Historic Downtown Arcadia is the number  one antique destination in the
state of Florida with 20 antique shops
all within four blocks of each other.

Arcadia was voted the best antiquing town in Florida by the Florida Monthly magazine
ANTIQUING IN ARCADIA, FLORIDA
Visit fine stores like these:
ANTIQUES
Treasure Alley 215 W. Oak Street
Glass Antique or Not 219 W. Oak Street
Biggar and Biggar Antique mall  133 W. Oak Street
Timeless Treasures 24 W. Oak Street
Opera House Antiques 106 W. Oak Street
Vintage Garden 14 W Oak Street
Abigails Antiques 24 W. Oak Street
Antiques on Oak  33 W. Oak Street
Relics Antiques W. Oak Street
The Whole Shebang  101 W. Oak Street
Feenix Rising 132 W. Oak Street
Antiques and More  W. Oak Street
Bobby's Tiques W. Oak Street
 
SPECIALTY SHOPS
Ghost Orchid- gifts W. Oak Street
Peddler's Boutique- gifts 25 W. Oak Street
Frame Shop W. Oak Street
American Shoe Shop and Repair W. Oak Steet
Acme Bicycle Shop W. Oak Street
 
RESTAURANTS
Mary Margaret's Tea and Biscuit 10 S. Polk Avenue
Wheeler's Cafe 13 S. Monroe Avenue
Cafe' Italiano  W. Oak Street
Oak Street Deli W Oak Street
Last Chapter Coffee Shop 15 W. Oak Street
Hot Fudge Shop 15 W. Oak Street
 
 
 
Arcadia, Florida is a truly bright, special town. The downtown Historic District, built in the 1800's, has 20 wonderful antique stores along with restaurants and specialty shops.  They are all on 3 blocks of West Oak Street. Antique dealers and collectors from all over Florida and other states flock to the famous ANTIQUE FAIR which is held the fourth Saturday of every month.  Most stores are open daily, but please call ahead.  Summer hours will vary.   You can park your car and shop all day and it will take all day.

Our stores offer a wide variety of items: Silver, military, glassware, books, pottery, furniture, jewelry, clothing, to many items to list. Since there are so many antique dealers here in Arcadia it is always a treasure hunt.   People enjoy strolling down the street, sitting on the bench having a wonderful dessert from the ice cream shop, or a piece of pie from one of our several home town restaurants.  Stop in "The Whole Shebang" for a map of downtown.