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Atlanta is home to a variety of antique stores, from refined showrooms to quaint flea markets.
Located off Peachtree Industrial near the intersection of I-85 and I-285, Chamblee's Antique Row contains over 30 different antique stores. Some are more specialized than others but there's something for everyone. Stores are open seven days a week, afternoons only on Sunday.
You can find anything from wrought iron artwork to rare books to bookcases to vintage farm equipment. It's also a great place to people watch. Early shoppers can dig for treasures on Thursday when vendors are setting up for $5, which is good for all weekend. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, admission is $3, good for all weekend.
Lakewood 400 Market in Forsyth County (35 miles north of Atlanta) is open on the third weekend of every month. It is not as big as the original yet.
More upscale than Lakewood 400, Scott's prices and sophistication also tend to be a bit higher, but some bargains can be found. Seasoned antiquers like Scott's and can find jewelry, silver, Oriental rugs and Victorian furniture. Located about three miles from Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson Airport, Scott's is open on the second weekend of every month (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) at the two Atlanta Expo Centers. ; one just inside and one just outside I-285.