Get ready to shop, because you have 40,000 square feet of antiques and collectibles, vintage clothing, jewelry, and primitives to discover at the Old Schoolhouse Antique Mall. The mall is a familiar stop to anyone visiting the historic steamboat town of Washington, Louisiana. The Schoolhouse was built in 1934 and was originally Washington High School. The large rooms and wide staircases are remnants of the architectural style at the time featuring beautiful hardwood flooring. Today, each classroom is styled and themed differently with antique items from different dealers. In the fall and spring, shop six acres and 200 plus vendors and antique dealers during the Semi-annual Antique Fair and Yard Sale on the second weekends of April and October.

In the gym of the high school is a 50’s style diner, the Old Schoolhouse Café. The restaurant offers plate lunches, gourmet sandwiches, and homemade cakes and treats.