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Lamplite Collectibles and Antiques
Featuring glass, pottery, kitchenware, china, quilts and much more
Taylor's Mini Mall - Book Daddy
Amazing collection of over 40,000 books, old and new. Historical, western, romantic novels, children's, and local lore. Also, CDs, music, some antiques, Nascar collection, and more.
Kightlinger Antiques and Collectibles
Located in Kickapoo, IL (5 Min west of the Grand Prairie Mall on 150 across from Ludy's restaurant) This shopping destination features antiques, gifts, home accessories, lamps and custom re-purposed furniture. Holiday splendor starts Oct 1st! With the largest Christmas Shop in Central Illinois with over 65,000 ornaments on 80 trees and 10,000 lights you will be sure to be amazed and "yes!" you can purchase the ornaments. We also buy and sell estates so stop by and see us today! Our antique shop is conveniently located off of Interstate 74 near the Kickapoo Creek Winery.
The Treasure Chest in Albion
A general line of antiques.
The Albion Treasure Chest
The selection of antiques include bedroom suites, collectible glass, tools, coins and much more.
The Antique Gallery
Shop in 5500 sq. feet of quality antiques, including furniture, glassware, china, primitives, 50+ quilts, jewelry, lamps, cookie jars, depression glass, old books and much more.
Buy apples, blueberries, blackberries, peaches, plums and nectarines in season.
Jimmy Dean's Marketplace
One of the unique places to visit while in Eldorado, Jimmy Dean's is easily located on US Hwy 45, and offers a variety of antiques, collectibles, glassware, primitives, jewelry and that special something.
The Porch Basket
A unique one of a kind shop in downtown Eldorado, the Porch Basket offers a large line of hand woven baskets, country decor items, and a large line of basket weaving supplies. Call about basket weaving lessons.
Kickapoo Creek Winery
A full-service winery with a tasting room and gift shop. We invite you to walk the grounds and visit the vineyard. Located just minutes from I-74 at the Kickapoo-Edwards exit.