10 Best Antique Shops in Tucson: Vintage Furniture, Clothing and More

Tucson is known for its long and rich history as an Old West outpost, so it's no surprise that the city is home to an eclectic selection of antique stores boasting loads of vintage gems.

It's hard to beat the sheer breadth of vintage finds at Copper Country Antiques, a bustling antique mall with over 250 dealers under one roof, along with 32,000 square feet of shopping under one roof and personal shopping services, chances are you'll discover a new favorite treasure at Copper Country Antiques.

Buffalo Trading Post is another great resource for unique finds, especially if you're looking for vintage western wear.

If you're searching for hard to find high-end antique furnishings and architectural elements, head to Designers Craft in Tucson, where you'll find everything from antique doors to turn-of-the-century moldings. Tucson's unique Southwestern history makes this one of the best cities in the country to find quality Native American, Mexican, and Spanish Colonial goods.

Morning Star Traders is one of the city's top dealers in quality antique Southwestern jewelry, American Indian pots, rugs & blankets, baskets and artwork.

Another great resource is Michael D. Higgins & Son Antique Indian Art, one of the city's top dealers in antique Native American and Southwestern art. 

For excellent antique shopping in midtown, check out The Grey House Antiques, a well-organized store brimming with antique furniture, clothes and other treasures. 



Another Man's Treasure specializes in quality used furniture and miscellaneous household items. This Tucson antique store has been family owned and operated since 1975, making it one of the oldest antique stores in town. The secret to this...  Read More



This family owned and operated antique shop is a collector's paradise with over 200,000 items in stock on any given day. You'll find toys, Western products, and huge collection of both antique and collectible dolls. Jewelry, art glass, silver,...  Read More

22nd Street Antique Mall
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Prepare to spend at least an hour at the 22nd Street Antique Mall in Tucson. This is one of the bigger antique malls in town, with a diverse array of antique and vintage merchandise. The antique mall is full of booths from independent vendors,...  Read More



Buffalo Trading Post is the sophisticated "older sibling" to Buffalo Exchange, Tucson's popular buy-sell-trade clothing boutique. The store specializes in clothes and fashion accessories for sophisticated women, carrying brands like Coldwater...  Read More

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The owner of Designers Craft, Michael Midkiff, travels the world in search of finely crafted, visually arresting furniture and architectural elements. He has particularly beautiful items from India, China and Thailand, including moldings and...  Read More



Michael Higgins has an eye for Native American art and antiques, honed over many years and countless travels. As a Charter Member of the Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association, Higgins is a top dealer in authentic Southwestern treasures. Some of...  Read More



Morning Star Traders is one of the oldest and well-respected dealers of antique American Indian art and Spanish Colonial furniture in Tucson. Centrally located on Speedway Boulevard, Morning Star Traders carries a huge selection of antique,...  Read More



Arte de la Vida is a uniquely Tucson vintage and antique art specialty shop specializing in beautiful Mexican and southwestern art, furniture and collectibles. The store is bursting with color and texture, from gorgeous hand-crafted masks to...  Read More



Copper Country Antiques in Tucson is one of the city's largest and most vibrant antique malls featuring 32,000 square feet of shopping. There are plenty of treasures and bargains to be found at Copper Country Antiques in Tucson. Whether you are...  Read More



The Tucson shopping scene is brimming with antique malls and cool vintage specialty shops. One the city's most consistently well-stocked antique stores is The Grey House Antiques, located one block south of Fort Lowell on Campbell Avenue in...  Read More


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