Shawano Country’s Vintage Trail

Looking for that perfect antique or vintage find for your home or collection? Whether you’re a serious antique collector, enjoy discovering a special find, or just want a trip down memory lane, you’re bound to discover treasures at these locations.

1919 Antiques, 129 Cecil St., Bonduel
Located within a century- old building originally the Bonduel Mercantile Company, this antique mall is filled with vintage, antiques and repurposed vintage & antique items.

District No. 3 Antiques, W17888 Co Rd Q, Wittenberg
Located in one of Wittenberg’s oldest buildings and schoolhouse dating back to 1882, District No. 3 Antiques is part museum and part antique store. In addition to regional unique antiques, the store offers handmade gift items including soaps, aprons, dish towels, linens, etc. and items from the Nueske family owned Applewood Lane Alpaca farm, located just a mile from the store.

Doc’s Harley Davidson-Antiques & Mini Shoppes, W2709 State Highway 29, Bonduel
Featuring a constantly changing, wide variety of antiques, jewelry, artwork & products from a diverse group of local vendors.

Hwy. 29 Flea Market & Craft Show, W9821 State Hwy. 29
Open Saturdays and Sundays April – Sept. weather permitting.

Martin  Jewellers, 148 S. Main St., Shawano
They carry jewelry, silver and collectibles in their estate collection. The inventory is always changing, and they are happy to hunt down a custom piece just for you.

Shawano Pawn Shop, 141 River Heights, Shawano
You will find a wide variety of new and used items in good working condition for sale including musical instruments, sporting goods, jewelry, coins, electronics/games, and other misc.

Shops on Grand, 203 E. Grand Ave., Wittenberg
Over 20 bright, clean, and well-stocked booths featuring handmade crafts, vintage resale, antiques and upcycled merchandise.

Zurko Promotions Flea Market, Indoor and Outdoor
Located outdoors at Shawano County Fairgrounds, 990 E. Green Bay St., Shawano and open Sundays April -Oct. and special Holiday markets May 23-24 and July 4-5.  They take their treasures indoors on Saturdays Jan. through March at 115 E. Division St., Shawano. These markets are legendary for their wide variety of antiques and collectibles, including country furniture, estate jewelry. Victoriana, postcards, art glass and porcelains, advertising items, old toys, vintage clothing and linens, sports cards, coins, folk art, decorator items, paintings, primitives, treasures, and much more.