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They say that upon making a new acquaintance, a Texan won’t wait long to slip their provenance into the conversation. Pride in our roots defines the residents of the Lone Star State—and so does an obsession with antiques and all things from the past. From nifty shops in small towns to hamlets known for their collectibles, hawkers and vintage aficionados ensure that the days of yore (and that Texas connection) stay alive.
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124 W Main St, Fredericksburg, TX 78624, USA
With the nearby wineries and a growing sophistication among the populace, the quaintness has slowly turned to country cool. Today, Main Street is abundant in stores, which offer everything from cowboy boots to gourmet cheese to house-made...
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206 W Mill St, Round Top, TX 78954, USA
The tiny town of Round Top in Fayette County, between Austin and Houston on Highway 237, swells to bursting several times a year with one of the country’s most famous antique markets. Nearly 50 years old, the show has grown to include over 20...
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14100 Ranch Rd 12, Wimberley, TX 78676, USA
In artist-owned galleries, boutiques and ateliers, shoppers will find an array of items, all sold with a personal touch. Stroll around the stores in Town Square and near Olde Towne Plaza. Bargain hunters should time their visits for the first...
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Get your kicks on Route 66—literally. Amarillo’s proud historic district has a potpourri of galleries, boutiques, bars and bistros that pay homage to the motor route’s legendary heyday. There's also a panoply of antique shops, from the Mustard...
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115 W Main St, Brenham, TX 77833, USA
Kids love Brenham because it's the home to Bluebell Ice Cream, Texas’s beloved frozen treat. But their parents know it as a picturesque city that recalls slower-paced times. Set amid a bucolic pastureland dotted with storybook cows, this area was...
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513 W Main St, Denison, TX 75020, USA
The owners of Kaboodle knew Denison’s Main Street had potential—and they gave it the shot in the arm it needed when they opened up this 5,000-square-foot cooperative space in downtown. Loaded with artisans in booth-like spaces, the outlet sells...