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Exit 76 Antique Mall, Edinburgh

(4.2/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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  • A pretty large antique place. It was well laid out with so many different booths. Prices were reasonable on most things. 
  • We stumbled upon this place because we were staying in the Holiday Inn next door. It was a very pleasant surprise. Large and well organized. Very clean and well lit. I wish we would've had more time t...  more »
  • This is a huge collection of antique booths where you can find almost anything! Clean and neat. Bathrooms and lounge area to rest. Seats placed around for you to take a break. If you truly want to go ...  more »
  • Nice big antique mall. Very easy to find, just follow signs. Nice place to take a break from traveling.
  • It is certainly worth a visit if you like Antiques. Friendly staff. Huge selection.
  • Good: The place is huge. It will take the better part of an afternoon to wander the clean aisles. Attractive inside and out. There are a couple of small places to rest and grab a snack from a vending machine if needed. Caution: While the left side is set up with rows of booths, the right side is a bit disorienting with broken up, maze-like paths. Not that one has to leave a trail of breadcrumbs to find his or her way out, but it makes it easy to completely miss some of the vendors. I see complaints about high prices. IMO, this is a result of the vendors and not the mall itself. Sure, the mall may have some responsibility to encourage low prices, or attract certain types of vendors, but I believe the owners have very little control over that. Often, the fun of a flea market or antique mall is the thrill of the hunt and I found Exit 76 a great place to hunt. Edinburgh is currently a popular outlet mall destination and I think Exit 76 Antique Mall should always be included on that trip.
  • Huge selection. Something for everyone when it comes to antiques from primitive to mid century. An excellent furniture selection. The staff is fifty fifty. Most are overtly helpful and polite while one bag egg ruins the batch. I just avoid her though. Always something new to see. I inevitably find one great deal per visit. This is a go to when my boyfriend and I are looking for entertainment. We like antiques and unique items, but for some legit all ages fun you can actually play "I spy" in some of the over stuffed poorly organized booths. I'm completely serious.
  • This place was larger than I could have ever imagined. The wide variety of antiques was astounding. Anything from "knick knacks" to every day vintage household items, games, collectibles, and so much more!