Antique Mall of America

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Las Vegas
United States
36° 1' 22.3464" N, 115° 10' 32.1348" W
General info: 

This antique mall has more than 100 antique dealers selling art, jewelry, tools, clothing, books and other collectibles.

There are certainly antiques here ranging from silver wares to older glass to high-end porcelain. Also books, original artwork, pop culture collectibles and Native American jewelry are some of the highlights of this mall.

However, there is also quite a lot of rhinestone jewelry and fake designer handbags which deteriorates the experience for the true antiques lovers. With that said, there are many antique malls much worse in this respect than this one.

Getting there: 

Easiest by taxi:
Address: 9151 Las Vegas Blvd. S., No. 344


Price level for real antiques is moderate.

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