Soak in the history of the Oregon Coast as you hunt for quality antiques. For more than a decade Lincoln City has been the place to go on the Oregon Coast if you are interested in antiques and collectibles. Antique shops and used book stores abound in Lincoln City, once named one of the great undiscovered places to antique in the United States. While Lincoln City is one of the youngest cities on the Oregon Coast, forming in 1965, there is a rich history and a love of fine, old things.
The Little Antique Mall is actually the largest antique mall on the Oregon Coast. With over 80 dealers under one roof, you’ll find primitives, furniture, pottery, and gourmet coffee to taste. The friendly staff can help you find exactly what you’re looking for.
The Oceanlake neighborhood is a small antique district by itself, with malls like the Rocking Horse Antique Mall, Carrousel by the Beach, 101 Inspirations, and Granny’s Attic providing many local dealers with a corner and a shelf to display their finds.
Since 2004 Nelscott House Antiques & Collectibles is the best-kept secret on Oregon Coast. This family-run business prides itself on offering one-of-a-kind collectibles, desirable antiques, quality furniture, and gifts unique to the Oregon Coast.
Streetcar Village on the south end of town offers row upon row of treasures, bargains, and quirky collectibles.
To celebrate the quality of “antiquing,” every February Lincoln City hosts Antique & Collectibles Week, a ten-day-long event featuring citywide sales.