Antique Tobacco Barn, Asheville

(3.8/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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  • This was a perfect rainy day activity. There is a lot to look at and it was huge. The employees were very nice and offered a lot of suggestions for food and things to do. 
  • We had visited several years ago and really enjoyed it. I was not as impressed this time. The booths were not as well organized and there were many reproductions. It would be good for some furniture a...  more »
  • Full of crazy stuff at reasonable prices. If you go in the cold months be forewarned it is a legit big metal shack...no climate control. Totally worth a visit! 
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  • This is by far one of the best antique stores I've ever been to. This is a great place to go if your looking for larger antique furniture or really interesting pieces. Be sure to have plenty of time to browse because this place is very large.
  • I had a great experience haggling over prices here. Just kidding. Kind of. Doug was very eager to assist me in settling on a price with one of the vendors. All the staff were helpful. When I came with a truck to pick up the items I bought, they made sure to have plenty of employees present to help load the heavy items which made it all very smooth. Thank you all!
  • Went there about a week ago...enjoyed it...took a picture of an item to show my daughter, and when I got home, she was sorry that I did not get it. Called the place and asked if I could send the picture and I knew exactly where the item was, pretty much out in the open...and a large item...hard to miss..wanted to find out if it could be shipped to me...spoke to jennifer I think...she said without a tag, she would not be able to find the item...told me it wasn't even worth sending the picture...all I'm thinking is I could have sent the picture, and would have waited to see if they came across it...all she kept telling me that it was a 70,000 square feet place...I know it was big, I was there...I felt at least they could have tried...kind of disappointed....wanted to add this to my review....jennifer called me after going crazy looking for my phone number...she apologized up and down, and let me send the picture, and was able to find out the item sold, but looking to see if she can find another....so I am a happy camper...thanks, jenny.
  • Imagine a vast, open air warehouse with large industrial fans, filled from one end to the other with furniture, books, decorative items, antique tools, signs, everything you can remember finding at your grandparents house. The prices are reasonable relative to other antique places I've been, and the selection is mind blowing. Plan on spending a couple hours. Also, they have some salvaged building materials in the back.
  • Huge and I mean big antique shop. It's basically a warehouse full of antiques. Prices range from reasonable to upscale, I guess so that it can accommodate all shoppers. Personally didn't really see anything of interest. Seemed like all the good picks have been found. I guess if you stay there long enough you'll end up finding something though. Search on VHD