One of the Coolest Antique Stores in the country can be visited in Clarkesville, Georgia.
Vintage Garage Antiques officially opened November 1, 2021, towards the back of the Old Clarkesville Mill. The Old Clarkesville Mill is a huge old textile mill that is acres in size and home to multiple businesses.
Vintage Garage Antiques was created out of a necessity to expand the Miles Through Time Automotive Museum which is a 501c3 nonprofit car & history museum located inside of Vintage Garage Antiques.
To find Vintage Garage Antiques all you have to do is head straight towards the 1961 VW Beetle 15 feet in the air located on the left side of the old mill. From there you’ll see a “yard art” display with a 1947 Chevy and a 1953 Nash next to giant teal doors where you enter the store. Once inside Vintage Garage Antiques, you’ll discover upwards of 10,000 square feet worth of antiques, collectibles, and artisan items.
A massive renovation of the building has just been completed which included an all-new look from the outside and new rough-cut wood and metal accents inside. New opens were also cut through multiple walls in order to allow vehicles to come in and out of the Miles Through Time Automotive Museum. You’ll never know when you might see a 1959 Cadillac roll through the building.
New vendor booths have been going really fast and there are some awesome treasures that can be found. If you’ve ever considered selling some of your vintage collectible items you’ll want to lock in your space before it’s too late. Miles Through Time Automotive Museum alone has over 700 visitors a month that also have the opportunity to explore Vintage Garage Antiques.
For visitors looking for a cool antique shop to visit you really can’t beat Vintage Garage Antiques. The location in Clarkesville is a destination in and of itself, the building is full of character and it’s the only antique store with a full-blown 501c3 nonprofit car & history museum with over 100 years of history on display.
You can visit daily from 10 am to 5 pm.
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