5 Local Antique Shops to Visit in Woodstock & Beyond This Summer
Jul 02, 2019 02:39PM
● By Melanie Heisinger
Wigren-Barlow Art & Antiques.
Antiquing is one of those hobbies that is not only fun, but encourages us to explore different cities to find those unique treasures. There are plenty of places in Woodstock to explore, as well as a few stores just outside. Read on to find your new favorite antique store to shop!
If vintage clothing is your thing, Who Is Sylvia? is the perfect place to shop around, and is one of the oldest vintage stores in the nation, established in 1980. Here you will find women's and men's clothing and accessories from the mid-nineteenth to twentieth century, as well as vintage linens and lace. Not only that, they serve individuals, theaters, museums, photographers, historians, and collectors.
Stop by and shop your favorite vintage looks! Or, if you're looking to sell, you can also bring in your own vintage pieces to sell.
29 Pleasant St, Woodstock, VT
Wigren~Barlow Art & Antiques has been in business in Woodstock, Vermont for over half a century. In the 1920’s the building containing Wigren~Barlow Art & Antiques was home to another antique dealer known as “Antique Allen.” Over the years the antique building has been significantly expanded and presently has over 4600 square feet of showroom space. The business was featured in the February 1992 issue of “Colonial Homes."
Find amazing antique furniture and unique vintage pieces the next time you stop by!
Find your next unique, high quality piece here!
The Vermont Antique Mall is a charming 17,000 square-foot barn located in beautiful Quechee Gorge Village, featuring hundreds of booths filled with a vast array of antique, vintage and collectible treasures. Often voted "Best Of" in New England, we have the largest group of dealers in the area.
Come enjoy a unique shopping experience, complete with free parking, nearby eateries and fun for all ages!
Wear your walking shoes and head to West Lebanon to find some great antiques at Colonial Antique Market! One review on their Facebook page says: "My mother used to take me here and it was like a wonderland. It's smaller now, but ever wonderful. A good size and variety for me, making it fun to browse and buy. I found a lovely framed Blue Morpho butterfly and pretty earthenware bud vase - treasures like that have me hooked. It's now a mother-daughter tradition for the next generation!"