With over 70 dealers housed under one roof, the Antique Mall of America is a huge indoor space where antique enthusiasts will find all their needs met, every day of the week. For those that do not want to consult with calendars and sporadic scheduling of monthly or annual markets, this mall is perfect. With 43,000 square feet devoted to all things vintage and antique, both collectors and casual shoppers have plenty to search through here.
Since it is open every day, it could be a challenge to continually update merchandise and offer new goods to regular shoppers, but the Antique Mall of America has no problems with this. Most vendors have been in situ for a good while, but new vendors are constantly searched for and welcomed, so it is a common occurrence for a whole new display to be set up in the store. The regulars take great care with their goods to swap things around, update displays and ensure that there is always something new for shoppers and collectors to see.
The staff in the Antique Mall of America are incredibly friendly and ready to help any and all visitors. Such a large space could be a little daunting to first timers, but visitors are welcomed immediately and made to feel at ease. Those searching for specific items will find themselves given helpful directions, and those that just want to peruse a bit of everything are most welcome to do so. And there is plenty to browse through for sure!
So many wonderful items can be found in the Antique Mall of America. There are vintage advertising signs and posters, Americana galore, furniture items large and small, artwork, table lamps, military memorabilia, ornaments, glassware, vintage vinyl, statues, pocket watches, musical instruments and so much more. The mall also puts on great seasonal events too, to celebrate all things antique and bring more crowds in through the doors.
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