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The Mid-Atlantic region is rich in historic American destinations. Starting in New York State and working south through Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia, antique lovers will find a nearly unlimited supply of antique purveyors, as well as historic landmarks such as Independence Hall, Annapolis and Mount Vernon.


Lancaster County, PA

Lancaster County often appears on the best places in the U.S. to shop for antiques list –and for good reason. With its prosperous farms, German heritage, and tradition of craftsmanship, not only are there many unique objects to be found, there’s plenty of scenery and culture to absorb while you shop as well. Within a 25-mile radius of Lancaster, you’ll find more than 150 antique dealers, simply by driving along country roads and through many of the surrounding towns, which  More »


Known as the “city of brotherly love,” Philadelphia is where America’s founding fathers drafted the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. Philadelphia is also where you can find antiques galore. The fact that Philadelphia is home to an estimated 100 antique shops, some of the country’s foremost dealers, and the annual Philadelphia Antiques Show, makes Philly a premiere destination for antiquing. The Philadelphia Antiques Show features 60 dealers and  More »

New Hope, PA & Lambertville, NJ

Along the sparkling Delaware River lies the beautiful counties of Bucks County, Pennsylvania and Hunterdon County, New Jersey, both of which offer a rich oasis of antique shops. The epicenter of antiquing in these counties sits directly opposite each other on the Delaware in the towns of New Hope and Lambertville. With a long history in farming and waterpower and transportation, each town has about 40 shops, along with restaurants, Inns and 18th-and 19th-century buildings, making the towns  More »