Historic District Antiques started in the spring of 1994 as a collaboration between Suzanne Tucker and her sister Dale. Their mother, Hazel, instilled a keen interest for fine antiques in each of her daughters.
We have a knowledgeable staff to help customers find their favorite items. We specialize in vintage chandeliers and lighting, silver, fine porcelain, art glass and estate jewelry. This website and our online Trocadero store is continuously updated with new inventory.
Trista Reon (and Tiki)
And this is Tiki, our store mascot and resident princess. She’s a sun conure parrot and is twelve years old. She doesn’t talk much, but that doesn’t stop her from making her will known. Tiki enjoys visitors and posing for pictures but she enjoys nap time even more. At 1 or 2pm she heads upstairs to sleep off a good day’s work. (The upstairs loft will be closed the remainder of the day.)
Sun conures are parrots from northeastern South America. They can live to be 35 and eat a diet mostly of fruits, seeds, and nuts.
About Hot Springs
Some call it magnetic attraction. Others call it love at first sight. Visit us in America’s First Resort and experience the treasured traditions of Southern hospitality at its best.
The first federally protected area in the nation’s history, Hot Springs National Park features amazing 143° thermal waters, rich history and beautiful architecture. Enjoy gorgeous Arkansas hiking trails. Tour the historic Fordyce Bathhouse and Visitor’s Center, or enjoy a relaxing Hot Springs spa.
Picture post card perfect Arkansas historic sites in downtown Hot Springs include classic hotels, Victorian architecture, world-class art studios and famed Bathhouse Row. Hot Springs restaurants and nightclubs, Arkansas antique shops, crystal and rock shops, boutiques and specialty malls – just a few of the many reasons why Hot Springs attracts visitors from all around the world.