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Shopping for Antiques in PA
In Lancaster County, the heart of antique country, more than 5,000 antique dealers sell their treasures of times past at Antiques Capital, USA in Adamstown. Locals know that the early bird gets the worm; the best deals and finest pieces are found early in the morning. Or if auctions are your thing, scout the lots early before they’re put up for auction later in the day. Whatever your strategy may be, you’re guaranteed to find something in Lancaster County as well as the city. Pay a visit to the 300 Block of North Queen Street, home to a quirky and diverse selection of antiques, collectibles, fashion, and retro style shops as well as a glass studio and galleries. Or, get out of town and head into Columbia for the Burning Bridge Antiques Market. Keep your eyes out for some true treasures here when it comes to the furniture and decor departments. With three stories and over 250 consignors, Burning Bridge is a must on any tactful ‘tiquing list. For more information, click here.
The Adamstown Antique Mile is located along a stretch of Route 272 between Lancaster and Reading in northeastern Lancaster County. Right off Exit 286 of the PA Turnpike, there are two dozen indoor and outdoor antique markets and shops. All are packed full of trinkets, treasures, and knick-knacks, as well as furniture, decor, and just about everything else imaginable with a specialty in the rustic, “Country Primitive” department. For more information, click here.
New Oxford Antique Center offers 70 antique dealers daily from 10AM-5PM on Route 30. Located in what was once an old Ford dealership garage, the antique mall also has dealers displayed in an old 18th-century farmhouse accessed via the main shop. For more information, click here.
In Scranton, Olde Good Things boasts an impressive 200,000 square feet of floor space full of masterfully curated antiques, collectibles, architectural salvage, and vintage decor. From reclaimed glass to a gaudy mirror, you won’t walk out of here empty-handed. For more information, click here.
Located to the southwest of Steel City, halfway to Washington, PA, Canonsburg is a great location for those looking to browse as many antiques as possible while on a time limit. Canonsburg has more antiques per square mile than most major cities! Shop at the Canonsburg Antique Mall, Architectural Emporium, or Antique Center of Strabane, to name only a few.
The Keystone State is overflowing with antiques, just click here to find them all or search by region and plan your antiquing adventure today with a stay at a bed and breakfast in PA!