As the commercials say, this is now the largest factory antique mall in the country. It is packed with vendors and includes all sorts of various antique collections: furniture, glassware, toys, clothing, war memorabilia, jewelry, books and paper items, etc. You can easily spend all afternoon here and you still may not cover all there is to offer. I'm a... 更多
A very large place to explore. A good place to spend a few hours on an inclement day. As a local, I usually visit 4-6 times a year when it is too hot, cold or wet to be outside. Some items are reasonably priced; others are very overpriced (depends on the dealer). It seems the norm is for dealers to... 更多
We like to hit this at least once a year. It is huge and gets exhausting to go through. It does have a small cafe and the food is not bad. I usually grab a pulled pork sandwich to recharge for the rest of the place. The quality and pricing of the stuff goes all over the place. They do... 更多
This is a great place to find that unusual collectible. My wife and I have been visiting this place for years. As you may surmise it is located in an old factory facility. Within the building the space is divided into many small stalls, each operated by a separate vendor. The wares vary widely from furniture, books, glassware to maps,... 更多
It is promoted as the largest factory antique mall in America and I can well believe it. It is huge, so huge that the aisles have street names. It is basically lots of individual vendors selling their items. Some vendors are at their stalls and others are devoid of people. You basically can shop from anywhere and then purchase centrally.... 更多
This is a very large antique mall, maybe too large. There are some items reasonably priced, but a large portion of the inventory is priced higher than what I have seen in other places. Still it is a nice place to spend a couple of hours and you might find a treasure that you can afford.
I'm not sure this place is shooting to attract young families so I'm sure the owners will shrug off my review. They shouldn't though. Antiques are struggling to stay relevant with this generation. This place is poorly laid out and expensive. It's big, no doubt; but the size comes at a price. $55 bucks for a 1974 license plate. Holy... 更多
So much stuff, just incredible. But the place is broken down into booth space and most of the operator of the booths are not there. (At least mid-day on a Wednesday ) so you can ask questions or wheel and deal with them.. But it's big and bright..