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Columbus Antique Mall & Museum, Columbus

Categories: Antique Stores, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
3.3/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
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  • This place is huge; three stories of antiques, vintage stuff, and oddities. You can spend days in there and still find something different each time. Great place to spend that cold miserable or a rain...  read more »
  • Actually we no great friends of flea markets and the like, this place is kind of funny. He goes over two floors, is really great and somehow has something of everything. Tableware, trinkets, toys, books, records... I don't really think that you can here specifically looking for something, but once an hour strolling through is really very amusing.
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  • This is always a favorite stop for me! I find lots and lots of goodies and fill my truck with every visit. (But please note: Trip Advisor has their hours listed incorrectly! They are actually open 8am...  read more »
  • I was really looking forward to coming to this place and was a bit disappointed. There is A LOT of glassware and pottery and many booths with very low end items that you would find at a garage sale. I did find a couple of deals so it wasn't a complete loss and I would stop in again because I now know which booths are worth looking at and it wouldn't take me all day. If they found a few more higher end dealers it would help a lot. The place is huge and confusing to get around in. Someone told us that you need to leave a trail of bread crumbs and they were right. It was a bit overwhelming. The Museum part looks as if its in the process of being dismantled with not a lot of information about what is going on in that room, booths with junk right next to displays. Water damaged items stacked up carelessly. It was a bit sad. The staff was very helpful and kind. Too many reproduction items being passed off as authentic and damaged items not marked, as-is. It appears as if the dealers are allowed to sell pretty much whatever without many rules. Just beware.
  • I like it I do, it's fun you got to make out with something here, but the secret shoppers were a little too excessive and obvious and made us feel uncomfortable by lurching over us the entire time. I know it has to be that way because unfortunately people steal but maybe they could find a better way to do it. I'd still go here, will stop in again eventually.
  • Stopped here 3 times while visiting family. First time was great! Found many unique items for great prices. Couple old board games and got an entire set of Fiesta plates that was a fraction of the cost in stores. However, in subsequent visits this place has really gone downhill. The contents really need to be refreshed. If I were the owners and a vendor wanted to bring in any type or crystal or glasswear, I would turn them away. There are 2 rooms full of old glasswear. The vendors should also be held responsible for keeping their prices reasonable and merchandise clean. The building needs a complete renovation. Water damage and a musty smell makes the building extremely unattractive and borderline hazardous. This place has such potential and if you happen to be passing through it's worth a stop.
  • Gone here so many times. My grandma used to take me here on Saturday mornings and now I take my daughter. We love to look. Great atmosphere.
  • Huge antique mall located in the middle of nowhere. Plan on spending several hours to see it all. Cash only, though. No credit cards are accepted there.
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