8 Unique Places to Go Antiquing in Hawley

Modern day treasure hunters are often armed with comfortable shoes and an appreciation for all things old rather than shovel and pickaxe. If exploring the recesses of comfortably cluttered shops and digging deep into stacks of nostalgia are your favorite pastime, you’ll want to discover these 8 places to go antiquing in Hawley. Many are within walking distance of The Settlers Inn, so you can take your time and stroll along Main Avenue popping in and out of these charming locales overflowing with relics of yesteryear.

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1. Miss Elly’s Antiques

Step inside this 1870s clapboard style Victorian home on Church Street to find rooms full of antiques. Displays and vignettes demonstrate how to mix styles and eras with painted furniture, glass and mid-century items interspersed with large, formal pieces. Discover new ways to repurpose vintage items. The assortment of merchandise includes paintings, textiles, folk items, vintage Christmas decorations and ephemera.

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2. Hawley Antique Exchange

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Get lost in 8,000 square feet of shopping space with antiques displayed on two floors. Browse the collections of over 30 vendors. The building along Route 6 is chock-full of art, collectables, pottery, primitives, Depression era glass, Christmas decorations, toys, coins, vintage fashion, furniture, lamps and books. Be sure to check out the world’s largest collection of Vaseline Glass. Find out why this has been a popular destination for treasure hunters in the Poconos since 1993.

3. An Array of Finds

One of the newest additions to Main Avenue provides a retail shop for Churchill Galleries’ collection of estate sale treasures. Peer into the storefront through large window displays before stepping into the century-old building.  Browse the offerings of antique and vintage furniture intermingled with unique collectibles and gift baskets for all occasions. Find dishware, pottery, glassware and seasonal décor. Items are reasonably priced with offerings for a wide variety of styles.

4. The Hawley Depot

A must-see for transportation enthusiasts antiquing in Hawley. The store carries a wide selection of antiques and collectables with an emphasis on model trains and automobile memorabilia. There’s also a plethora of vintage signs and advertisements and for the beer-lover, plenty of breweriana. Visitors to the shop located along Main Avenue, can buy, sell and trade antiques of all kinds.

5. Time Machine Antiques

An ever-changing collection of antiques and décor transports visitors to another era. Offerings from several vendors include everything from large furniture pieces to rustic country décor and collectables. Housed in a Victorian era building on Main Avenue, shoppers can browse the diverse collection at their leisure.

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6. Oma’s Attic at Art on the Edge

This little pocket shop is a jewel located inside the Hawley Silk Mill. Art on the Edge provides the space for a display of vintage furniture, glassware, cookware, toys and collectibles. Add character to any space with conversation pieces that range from retro kitchenware to prints and antique tools.

7. The Loft Antiques

Make your way along Route 590 as it bends and curves through the woodlands to this charming mom and pop shop. The Loft Antiques operates out of a carriage house adjacent to a pretty farmhouse. The owners have welcomed visitors for over a quarter of a century to shop the selection of quality antique furniture, glass, stoneware and miscellaneous items. This lovingly displayed collection of vintage furniture and selected accents is free of reproductions.

8. The Old Sandhouse Antiques & Uniques

There are so many treasures belonging to this shop along Route 6 in White Mills that items overflow and surround the building. Get lost exploring the array of antiques, collectibles and funky finds. Check out a large assortment of industrial goods ripe for repurposing.

The Settlers Inn shares an affinity for fine antiques and rich heritage. Stay in this lovingly restored 1920s era Inn and surround yourself in a treasure trove of Arts and Crafts style then spend your day antiquing in Hawley. Guest rooms and public spaces embrace the aesthetic while meeting every modern need. Browse the accommodations and book a getaway today.