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A Saturday afternoon drive took me to Burlington, NJ. This is a historic town along the Delaware River. It looks like it’s an up and coming community, but there are still areas that need work. High Street downtown is the main historic street with shops...More
By the outside, it appears your walking down an alley into a small store, but then you open the doors and a small warehouse awaits you. Dont be in a rush to walk around here, bring a cup of coffee and walk slowly to see...More
I can't believe I've lived in Burlington most of my life and have never been here. A friend posted on Facebook that she was there so my son and I decided to check it out. I couldn't believe how HUGE it was. You could definitely...More
Burlington NJ is a quirky city. It's been "up and coming" for the past few years, and now I think it's partially arrived. New restaurants, new bushiness and new hope seems to be here. The Antigue Emporium has been around for a while. It's tucked...More
As with most antique emporiums, the vendors come & go - changing the focus of items being offered for sale. On this particular visit, and on the one previous to this, we found the offerings to be more on the order of garage sale finds...More
It was a very nice place to browse around at ones leisure without anybody looking over your shoulder or trying to sell you stuff. i am not into antiques so cant vouch for the quality of the collection, but just looking at the 1000's of...More
Stopped down in Burlington, NJ while headed to Mt. Holly. My GPS brought me across the Delaware River, then back over, and that was the shortest distance. This deceptive store front leads you to a massive (old) warehouse of Antiques, art and other goodies. These...More