6 Unique Antique Shops in Hawley

antique shops in hawley paWhen decorating your home, adding something antique to your space will give you an instant conversation piece.  Antiques are a great way to mix things up with your current décor and add a little piece of history.  You can go big with a piece of antique furniture or small with antique books on the shelf.  You can’t go wrong as each piece is unique and tells a story.  Check out this list of 6 unique antique shops in Hawley PA and get shopping!

In an 1870 Victorian-style blue building on Church Street, you’ll find Miss Elly’s Antiques and Such.  The interior is decorated like a private home with 2 floors of rooms filled with antiques.  Miss Elly’s has been at this location since 1999.  Throughout the summertime, they are open Wednesday through Sunday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Located in the original hydroelectric power plant on the Paupack River is Timely Treasures.  In the building, you will find 6 rooms of antiques including new furniture, lamps, wall art, candles, Stonewall kitchen products, mirrors, and other decorative accessories.  In addition to antiques, Timely Treasures is a licensed buyer of gold and silver items.  They are closed on Wednesdays and located at 210 Welwood Avenue.

With over 30 dealers representing not only antiques but also art, furniture, books and collectibles, check out the Hawley Antique Exchange on Bellemonte Avenue.  The Exchange has been in business for 21 years and offers 8,000 square feet of merchandise.  Antique dealers to look for when visiting include Cissy Bruce Antiques, Tortoise Orchard, Good Friends Antiques, Chris Baluta Barnhouse Antiques, Pennfield Antiques and many more.  Their summer hours are from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, 7 days a week.

The Loft Antiques has been in business for over a quarter-century.  They can be found at 1751 Route 590.  They specialize in 19th and 20th-century furniture and also sell antique furniture, glass, stoneware and other items.  For unique antique paper, check out Barbara’s Books and Antiques.  Barbara’s can be found at 237 Texas Palmyra Hwy.  Vintage paper in the form of postcards, photographs, magazines, books, and prints can all be found here.  They are open from Wednesday to Monday from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

One of America’s largest wholesaler of premier antiques and quality reproductions, check out Castle Antiques and Reproductions.  Their location offers visitors over 16,000 items to look through including furniture, iron toys, porcelain, and glassware.  They can be found at 230 Welwood Avenue.

If you’re still looking for that perfect gift, head on over to The Potting Shed located right here at The Settlers Inn.  Their merchandise changes seasonally and includes a variety to choose from.  While you’re here visiting, be sure to stick around for dinner at our award-winning farm to table restaurant.  Chef Ben Sutter is always serving up something delicious and they’ve got an award-winning wine list and a menu of craft beers from local breweries.  For more information about what we have to offer, give us a call at 570-226-2993.

Photo courtesy of Juan Antonio F. Segal