The Hancock Antique Mall and Flea Market has been treating visitors to nostalgic shopping trips in Maryland since 1998. The late owner took over an old factory building and turned the 48,000 square feet of space into a huge antique mall. This was somewhat of a retirement plan for him, but the business took off! This kind of mall was obviously just what was needed for this area, and its popularity shows no signs of slowing.
With so much space, the Hancock Antique Mall and Flea Market accommodate upwards of 250 vendors. All these different stands and individuals really give this mall much more of a flea market feel than simply walking around a commercial store. Shoppers can chat with each vendor, just like at a market, bargain for prices, find out more information about the goods and snatch up collectible antiques and vintage pieces for a steal. It can easily take most of the day to make your way around all the stalls here, but what better way to spend a day!
All of the vendors within the Hancock Antique Mall and Flea Market make sure that they change up their items regularly, and the owners guarantee that there is fresh stock to see every day, which is no mean feat with a huge store that opens six days a week. The different displays seem to show off nearly everything one could think of: taxidermy pieces can be found, alongside toys, vintage clothing, scales, furniture, chinaware, books, picnic baskets, ornaments, birdhouses, jewelry and a whole lot more besides.
Whether you are searching for a unique item for the home or a special gift that can not be found on the high street, the Hancock Antique Mall and Flea Market covers all needs. With a nice mixture of antiques and more typical flea market wares, there is definitely something for everyone.