Antique Alley Resources

By Jack Humphrey | wayne-county

Jun 29
Antiques shop sign in Tring, Hertfordshire.

Image via Wikipedia

If you’ve ever wondered what it means to be part of “Antique Alley,” this list of links and maps should help.  You might just discover a whole world of things about Wayne County and antiques you never knew existed!

VisitRichmond.org Antique Alley Information

The stores and information about Antique Alley from VisitRichmond.org.

Antique Alley Trail Maps – These maps give you the lay of the land for antiquing in our area.  The are Adobe PDF and can be downloaded by clicking the links below.

“Antique Mecca… Considered the hub of Indiana’s Antique Alley and voted “Top 10 Antique Destinations”  by Midwest Living Magazine.” –Centervillein.com

Visit Indiana Antique Alley Resources

Antique-Related Articles on Go Wayne County

Google Maps Antique Alley

Find a list of antique shops and their locations on this Google map.  You can have a ton of fun with Google Maps.  On the left side you can click on, say, Webb’s Antique Mall and it will be pointed out on the map.

But for something really interesting, look in the chat bubble that pops up on the map and click the “more” link.  Then select “Street View.”  If you’ve never played with street view on Google Maps, you’re in for a treat!  Yes, the Googlemobile has driven many of our cities streets and has a street view for many places in Wayne County.

What’s your favorite Antique shop?  And do you know of other Antique Alley resources we should add to this page?  Comment below!

About the Author

Editor of GoWayneCounty.com, CEO of BrickRoadMedia.com. Twitter: @jackhumphrey