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After visiting several other shops in town that were located in historical old manufacturing buildings this shop was a disappointment. Although the selection is large there are more garage sale/flea m... more »
If you're familiar with antiquing in the Lancaster County area, you'll find the prices here to be a bit higher. But still, the collection is enormous. There is something for everyone. Three floors of ... more »
We found some great deals, great place! Huge! Such a variety of things. There were things in every price range. more »
Bridget Corry Morse
Really fun space, 3 floors, many vendors, variety of items, nice people, clean, in the middle of a charming town, street parking, free coffee. You will lose a couple of hours here easily. Some fun items: taxidermy heads, bust of Elvis, old posters, I kept saying "you don't see that everyday"
Really nice, clean and well organized. Everything with a tag, price and description. The place is huge, so, take your time to come over.
Store has nice selection of stuff however, they have big signs on the front door that say you cannot bring your purse or bag into the store to shop. Well sorry- if I cannot bring my small purse in with my wallet and credit card you are not going to get a sale out of me. I find that rude to assume every customer is out to steal. None of the other shops in Columbia have that rule and seriously, this one doesn't have much different stuff than the others who were very pleasant to shop. Pricey too - took a museum tour and left. Was also followed around by some staff which made me unconfortable. Definitely would not shop there again.
I love going here. You can find almost anything your looking for. Each space is rented by another, so pricing is different from stand to stand. Although, most of the time, it is a reasonable price. You just gotta check it out for yourself! Great place for taking!!
This is a great store! It's in a large, historic building with three floors and lots of vendors. Most are well-organized and the prices are decent. They were having a sale when we visited, and most every vendor was advertising some kind of discount. Not a lot of repros or flea-market goods in this store, which is an added bonus. We'll definitely be back.
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