Style in Rogers
Rogers is full of vintage shopping venues, from antique malls to flea markets galore where unique gifts become once in a lifetime finds. While there are many places to shop vintage in Rogers, here are a few places to get your shopping trip started.
Mon-Wed, 10am to 5pm; Thurs-Sat, 10am to 6pm; and Sun, 12pm to 5pm
vintage cards, buttons, embellishments, and other small items that could be used for crafting projects
Location: 2875 W Walnut Street, Rogers, AR
Hours: Mon-Sun, 10am to 6pm
Find vintage furniture, pictures and frames, kitchen items, holiday décor, fabric, ribbon, vintage clothing, and more. A vintage clothing booth that looks like a dress-up closet with hats, dresses, skirts, fur coats, and jewelry, a true vintage soul’s paradise. A vintage kitchen featuring canisters, old tables, and dishes from the 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s and a top of the line coin store. The candy store has been described as nostalgic and filled with fun candy like Sour Cry Babies.
Location: 109 W Walnut Street, Rogers, AR
Hours: Mon-Sat, 10am to 5pm
Located in downtown Rogers, you will likely run into a set of vintage metal outdoor chairs. Once you see the chairs, you know you have made it to the shop full of collectible items, vintage treasures, beautiful clocks, vintage jewelry, and more
Location: 5203 AR-94, Rogers,AR
Hours: Mon-Sun, 10am to 7pm
There are many treasures to be found in this unique mall with a wide variety of antiques, collectibles, furniture, vintage and local artisan work.
Step into the past this and fully dive into the vintage world in Northwest Arkansas with a complete list of places to shop vintage on the 25 Things to Do in Rogers #11: Visit Antique Malls & Flea Markets. The charm of the shops, owners, and unique gifts just waiting to be found is reason enough to get you in the door.
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