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Nostalgia: A sentimental longing for the past, typically for a period or place with happy personal associations.
That’s exactly what you’ll experience as you stroll down every aisle at the Phoenix West Brass Armadillo in Goodyear, AZ. One of the largest antique malls in the state, you will find treasures galore.
The Brass Armadillo has two great locations in Phoenix. I-17 & Cactus In Phoenix and our new Phoenix West mall at I-10 & Dysart in Goodyear. Over 55,000 square feet of antiques and collectibles shopping. Our Phoenix West location opened in March, 2012 and has quickly become the Ultimate Antique Shopping Adventure in Phoenix.
If you’re a professional decorator working for a client or just looking for the perfect antique or collectible for your home or office, the Brass Armadillo is your one-stop destination for everything vintage. Our large collection of repurposed items and architectural salvage is astonishing.
As you walk in the door, you are met by a friendly greeter stationed at the front end of a ‘57 Chevy.
We’re located on the south west corner of McDowell Rd and Dysart Road in Goodyear, Arizona (between Lowe’s and J.C. Penney). Shoppers enjoy the more then 16 restaurants within one block of the mall.
Travelers to and from California have made the Phoenix West Brass Armadillo one of their most recommended places to visit. To view a quick tour of the inside of the mall, check out our Google Business View by clicking this link.
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