Antique Alley

Antique Alley of Bridgeville is a huge antique mall with more than 20,000 square feet and housing 70 different dealers spread through 125 booths, which has been part of the local community since the early 2000s

Antique Alley of Bridgeville has been part of the local community of Bridgeville, Delaware, since the early 2000s. This huge antique mall is more than 20,000 square feet and houses 70 different dealers spread through 125 booths. It is a one-of-a-kind store for the area and therefore attracts antique enthusiasts and collectors from near and far. This diverse marketplace has something for everyone and it is easy to see why it has been voted the Best Antique store in Sussex county by many local publications.

Due to its growing popularity, Antique Alley underwent extensive renovations in 2015, increasing the size of the store with an emphasis on improving the shopper’s experience. The store visitors enjoy these days is clean, climate-controlled, and easy to navigate. There are even a map and floor arrows to help guide shoppers through all the booths and ensure they do not miss anything! Visitors are encouraged to treat their exploration of this store like a treasure hunt and the best advice is to mark anything that catches the eye on the map so that it is easy to return to.

Though it is open 7 days a week, the vendors of Antique Alley take great care in the maintenance of their shops and refresh their merchandise at least weekly. Collectors of specific types of pieces should not be shy to ask for assistance in tracking down their heart’s desires and all the staff here are friendly and happy to help. Even if you are searching for a particular item though, it is still great fun to have a look at everything on display; visitors will see amazing furniture, primitives, clocks, shabby chic, home décor, jewelry, railroad items, antique tools, neon signs, pallet furniture, custom made wreaths, and a wide range of curios that will make the perfect, unique gift for someone special.

Antique Alley further spoils its patrons with a snack and café area with free coffee, tea, and hot chocolate. Plus they even screen the Sunday NFL games or races on the café TV!

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