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Antiquing in the Poconos

Long a popular destination for honeymooners, outdoorsmen and other tourists, the Pocono Mountains in northeastern Pennsylvania are quickly gaining favor as one of the state’s prime antiquing spots. Visitors can find reasonably priced antiques and collectibles in dozens of shops throughout the region, including several lining a corridor of Interstate 81 between exits 58 and 64.

Early-American pieces featuring the fine craftsmanship of the Pennsylvania Dutch are but some of the treasures displayed in an increasing number of antique shops springing up in Carbon, Monroe, Pike, Wayne and neighboring counties, all easily accessible from Interstates 81 and 84 as well as U.S. 6 and 11. Early American not your style? How about art deco, art nouveau, Victorian, European or Asian? Antique shops in the Poconos offer something for every taste and budget.

Whether you’re looking to furnish a bedroom, find a unique piece of Depression-Era glass or foraging for the perfect candlestick to accent a mantelpiece, you’ll find what you’re looking for in a wide range of prices and styles. Hundreds of antique dealers carrying original pieces in mint condition stock shops specializing in furniture, jewelry, art, pottery, china, heirloom glassware and even vintage clothing. Selections include Victorian, Depression-Era and mid-century furniture in an array of finishes as well as Carnival glass, Flow Blue china and an assortment of Roseville, Hull and Fiesta pottery.

Antique Shops

  • Stroudsburg / East Stroudsburg
  • Milford / Lake Wallenpaupack Area
    • Forest Hall Antiques:
    • Timely Treasures: Timely Treasures has six showrooms filled with a large selection of Antique Furniture, Painted Furniture, Bridgewater Tableware, English Pine Furniture.

After you look through all the Poconos antique shops make sure you visit Gettysburg Pennsylvania for some old civil war antique's.