Alma Antiques seems to fit perfectly into the main street of quiet Alma; it adds to and enhances the sleepy small town vibe. The antique store is the perfect place to spend some time. Browse both floors and you’ll see all sorts of oddities and treasures.
The store itself was built in the 1800’s. The floors creak in places underfoot and there is that slightly musty smell that is inescapable of antique stores that I happen to love. It has all sorts of items: clothes, hats, toys, postcards, pottery, china, books, games, furniture, lighting, home décor and more. Some of it is tacky, but much of it looks lovely. There is no one that will pressure you to buy anything, which I always appreciate, but the owners can tell you stories about each item.
Alma Antiques is open every weekend but the hours vary during the week. It is in the main business section of Alma and within walking distance of much of the town. [more]