Below is a list of the top and leading Antiques in Winnipeg. To help you find the best Antiques located near you in Winnipeg, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Winnipeg’s Best Antiques:
The top rated Antiques in New York are:
- The Old House Revival Company – have become a must-go-to destination for a growing number of Winnipeggers looking for that unique find
- Selim’s Antiques – has been in business for almost 50 years and at 801 Corydon since 1977
- Vintage In The Village – carries a wide variety of vintage antiques and collectibles
- Mulvey Market – covers an area of over 12,000 sq ft, and is Manitoba’s largest year-round indoor flea market
- Mission Thrift Store – a volunteer-driven, non-denominational Christian organization that currently operates more than 50 thrift stores across Canada
The Old House Revival Company
The Old House Revival Company is housed in a historic warehouse in Winnipeg, which was built in 1914 for Fort Garry Dyers and Cleaners Limited before becoming an auction house in 1962. In 2002, the warehouse was sold to the current owner, who has thoroughly restored the structure with wonderful elegance and imagination. It has been a must-visit for an increasing number of Winnipeg residents searching for the one-of-a-kind discovery while renovating their house. They have a wide selection of vintage chairs, lighting, and hardware in addition to architectural salvaged pieces.
Lighting, Hardware, Tin Tile, Stained Glass, Furniture, Mantles, Vendors
Address: 324 Young St, Winnipeg, MB R3B 2R6
Phone: (204) 477 4286
“Huge place with lots to take in. Whether you’re looking for antique furniture, pyrex, clothes, lamps. They’ve got a lot to offer on their 3 floors and basement. Prices seem quite reasonable, in my opinion. I’ll definitely be stopping by every couple months!” – Aaron N
Selim’s Antiques has been at 801 Corydon since 1977 and has been in service for almost 50 years. They’ve made a name for themselves by focusing on one thing: consistency. Whether it’s paintings, clothing, furniture, fine collectibles, rugs, tableware, or some other piece, they have the best of Winnipeg has to offer and you may be shocked at how diverse the collection is. Their humble store carries an array of items such as furniture, artwork,
Furniture, Gold & Silver Jewellery, Watches, Clocks, Lamps, Windows, Primitive Artefacts, Artwork, Tableware, Decoratives
Address: 801 Corydon Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3M 0W6
Phone: (204) 284 9886
“I had a great experience at Selim’s Antiques exploring through the teacups and finding treasure. I bought a set of gorgeous champagne glasses that were in great condition, and had a nice chat with the owner who packed them up nicely for me.” – Megan RC
Vintage In The Village
Vintage In The Village holds a huge selection of antiques and collectibles from the past. Since they are a small business, they aim to stock the latest, most in-demand products at fair prices. They work hard to stay on top of emerging fashion and decorating trends. Like their clients, they are always receiving new (old) products in their shop that are one-of-a-kind. They are open every day, with store hours of 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM every Monday to Saturday, and 12:00 NN to 5:00 PM every Sunday.
Address: entrance on Gertrude, 194-A Osborne St, Winnipeg, MB R3L 1Y8
Phone: (204) 287 2278
“This shop is an absolute treasure! You will find an incredibly well curated selection of vintage and antique pieces. The owner offers great service, is very knowledgeable and wonderful to chat with. I always look forward to visiting this shop!” JB
Mulvey Market is Manitoba’s biggest year-round indoor flea market, covering over 12,000 square feet. On September 1st, 2001, it first opened its doors. Mulvey Market has room for over 40 full-time and part-time retailers offering new and used goods, with many of them having been there for seven years or more. Every Saturday and Sunday, as well as holidays that fall on a Friday or Monday, the market is open from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Address: 421 Mulvey Ave E, Winnipeg, MB R3L 0R6
Phone: (204) 478 1217
“A well run flea market that offers products to buy, use and be happy with. For the keen eyed flipper, there is plenty of unrecognized gems to run home with and post on Kijiji, or another on line market. From some of the most obscure Stanley Tools in original packaging, to porcelain figurines, LPs, and everything in between, it’s there. So, check it out. It’s a great way to spend a weekend morning – you never know what you may find. Plus, you will be supporting small, one person businesses that do not qualify for Covid 19 relief.” – Barry Crowe
Mission Thrift Store
Mission Thrift Store is a charitable, non-denominational Christian group with more than 50 thrift shops across Canada. They have used items for value-conscious shoppers in a department store-like setting. Wanting to create a better place for others, their shops turn donated items into funds, and the net income is designated to the joint BFM Foundation (Canada) and Bible League Canada ministries. The staff and volunteers agree that everything in life, including shopping, has a greater meaning. It is their goal to save you money, to save the earth, and to teach the world about Christ’s saving work.
Clothes, Furniture, Jewelry, Hardware, Outdoors
Address: 701 Regent Ave W, Winnipeg, MB R2C 1S3
Phone: (204) 667 5329
“Just a great thrift store! They also have a stamp program where you can earn a discount after so many purchases.” – Todd M