Best Lehigh Valley Antiques & Second-Hand Shops
With such a rich history of manufacturing and craftsmanship, it's no wonder Lehigh Valley is home to so many unbelievable antique stores. You may discover the item you've been looking for or the perfect piece of antique furniture you didn't even know you needed. But, no matter what you find, you're sure to have a blast looking with our recommendations on how to second-hand shop.
Lehigh Valley offers an array of shopping boutiques for the antique enthusiast. From co-ops, to flea markets, antique malls, and more, go treasure hunting and you'll find unique items to suit your taste.
Art and antiques are practically synonymous in Lehigh Valley. Whether it’s new antique-art markets sprouting up in the ArtsWalk Pocket Park or cavernous treasure troves like the Easton Antique Emporium, antiquing has never been easier nor more adventurous. Renninger’s Antique & Farmers’ Market is an institution with its own newspaper (Renninger’s Antique Guide). Open year-round, they’ve got an average of almost 400 vendors indoors and add another 300 or so outdoors in good weather. Consignment, flea, and antique-specific markets each have their own hours, but you’re generally safe before 4 p.m. to get a look at everything.
Here’s how to navigate the region’s thrift shops, auctions, and consignment stores to score brag-worthy deals on high-quality clothing, furniture, décor, and so much more.