Antique Lovers will Delight Over These DeKalb County, Indiana Antique Shops

Whether you are passing through for the day or spending the weekend, you will want to take time to visit these great antique shops located in DeKalb County, Indiana. Make sure to add in a stop for food at one of our fabulous restaurants or our wineries and local brewery to make your visit complete.

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Gallery 326 Antique and Auction Gallery

Gallery 326 has a great mix of automobile industry items, vintage toys, militaria and all of the estate items that we’ve grown to love. Head all of the way to the back for some very interesting exotic taxidermy mounts, including a giraffe. Make sure you get on their mailing list for auctions. The shop is located right off the highway so it’s a convenient stop if you are just passing through. 


Antiques on Fifth -109 E Fifth Street, Ste E, Auburn

Located in Downtown Auburn, Antiques on Fifth is exactly what you are hoping for when you visit an antique mall – plenty of glassware, home decor, tools, collectibles, etc. and lots to look through. Head to the back and down the hall to find multiple rooms filled with antique goodies. This place was bustling with activity on the day of my visit so be sure to grab your favorites before they’re gone. 


Cranberry Cottage – 214 W. 6th St., Auburn

This is another gem located on Sixth Street in downtown Auburn. What’s not to love about an adorable old church that houses a cozy cafe, ice cream parlor, and fabulous gift shop? Stop for lunch and finish up with a stroll through antiques, home decor, clothing, and accessories. (opens April) Make sure you don’t leave without trying one of her mouth-watering desserts! Sit outside on the patio during the warmer months. 


The Blue Fruit Jar – 123 W. 8th St., Auburn

The owners tell guests that the shop is like an English muffin – lots of nooks and crannies. I would say that is an honest depiction of what you find at the Blue Fruit Jar. You’ll find a little bit of everything here from estate jewelry and antique glassware to art, vintage linens, toys, and decor. Don’t be afraid to do a little digging as some of the best treasures might be hidden. Make sure you venture downstairs for plenty of more merchandise. 


Country Lane General Store – 221 N. Main St., Auburn

The General Store has a great mix of old and new treasures for your home. Over 65 vendors join together with everything from antiques and vintage items to home decor, handcrafted items, furniture, and culinary items. Check out their website for a more inclusive list or better yet, just stop in and see for yourself. This shop really has a little bit of everything and it was fun to take it all in. Our favorite part was the nostalgic candies and we loaded up with plenty of taffy and hard candies. 


Ten By Two Collectibles – 5832 CR 427, Auburn

This place is jammed full of great antiques! Located in a shop on their property just south of town, the Hissong’s have been collecting vintage toys, antiques, dinner items, etc. for several years before opening up their shop. They have by far the largest selection of antique dollhouses in the area. If you are looking for specific items, they have plenty more that haven’t made it to the shelves yet – just ask. They typically open on weekends and if the “open” flag is by the road you simply owe it to yourself to stop and come on in.  


Miss Vicki’s Antiques and Unique Vintage – 1308 S. Randolph St., Garrett

  This shop features a nice selection of boutique clothing, home decor, and handcrafted items. 

St. Joe

2nd Time Around Antiques – 98 Washington St. (St. Rd. 1), St. Joe

Wind through downtown St. Joe on St. Rd. 1 and just as you are heading out of town, you’ll find 2nd Time Around Antiques. This barn is filled with collectibles, antiques, vintage toys and second-hand items for your home. There’s a little bit of everything. While you are in town, stop downtown for some pizza or pulled pork at Pizza, Subs, and BBQ.