Antique and Vintage Store Shopping in KC


Whether looking to shrink your carbon footprint or simply find old-school cool clothing, the selection of vintage retail in the Kansas City area is expanding, meaning preowned goods and previously worn threads are as coveted as they've ever been. With a community this strong, there's always treasure to be found.

West Bottoms


Whether you show up in search of a specific item or with no expectations at all, you’re sure to find artifacts from generations past at West Bottoms antique stores such as Good Ju Ju. Open only the first Friday and Saturday of each month, Good Ju Ju has been recognized multiple times as KC’s best antique and vintage store. 


Other favorites include:

River Market Antiques


Home to more than 175 dealers, River Market Antiques is veritable paradise for fans of vintage goods.

Whatever you happen to be looking for, there's a chance that you'll find it in this four-story, 30,000-square foot behemoth located in the historic River Market district of Kansas City.

Webster House


This former 1885 schoolhouse in the Crossroads Arts District, beautifully restored into five regal rooms, is overflowing with unusual and decorative accessories and gifts, including 18th- and 19th-century European antiques. Dining at Webster House is an upscale (yet affordable) experience that completes any visit. 

Other Favorites


  • Parkville Antique MallTravel a few miles north to peruse the aisles at Parkville Antique Mall, a fittingly named Parkville institution. There visitors will find everything from jewelry and books to tools and decorations. 
  • Lawrence Antique MallThis three-story gem on Mass Street in Lawrence, KS, features 75 different local dealers, all offering unique goodies and finds. 
  • BoomerangWith a wide range of clothing perfect for retro styles and party attire, Boomerang is one of KC's most popular vintage retailers. 

Popular Vintage Fashion Shops in KC

An influx of vintage clothing stores has popped up throughout the Kansas City metro, offering shoppers retro fashion options that simultaneously feel fresh, look stylish and keep wardrobes sustainable with one-of-a-kind looks.

KC Antiques

River Market Antiques

120 quality dealers in a 30,000 square-foot Antique Mall -- housed in a four-story building built in the early 1900s in the historic River Market Area of Kansas City, just a few blocks from the Missouri River. Easy to find -- just look for the 60' x 120' mural of the Lewis & Clark Expedition on the west side of our building. All major credit cards accepted with services that include delivery, layaway plus 30-day free storage for furniture or large item buyers.

West Bottoms Historic Entertainment District

The West Bottoms Business District Association is the organization dedicated to continued revival of our most historical area in downtown in Kansas City, Missouri. Our association is committed to making the West Bottoms a compelling place to live, work, play and visit in the region.

Westport Regional Business League

Westport, Kansas City's original entertainment district, boasts a rich history as the oldest established community in Kansas City. More than 150 years ago, Westport marked the passage into the Western Frontier and set the foundation for what it is today; a thriving shopping and entertainment district. Westport is a fusion of local eateries, fashionable boutiques and hot night-spots compounded with remnants of the neighborhood's historic past. Annual Events Include: St. Patrick’s Day (March), Westport St.

City Market

In operation since 1857, the City Market is the largest farmers’ market in the region with an annual attendance of nearly 600,000 per year and bursting with more than 140 farmer stalls. In addition, City Market merchants offer a wide variety of fresh produce, meats, baked goods, flowers, specialty foods and other items from America, Africa, Europe, the Middle and far East. The City Market is home to a unique collection of gift shops, authentic restaurants and the Arabia Steamboat Museum, which houses the largest collection of pre-Civil War artifacts in the world.

Webster House

Rich in history and charm, Webster House offers a unique experience to our guests in the heart of the Crossroads Art District. The first floor is adorned with distinct shopping brought in from both local and international vendors. Come meet our talented team to learn about gift items ranging from jewelry and fashion, to home decor. On our second floor you'll enjoy an intelligent menu featuring an unmistakable farm to table style and exceptional service, paired with a top tier bar program designed to quench any thirst. Reservations are encouraged.