Antiquing in St. Augustine, FL
People come from all over the world to visit St. Augustine, FL, the oldest city in the U.S. And what better way to immerse yourself in that history than to spend the day antiquing? We’ve created a perfect list to guide you on your treasure hunting so that you can focus on finding that special something.
- Spanish Main Antiques—Find nautical themed items here such as coins, jewelry, and other shipwreck artifacts. These items are sourced from either the owner (who is a diver) or from other treasure-seeking divers.
- Cool and Collected—There’s a little something from every decade at this delightful shop. Find vintage items going back as far as the 1930s to add a little funkiness to your home or wardrobe.
- The Painted Lady—Home furnishings take center-stage in this antique shop. Whether you’re looking for handpainted, distressed, or simple vintage items, this is a one-stop-shop for you.
- Antiques & Things—This shop has a little bit of everything, from clothing and jewelry to furniture and housewares. You’re bound to find something unique and wonderful here.
- A Step Back in Time—You’ll love the atmosphere of this shop. Browse their wide selection of nautical items, clothing, jewelry, furniture and more to see why this shop was voted best of St. Augustine in 2018 by the readers of the St. Augustine Record.
- Around the World Marketplace—Art collectors will love this quaint shop where you can find pieces from all around the world. You’re sure to find a unique gift from their wide selection of imports.
Churchill & Lacroix, Antiquaire—Serious antiquers will love this beautiful store. Housed in the courtyard of the Lightner Museum, this shop offers fine jewelry, fine china, porcelain, and all sorts of other antiques dating as far back as the 18th century.
- Anastasia Antique Center—You’ll find a little bit of everything in this wide selection of items including jewelry, glass, furniture, rugs, home decor, and clothing.
- Sea Bridge Landing Antiques—Items in this shop come from all over the world and include pottery, fine art, clothing, glass, primitives, and more!
When you’ve shopped till you’ve dropped, why not stop and recharge at one of the historic district’s top-rated restaurants, such as the Maple Street Biscuit Company or Catch 27. If you find yourself needing a rest on Anastasia Island, try O’Steens or Gas Full Service Restaurant. With so many antiquing choices near Casa de Solana, you won’t regret choosing us as your home base for treasure-hunting. We’ll fuel you up in the morning with our exquisite breakfasts, and we’ll have you recharged for the next day of adventures with our cozy, comfortable rooms. Book a room today and start your next treasure-hunt at Casa de Solana!