Champaign Urbana has its share of novelty shops, a few have already been shared on here for weekly events and other assortments but here are some of Chambanas best Antique Shops! I’m a townie, some of these shops I’ve been going to as young as I could remember… sure takes me back, and hopefully, the vintage items take you back!


This is a bit far from Campustown, but it has a great variety of items! Honestly, can’t speak for the location, but I can tell you that there are a large variety of items to find! From vintage cameras to old wagon wheels, metalwork to pottery, you will find so much and more at Antiques and More!

“Antiques and More at Staley Road is an antique mall with over 8,000 square feet and more than 70 vendors. We are the largest antique, primitive, retro and collectible store around the Champaign, IL area and are ready to help you find what you’ve been searching for. Discover our vendors. With over 70 vendors, something is bound to catch your eye. From mid-century items, advertising signs, antique furniture, glassware, primitives, you’ll find something to check off of your list. Our store features Bella Ruth Vintro Style Boutique and is equipped with jewelry, clothing and accessories to add a vintage and retro feel to any outfit. Lisa and her fantastic vendors are there to help you with your needs.”


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Another location I’ve been to, Timeless Treasures is on your way to the Walmart in Savoy, Airport, Savoy Hill at Colbert Park, the best pet store Prarieland Feeds, just to name a few. It’s also close to Savoy 16 so if you miss your early showing, run over to Timeless Treasures and kill some time! I have to say that this particular store may be one of the more affordable ones I’ve been to. They didn’t have an information area for me to copy and paste, so let me share some reviews (for privacy reasons we will be leaving their names out)!

“Anonymous reviewed Timeless Treasures in Savoy IL — 5 star
April 1

“Anonymous reviewed Timeless Treasures in Savoy IL — 5 star

May 2, 2017

Love this place! The owner is very nice and extremely helpful. They have a great selection of items, and all reasonably priced! Highly recommend if you are interested in finding that unique item.”

“reviewed Timeless Treasures in Savoy IL — 5 star

March 26, 2014
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Here’s one of the aforementioned Antique Stores that yours truly had been to!  Go Retro always surprised me with items that I had no idea existed or items straight from the movies. A bit smaller than the rest, yet it packed in an enormous amount of items. There were these vintage lighters, the ones with a huge wick and ignitor, those were awesome! Usually for camping smaller and lighter is better for the backpacking trips but that may just be worth it.
“1960’s, 70’s, 80’s Vintage Women’ s and Men’s Clothing, Millenry, Purses, Accessories; Records; Cassettes;Jewelry; Art; Action figures;Collectibles & MORE!”
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This is another location that I have been to, and really loved! This is definitely a more pricey location, but most of the items are rare and mint condition (I would price check the cameras, some market research is always good). There was this Coca-Cola cooler we saw while on an excursion and it would have been an amazing addition to any room decor, the price for us was a bit much, unfortunately. There were also these crazy paintings and photos that were stunning!
“Crossroads North: Over 5,000 SQ FT. featuring home decor, furniture, local photography and art, vintage and fine jewelry along with vintage and better brand ladies clothing from more than 30 local vendors including Carrie’s, Paper Moon, Black Crow Candle Company, Passion into Mission, Fabulous Finds, Modern Smithy, Hiatt Woodworking, Not Too Shabby and Yes, I Made it by Gail Williams.
Crossroads South: Over 4500 SQ FT. An eclectic mix of gently used home decor, furniture and art. this location serves as are our primary consignment location that is also home to more than 20 local vendors including Willow Tree Antiques, 1803 Candle Company, Butch & Eve and That 90’s Guy.”

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