Antiques on Highway 48 is not a store that you may just happen upon by accident. It is a little out in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by fields and parks, and with a parachute school a short way down the road! However, it is more than worth it to take a trip to visit this awesome warehouse of vintage and antique goods. The gorgeous, wooden building houses two floors worth of collectible treasures, with some spilling out onto the front lawn to provide that little bit of extra temptation to shoppers visiting this part of Ontario.
The many different independent dealers trading inside Antiques on Highway 48 makes for a diverse selection of collectible items up for grabs. Visitors will find lovely items of furniture both antique and upcycled, advertising memorabilia, lace and linens, cameras, radios, coin and paper money collections, vintage household items and tools, paintings, gold and silver, vinyl record players, casino machines, gas and oil advertising, pottery, architectural salvage, and a whole lot more. Every item within the store is one-of-a-kind, so it is a paradise for those in need of a few unique things to decorate their own house, or for those wanting to find some very special gifts.
Antiques on Highway 48 is open five days a week, including weekends. With such regular hours comes the challenge of keeping the inventory exciting, which the staff here meet marvelously. There is always something new to discover within this store, which means it is always worth a road trip out here, no matter how long ago you were last shopping!
The staff running Antique on Highway 48 are incredibly friendly and create a welcoming atmosphere from the moment shoppers step into the store. They are ready to help with whatever inquiries visitors may have and will help to track down specific items of desire when needed. This store definitely has something to suit every taste and every budget and it is easy to see why so many people regularly make the trip out here for shopping.
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