3 of the Best Places To Go Antiquing in Tennessee

Kristin Luna
| February 1, 2024 | 4 Minute Read
Two women shop in an antique store. One tries on a wide-brimmed hat and the other browses a coat rack. Visit Goodlettsville

Antiques shopping in Tennessee is a favorite pastime—here’s where to unearth the best finds.


A favorite stop for celebrities—Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood call it home; Taylor Swift has gone picking for music video props here—Goodlettsville is known for great antique shopping. With three antiques emporiums—Cast + Found Vintiques, Goodlettsville Antique Mall, Rare Bird Antiques (above)—and a thrift store with a dedicated section for antiques, it’s a one-stop shopping trip that’s a stone’s throw from Nashville.

The interior of a two-level vintage market, filled with signage, pottery, clothing and lamps. Alayna Koritzke


With more than 125,000 square feet brimming with antique finds, Clarksville is a must-visit for those on the hunt for furniture and other collectibles. In downtown Clarksville, browse the bi-level Warehouse 41 Vintage Market (above), or head just south of the city to Miss Lucille’s Marketplace. This well-organized regional mall houses more than 200 vendors—many of whom sell art and handmade goods in addition to antiques—as well as a coffee shop and café.

The inside of a vintage marketplace filled with mugs, flowers, lamps and furniture. Courtesy of Liberty Vintage Marketplace


Venture outside of the cities and into Tennessee’s small towns, many of which house troves of treasures and antiques galore. In Covington, Liberty Vintage Marketplace (above) draws shoppers from all over the state to browse its varied wares; you’ll find a little bit of everything—lamps and lighting, soaps and candles, jewelry and furniture, and much, much more.

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