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Best Antiques/Kitsch/Collectables

Copper Country Antiques

One could spend days at Copper Country Antiques—and you'd still feel like you hadn't looked at everything of interest. With 32,000 square feet packed full of knickknacks, jewelry, books, clothing, artwork and everything in between, there's a lot to explore. The mall feels like a very relaxed museum, where you can touch and browse instead of simply gaze. Even if you feel like you're not the type to go antique-hunting, give Copper Country a shot. The store is totally accessible to people who don't know much about antiquing. And who knows—as the apocalypse approaches, maybe you'll be able to make some deals; that gas mask wasn't worth anything before, but now that it's almost the end of the world, you might have yourself a very valuable commodity.

Runners up:

2. Annabell's Attic

6178 E. Speedway Blvd.


3. Pop-Cycle

422 N. Fourth Ave.