Camden’s “Antique Street”

Step Into The Past and Hunt For Treasure

A must-visit destination for vintage goods, antiques and unique finds.

Camden is home to one of the most charming antique districts in the state, if not the country. Spanning from The Downtown Cultural District to Dusty Bend, Broad Street is lined with a variety of antique shops and specialty stores, making it a popular destination for antique enthusiasts and collectors.

One of the most iconic shops on Broad Street is Camden Antiques Market, which has been operating for over 30 years. The shop specializes in unique and one-of-a-kind antique pieces, ranging from furniture to art to collectibles. Another must-visit shop is Menagerie Antiques & Collectibles, which has over 20 vendors offering a wide selection of vintage and nostalgia items, including jewelry, silver, and porcelain. In Dusty Bend, AAA Pickers is just that – a picker’s paradise! Aside from the antique shops, Broad Street is also home to a variety of other specialty stores, including an indie bookstore with an expansive vintage book collection. And a quilt and fabric boutique that specializes in vintage Singer sewing machines.

Experiences & Destinations

So much to explore on Antique Street, you’ll need to make a weekend of it!

Antique Stores
AAA Pickers, 2206 Broad Street
Broad Street Treasures, 1017 Broad Street
Camden Antiques Market, 830 Broad Street
Heritage Antique Mall, 113 East DeKalb Street
Menagerie Antiques & Collectibles, 1028 Broad Street
The Mercantile Coins & Silver, 1110 Broad Street
Rutledge Exchange, 411 Rutledge Street
Vintage Collections, 938 Broad Street
Vintage Reflections, 528 E. DeKalb

Books on Broad & Coffee, 944 Broad
Broad & Vine, 1025 Broad
Candy’s at the Granary, 509A Clyburn
Everyday Gourmet, 2204 Broad
Loopy Lemon Cafe, 611 Rutledge
Sam Kendall’s, 1043 Broad