Adamstown, PA

This Massive Antique Mall is One of the Coolest Places to Shop in Pennsylvania

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There's nothing quite like spending an afternoon hunting for antique treasures. From statement furniture to tiny trinkets that remind you of your childhood, Pennsylvania is home to many different amazing antique stores and flea markets.

Nothing, however, compares to this 15,000-square-foot antique mall that's home to over 100 unique vendors selling countless goods from costume jewelry and vintage clothes to furniture. Keep reading to learn more.

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Mad Hatter Antique Mall is set in a former hat warehouse, hence the name. Located in Adamstown, a day trip to this area makes for an amazing experience. Known as the "antiques capital of the United States" Adamstown is brimming with vintage collectors, dealers, and historic sites to explore.

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This massive collection of antiques is housed inside a brightly lit, air-conditioned building thats clean and well organized. Each vendor offers something completely different and unique. Highlights include TIME magazines from the 1940s, vintage toys, kitchen items from the 1960s, and beautiful antique desks and tables.

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Mad Hatter is also filled with nostalgia-inducing displays including their seasonal sections that feature Easter, Christmas, and Halloween decorations from decades past. One of the most interesting display cases found here actually features children's books from the early 20th century.

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A trip to Mad Hatter Antique Mall is sure to bring you back in time as you marvel over all of these well-preserved relics from the past.

Mad Hatter is open every Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 10 am until 5 pm. The store is located at at the corner of Route 272 and Willow Street in Adamstown, PA.

The premises features plenty of free parking and restrooms on site.

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