Four floors of Vintage, Antiques and Art
Treats, Antiques & Aesthetic Feats!
A paradise for treasure seekers, vintage lovers and curators of beautiful home aesthetics, Hopkinson is one of the most exciting and charismatic attractions to visit in Nottingham.
Situated next door to the train station and just a stone's throw from the city centre, we are home to four floors of vintage and antique wonders.
Spend an afternoon snooping to your hearts content, with over sixty stalls to browse curated by independent vintage and antique dealers, there is something to strike everyone's fancy. Whether you find a perfect teacup to mismatch your own set, a relic to remind you of childhood or a gorgeous old-new accessory you are bound to leave Hopkinson with your curiosity aroused and a treasure in your pocket.
Diverse and ever changing, alongside being an antiques centre Hopkinson is a hub for local business and creative industries, with talent bustling behind the scenes within our studio spaces. On our first floor you can find The Little Vintage Beauty Parlour, specialising in vintage makeovers, haircuts and hen parties, and The Guitar Department, who provide lessons, repairs and a great selection of unusual guitars. In the basement you can get your portrait snapped in Howie's Vintage Photo Booth, pick up some beautifully refurbished furniture at The Ugly Duckling Co. and enjoy a quirky afternoon tea in The Wonderland Cafe.
Voted one of Nottingham's top 5 indpendent businesses in the Nottingham BID awards 2016!
We've been voted No. 4 on Buzz Feed's '15 Things Everyone Must Do in Nottingham'!
Are you a budding antiques dealer? Hopkinson offers affordable space on a rolling monthly licence, easy in and out terms with a great team of friendly staff and a fantastic central location!
We offer retail spaces from £2 per square foot per calendar month and glass cabinets from just £25 per calender month! For more information or to book an appointment please e-mail us
We have disabled access to our ground floor and basement level. Unfortunately due to the nature of our listed Georgian building, we do not have disabled access to the first and second floors.
Unfortunately, due to our city centre location, we do not have a general customer car park. There are several mutli-storey car parks within less than a 5-minute walk including the train station car park, Carrington Street car park & Broadmarsh Shopping Centre car park. If you wish to collect an item from our store, please call the shop to make prior arrangements.