Mizerner’s Antiques and More Market has been trading antiques on the same spot just outside of Hamilton Ontario since the 1960s, making it one of Canada‘s oldest markets. So what better to specialize in than antiques? Over its whole history, the store has been family owned and organically grown, and the current owners took over in the early 2000s. Each and every owner has had a passion for antiquing, and this can be felt by anyone who steps into any of the eight buildings filled with everything from A-Z.
Mizerner’s Antiques and More Market is one of those stores that houses multiple vendors under one roof, which means that there is a great range of antiques and interesting collectables represented here. Many of the vendors in situ have operated from here since the 1980s, so obviously have a great deal of knowledge to share, particularly regarding the local area and of course about their goods for sale. Great care is taken in the curation of the items up for grabs, and there are always new and intriguing things to be seen, even for the most regular of customers.
During spring and summer, additional space is allocated for vendors outside too at Mizerner’s Antiques and More Market, creating much more of a bustling market atmosphere to the grounds. Visitors will find vintage clothing, furniture for both indoors and outdoors, porcelain items, kitchen ware, books, toys and so much more. The range of goods here really needs to be seen to be believed.
The family-run feeling is one of the things that keeps people coming back to Mizerner’s Antiques and More Market. Shoppers are made to feel like guests in one’s home, and in finer weather months are encouraged to hang out in the orchards to take a picnic lunch and enjoy their surroundings. There are cafes on site too with home cooked food and refreshments. It is all in all, a lovely place to spend a day and spend some money.
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