Ten Places to Go Antiquing in Saskatchewan

Credit: Regina Antique Mall

With a rich and diverse history, the treasure hunting, picking, and antiquing in Saskatchewan can be thrilling and exciting. You never know what you’re going to find or what piece might speak to you. Be sure to check out the many great businesses through the province and the exciting sales!

Ten Antique Stores (And Sales) to Visit in Saskatchewan

Antique Mall, Regina

Featuring over 21,000 square feet of antiques and over 40 dealers, the Antique Mall is any treasure hunter’s paradise. The treasures are located on three separate floors. Whether you’re looking for knick-nacks, old magazines or comics, toys, cameras, jewellery, dishes, furniture, or vintage clothing, the Antique Mall has you covered. The building itself is also quite nice!

Kinder Surprises Antiques, Davidson

Located 6km East of Davidson, Kinder Surprises Antiques has steadily grown into a real treasure trove. Usually open towards the end of April (watch the Facebook page for announcements on opening dates), located in a barn and in several outbuildings, antiques of all shapes and sizes are waiting for their new homes.

Old George’s Museum and Hidden Village, Whitewood

Located on the North side of Highway 1, this private collection is a must see. The artifacts sprawl through a 9000 square foot house with over 17 rooms. Don’t miss this little hidden historical gem! (It is advised to call first, though you might be able to stop in too.)

Fergie’s Antiques and Collectibles, Outlook

Located in Outlook, this little gem is a must see if you find yourself in the area! Treasures await in all shapes and sizes. The collection of vintage and antique items is definitely worth a look. Who knows, you might just take home a new treasure!

Grace and Thyme, Regina

From vintage to antique, the chances of walking in and scoring an amazing find at Grace and Thyme are pretty good! If you love antique furniture, but you’re just not into the wood look, Grace and Thyme often has upcycled items and painted furniture looking for its new home. Be sure to watch the Facebook page for opening information, sale dates, and classes offered.

Annual Moose Jaw Antiques Show, Moose Jaw

While it’s not an antique store, this two day sale is worth checking out, even if you have to make the drive. Dozens of venders will be on hand displaying their wares. Anything from vintage household items to car parts and petrolina, it’s going to be here!

33rd Street Market, Saskatoon

If you’re in the area, be sure to stop in at the 33rd Street Market. Offering a varied and interesting collection of items, you’ll likely be able to score some new treasure. Best of all, the items are reasonably priced. If you watch the Facebook page, they also post about flea markets in Saskatoon and area, so don’t miss out!

Western Development Museum, Saskatoon

Okay, so this isn’t an antique store, but there is an incredible collection of antiques in the building ranging from the turn of century. You can walk the indoor street and check them all out.

Really, this one made the list because every April, they offer an amazing flea market featuring handmade goods, tasty treats, and antique treasures. The prices are always right, so keep this one in mind!

Prairie Vintage Revival, Regina

If you’re looking for that special piece of furniture to add to your home, Prairie Vintage Revival, a small local business, specializes in upcycled, restored, and refinished antique furniture. From time to time, they also offer a variety of unique vintage and antique finds ranging from dishes to art to ornaments and knick-knacks for staging. If you like something, the prices are always right, so don’t hesitate to snap it up. From time to time, they offer refinishing classes for all the DIYers out there. Follow the Facebook page, as they don’t have a store location.

Antique Vintage Country Market, McLean

Also not an antique store per se, this sale, located about 1km South of McLean, (hosted by Country Acres Weddings & Events) is always a great one to mark on the calendar. Many vendors will be set up displaying their unique, vintage, and antique wares. This year (2019) the sale runs May 25-26.
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