Open since 1999, we've been improving non-stop to bring you a great antiquing experience here in Waterford. Dance to the 60's while enjoying your time out with wide open aisles, tidy booths, and a huge selection across 2 floors. Staff are happy to help as best as they can when you're after something in particular as well.
Situated across from the walking trails and Shadow Lake in Waterford, it truly in a picturesque spot for your next day out. Plan your day around a trip to Ritzy Cakes for lunch, a Quilt Junction class, or the other antique spots on Alice Street.
On-Site Parking - Free parking is available at the front and back of the build.
Washrooms - Washrooms are available on site for customer use. Please note, they are up a few steps.
Baskets - Antiquing is an epic adventure, visualize what you're bringing home by keeping it all together. Wheeled baskets are available for your convenience.
Cubbies - Tired of carrying your discovered treasures with you through the market? Let us help. We'll set aside a cubby for you so you can keep shopping hands free.
Payment Options - We accept Mastercard, Visa, Cash and Debit.
Beverages - If you're getting a little parched, we have pop or water available for purchase for $1.00.
Accessibility – Like many century old buildings, ours is not wheelchair accessible, and does not have an elevator to the second floor. There are just 2 steps into the building with a grab bar, walkers, strollers, motorized scooters, and wheelchairs and other assistance items are welcome in the store, our wide aisle way help those with mobility issues and aids.
Backpacks & Large Bags – Life comes with a lot of stuff, let us lighten your load. We ask that you leave these items behind the front desk, and appreciate your understanding.
Reuseable Bags – Available for purchase for $5.00
With over 75 vendors, we have a vast selection. Bottles, Stamps, Pottery, Furniture, Linens, and entire sister store the Fishin' Musician dedicated to vintage instruments, figurines & collectibles, jewelry, handmade items, farmhouse, you name it, it's best to come see for yourself!