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Antiques
For antiquing in Lambertville, we like the shops on Union and Bridge streets. They run the gamut from rustic country to fine European classics. One of our favorites is The People's Store, a 40-shop antique cooperative, at the corner of Church and Union. It is Lambertville's oldest and largest affordable antique center. If you're like us, you won't leave empty-handed.

Click here for more information on the local antique scene.

Across the river in Pennsylvania, there are a multitude of shops along Route 202 (known locally as "Antiques Row"). Just take 202 from New Hope towards Doylestown and stop wherever the urge strikes you.


Flea Markets and Auctions
There are a number of great flea markets within 4 miles of the inn.

Rice's Market (New Hope)
This 30-acre outdoor flea market is one of the oldest in the country, selling everything from antiques and linens to plants and crafts. You can also purchase authentic Amish goods at Rice's. Tuesdays and Saturdays, 7 am - 1 pm.

The Golden Nugget Antique Flea Market (Lambertville)
One of the East Coast's finest antique markets. 40 inside shops and 250 outdoor tables. 609-397-0811 Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, 8-4 (all year long).

David Rago Auctions (Lambertville) (609) 397-9374
Specializing in 20th-century Decorative Arts, including Arts & Crafts and Modernism auctions. 20th-century bookstore on site. Call for auction dates.


Outlets
Liberty Village Premium Outlets, Flemington, NJ
Located just 7 miles from the Inn, in Flemington. Over 40 premium designer outlets, including American Eagle Outfitters, J. Crew, Michael Kors, Ann Taylor Factory Store, Brooks Brothers, Coach and more. Called "one of the finest high quality manufacturer's outlet shopping complexes in the country".

Penn's Purchase Outlet Center, Lahaska, PA
35 outlets carrying brand name merchandise. Known as "Pennsylvania's premier outlet shopping destination". (About 5 miles from the inn)


New Hope, PA and Lambertville, NJ Shopping Highlights
The Blue Raccoon, Lambertville, NJ.
Open daily 11-6. Terrific gifts and unique home accessories. 1999 "Best of Philly" winner for home accessories.

Mill Crest Vintage, Lambertville, NJ

Wide selection of unique vintage fashions featuring wedding gowns, prom dresses, cocktail dresses, day dresses, designer couture seperates and outerwear.  Also vintage shoes, hats and handbags.

The Urban Archaeologist, Lambertville.
Home and garden decor from the regions of Greece and Italy. Byzantine jewelry, handcrafted leather, icons, gifts, very unusual items.

Phoenix Books, 49 N. Union Street, Lambertville.
Large selection of used, rare and out-of-print books and records.

Celt-Iberia Traders, Lambertville.
A unique gallery featuring arts and crafts from the finest artisans and craftspeople of Ireland and Spain.

Heart of the Home, Main Street, New Hope.
Wonderful collection of artistically crafted items for the home.

Farley's Book Shop, Main Street, New Hope.
Great independent bookstore.  What a bookstore should be!


More shopping
Peddlers Village
, Lahaska, PA
What was once a chicken farm is now home to 75 quality specialty shops and restaurants, on 42 acres of colorful gardens and winding brick walkways. The charming shopping village includes a number of 18th century buildings which were moved to the site.

New Hope and Lambertville
Centered on and around Main Street, downtown New Hope offers a wide variety of shops and galleries. Across the river in Lambertville, the shopping is concentrated along Bridge and Union Streets.

Phillips’ Fine Wines, Stockton
The New York Times called Phillip's "the top wine store in New Jersey." A great place to find that rare wine or just browse.

Sunflower Glass Studio, Stockton
Splendid glass studio and shop on a farm just down the road from the Inn. (Sunflower Glass designed and built the stained glass windows in our Garden Cottage guest room.

The Studio, Frenchtown, NJ
Fun and fashionable things for the home including gourmet foods and furniture in a gorgeous historic building.

Two Buttons, Frenchtown, NJ

Elizabeth Gilbert, author of "Eat, Pray and Love", along with her husband, Jose Nunes own this one of a kind store in Frenchtown filled with statues, jewelry, furniture, textiles, antiques and exotica from everywhere on earth.  Open Wednesday thru Sundays, 11 am - 5 pm.

Riverbank Arts, Stockton, NJ
Fine art gallery of mostly local artist. Fun quirky crafts are also displayed. 609-397-9330.

 

Innkeepers: Carolyn McGavin & Bob Haas
6 Woolverton Road, Stockton, NJ 08559
609.397.0802888.264.6648

sheep@WoolvertonInn.com