Antique Week in Lincoln City, February 11 – 20, 2017

Discover treasures during Lincoln City's Antique Week on Oregon's Central CoastWith numerous stores and malls including more than 100 dealers, Lincoln City has been the place to go on the Oregon Coast if you are interested in antiques and collectibles. To celebrate “antiquing,” every February Lincoln City hosts Antique Week, an eleven-day event. This year’s event runs February 11-20. Antique Week features city-wide antique store sales where you will discover hidden treasures and save on your purchases.

Honoring this year’s theme, “Communities Sewn Together,” earn fabulous prizes throughout Antique Week by participating in the Quilt Quest Treasure Hunt. Search for hidden quilt squares at participating stores and collect all seven stamps to be entered to win. Prizes include a weekend getaway to Lincoln City, antique glass floats and glass hearts. Pick up a map and entry form from the Visitor Information Center, Chamber of Commerce or from many of the antique stores in Lincoln City.

Click HERE to download the Antique Week Map.
For more information on this event, please contact the Lincoln City Visitor and Convention Bureau at 541-996-1274.

Participating Locations


* Indicates a participating Quilt Quest Hunt antique store.

Glass floats on the beach

300 Antique Japanese floats will be hiddenFind antique Japanese glass floats during Antique Week in Lincoln City, OR on the beach during Antique Week for you to find and keep. 14 red, heart-shaped glass pieces will also be placed on the beach during the weekend preceding Valentine’s Day, February 11-12th!

North Lincoln County Historical Museum

Stop by the Historical Museum during Antique Week to lean about Lincoln City’s past. You’ll find information on the settlement, tourism and the story behind the glass floats. They also have a special quilt exhibit on display just for Antique Week. Swing by and say hi!


The Lincoln City Cultural Center will be hosting an appraise-a-thon on Wednesday, February 15th from 5 to 8pm, where you can have your treasures appraised by a panel of experts for only $5 per item. The event will also include a silent auction and food and beverage for sale.