Unearth a treasure trove of vintage and antique keepsakes on your next visit to Aberdeen. Whether you’re looking for a new clothing item to add to your closet or a unique piece of artwork to frame on your wall, you can find just that plus so much more at the multiple shops in the city. Check out our guide below for a complete list of antique and thrift stores in Aberdeen.

Past and Present Mercantile

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Past and Present Mercantile in downtown Aberdeen displays thousands of antique goods. Photo credit: Kelsey Norvell.

114 E Heron St, Aberdeen, WA
360-532-9794

Past and Present Mercantile can be found in downtown Aberdeen. This store offers an endless selection of antiques of all shapes and sizes within the massive, well-organized space. The setup is in an antique mall design that allows for easy browsing through the various vendor stalls. Located within a historic building from the early 1900s, the shop will bring about waves of nostalgia as you hunt down the perfect gift or item for your home. Visit the Past and Present Mercantile Facebook for more information.

Dream Secondhand Store

500 E Market St, Aberdeen, WA
360-612-3696

Dream Secondhand Store offers surprises in the form of hidden treasures. Loaded with unique items at fair prices, you never know what you’ll find on your visit to this antique shop in Aberdeen. Large items are one of the store’s specialties, including sofas, dining room tables, pianos and even popcorn machines. Don’t be afraid to ask one of the friendly staff members for a specific item that you may be searching for as they’ll be happy to help pinpoint the precise location. Visit the Dream Secondhand Facebook for more information.

Keepsake Cottage

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The pink facade of Keepsake Cottage is just the beginning or surprises that continue once inside. Photo credit: Kelsey Norvell.

519 N Maple St, Aberdeen, WA
360-532-1863

A part of Aberdeen since 1992, Keepsake Cottage strives to offer a little something for everyone, especially if you like the old, odd and collectible. The bright pink facade of the quaint house packs every nook and cranny full of unique and collectible vintage treasures. The shopkeepers have a deep love for old items and are always eager to show visitors around. Visit the Keepsake Cottage website for additional information.

Earthwise Architectural Salvage

416 N Park St, Aberdeen, WA
360-637-9324

With a mantra of respecting the past while sustaining the future, Earthwise Architectural Salvage operates a total of three locations across the Pacific Northwest. The owner of the store first began to notice beautiful architectural pieces, hardware, and lighting while working as a demolition contractor. In an effort to preserve these items, the owner decided to strip out the pieces that would otherwise be sent to a landfill before opening his first store in the early 1990s. The Aberdeen location brings together many quirky, vintage items as well as a great selection of more modern items. Stop by and discover an intricate chandelier to brighten up your kitchen or perhaps a claw foot bathtub to bring some character to your bathroom. For more information visit the Earthwise Architectural Salvage website or Facebook.

Aberdeen Thrift City

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Aberdeen Thrift City takes pride is offering clean, affordable household goods and clothing to the community. Photo credit: Kelsey Norvell.

306 N B St, Aberdeen, WA
360-532-8020

If you’re searching for affordable, one-stop shopping, then Aberdeen Thrift City is the place for you. Offering customers reasonably priced merchandise along with a huge inventory of quality items, this thrift store in Aberdeen takes pride in reselling useable items that would otherwise be destined for landfills. The large 16,000-square-foot space is complete with clothing for men, women, children, and infants, in addition to large pieces of furniture, appliances, and other household items. Staff members dedicate many hours of their day to providing clean, serviceable clothing and other items at deeply discounted prices. For more information visit the Aberdeen Thrift City website.

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