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10 Texas Hill Country Antiques Shops You Need to Check Out

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10 Texas Hill Country Antiques Shops You Need to Check Out

By Karla Blackstock, Wide Open Country

There is still time this Summer to hit the Texas Hill Country Antique Trail. Small towns in and around the Hill Country offer some of the best antique and vintage finds for indoors and out. Most shops have items that can be cleaned up and used “as is” or that can be made into new functional home pieces. From plates and hutches to benches and wagon wheels, you are sure to find relics to showcase in your home.

Most shop owners know the history on the items they sell, making your adventure a wonderful history lesson for the kids. Finding those perfect worn, torn or shabby chic collectibles make antiquing fun for all ages. Gather the family or your friends and hit the antique trail. Shop-hop or spend the day in one location; just be sure to have fun.

1. Gruene Antique Company

10 Texas Hill Country Antiques Shops You Need to Check Out

Photo: Facebook/Gruene Antique Company

With tons of possibilities for gifts, this shop has finds that span several generations, including crystal, glass and other kitchenware.

2. Country Accents Antique

10 Texas Hill Country Antiques Shops You Need to Check Out

Photo: Facebook/Country Accents Antique

Here you can find quality American antiques. If you are looking someone to restore some of your own vintage pieces, give Country Accents Antiques a visit.

3. Junque Dynasty

10 Texas Hill Country Antiques Shops You Need to Check Out

Photo: Facebook/Junque Dynasty

With upcycled vintage finds from jewelry to furniture, this shop has all you could as for. If you are looking for the perfect outdoor antique, you might need to head over to Johnson City.

4. Rain Bird Gallery

10 Texas Hill Country Antiques Shops You Need to Check Out
Photo: Facebook/Rain Bird Gallery

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