enjoy 35,000 sq. ft. with almost 100 dealers featuring collectibles, ranging from toys to primitives to fine wood furniture as well as mid-century housewares, books, linens, costume and fine jewelry.
Before heading back to High Point make a quick detour to Lexington. You will find several Antique Malls including Remember When Antique Mall. Another "not want to miss" stop would be Main Street Antiques, Inc, featuring furniture, primitives, collectibles, NC pottery, milk bottles and more.