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This facility is laid out very well. Items are arranged by vendor and are spaced out so you can see what is there without hunting. Many kinds of items including furniture and household items, some real antique and others retro from the fifties and sixties....More
This place will always have mixed reviews because it’s not a typical antique store. Tons of industrial/MCM/Salvaged items. Most times the prices are excellent. A few vendors are over priced and have slow turnover but a good majority of them have an excellent eye and...More
We were new to this area, who knew it was like the antique capital if you ask me? We saw a flyer for an antique place around the corner, and then saw all these really great places on almost every corner! This place called tollbooth...More
We intended a short walk through but spent hours here. They are filled with furniture, books, kitchen items, toys. There were some great mid-century pieces I would have loved, but couldn't find a place to put them. We bought a table and chairs for our...More
Between the main building and the two floors of the side building, the rows and displays of items seemingly go on forever. While there is a good mix, there is a lot of furniture and industrial-sized items. Perhaps the most interesting aspect of this "shop"...More
This is one of several markets in the area and if you like old tools as well as a wide range of other antiques, this should be one of your stops. Also had several industrial antiques. Columbia was a fun day trip for us!