For antiques fans, there’s nothing quite as fun as perusing a variety of shops for unknown treasures. With most shopping, you go in with a list or idea of what it is you’re after. When it comes to antique shopping, however, most of the joy comes from discovery and surprise. You never know what you’ll find!
That’s why towns like Mason, with its concentration of antiques shops, are so appealing.
While most towns have at least one antiques shop or flea market to poke through, a collection of such shops is a good sign. Clusters of antiques shops can mean competitive prices and a wider selection. Two things shoppers of any stripe can appreciate!
This describes the Mason antiques scene well. Large shops supporting numerous independent vendors and displaying a wide range of fine antiques. Further, the town has been known for its antiques since the 70’s, so you know you’ll be looking at some serious vendors.
Mason Antiques Shops
Old Mill Antiques – 207 Mason Street, Mason, MI 48854
Furniture, glassware, pottery, jewelry, toys, clothing, books, magazines, advertising items and much more.
Timeless Treasures – 525 North Cedar Street, Mason, MI, 48854
10,000, pet-friendly square feet of unique antiques and collectibles on one 1 floor. Lionel trains, jewelry, silverware, LP Records, Noritkake China, imported vases, Fenton collectibles, and more.
Simply Vintage Marketplace – 208 Mason Street, Mason, MI 48854
Mid Century modern, jewelry, lamps, furniture, records, plus a small comic shop with vintage toys and bins of raw antiques for projects!
Maple Street Mall – 108 W Maple Street, Mason, MI 48854
A unique collection of antiques, collectibles, hand-crafted goods and re-purposed specialty items on three levels. Almost 10,000 square feet and over 55 vendors.
Getting There from The English Inn
Mason, MI is an easy, 15 minute drive from English Inn Restaurant & Pub. Simply head north from the Inn on M-99 for almost two miles, then take a right onto Columbia Highway. Follow this for around 8 and a half miles – crossing over, I 127 and you’re in Mason!
Many of our guests make an afternoon or even a day trip out of their visit. Mason has other shops and galleries, beyond antiques, as well as some lovely places to dine or relax.