Antiques such as Depression glass abound in St. Louis.


Depression glass, novelty barware, rare books, old cameras, perfume bottles, fountain pens – antiques are cool! And whether or not you find valuable pieces – monetary or sentimental – hunting for antiques is fun.

One of the best places to shop for antiques is Cherokee Antique Row. Mere minutes from downtown St. Louis, the six-block stretch is lined with independently owned and operated establishments, from antique shops to art galleries and specialty stores to diverse restaurants. Many of the storefronts are colorfully decorated, with hand-painted signs that showcase incredible craftsmanship.

The beauty of St. Louis’ antique shops is their selections constantly change, making every shopping trip a new, surprising and exciting experience.

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