Attraction Listing Description: The owner of Brocante, meaning “second hand” in Dutch, has a deep love for things that have a mysterious past. You’ll find that this light and bright antique store in Port Angeles is a thrill to hunt through. You may find a colorful vintage sign, or a reclaimed chandelier made from salvaged boat and auto parts by a local designer.
Attraction Listing Description: Charlotte is the owner of this antique shop in Port Angeles, and you could say that antiquing is in her blood. She was raised by parents who ran an antique shop while she was growing up in southern Louisiana in the ’60s and ’70s. After her mom passed away, Charlotte was inspired by her son to start her own shop, which is named in her mom’s memory. You’ll find truly extra special stuff in her antique store since she not only sources items from around the Northwest, but also from her former hometown of Louisiana.
Attraction Listing Description: Stop in at Scout and Merc. for a very cool collection and funky mix of hand-picked home goods, house plants, collectibles, and vintage apparel. Follow them on Instagram @scoutandmerc for the latest scoop on in-store finds.
Attraction Listing Title: Port Angeles Antique Mall
Attraction Listing Description: The Port Angeles Antique Mall is a treasure trove with over 15,000 of square feet dedicated to furnishings (an entire basement!), collectibles, dish ware, art, toys, and jewelry of the past. Look closely because you might just miss something.
Attraction Listing Title: The Trading Post Antiques
Attraction Listing Description: The Trading Post Antique store in downtown Port Angeles has a mix of just about everything you would normally find in an antique shop organized into neat little sections – pottery, jewelry, furnishings, clothing, china. But what really makes this place standout is the vast vinyl record section and the ’90s neon malt beverage signs.