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Renningers Antique and Collectors Market

2500 N Reading Rd, Adamstown, PA 17517-9353
+1 717-336-2177
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The best antique gathering!

I go every year in January and dealers are coming from all over the country and some even out of... read more

Reviewed 5 February 2015
southernicetea
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Not worthy

What used to be a nice destination to find reasonably priced antiques and collectables became a... read more

Reviewed 29 January 2015
TheUSATraveler2015
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New York
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2500 N Reading Rd, Adamstown, PA 17517-9353
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+1 717-336-2177
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Reviewed 5 February 2015 via mobile

I go every year in January and dealers are coming from all over the country and some even out of it. If your going for antiques this IS the place to go! No junk, no arts and crafts and no cheap plastic Chinese crap! If...More

1  Thank southernicetea
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Reviewed 29 January 2015

What used to be a nice destination to find reasonably priced antiques and collectables became a poor shopping experienced . Many dealers are rude and pricey, expecting " internet " prices. Some are more busy socializing with other vendors, rather then selling and treat potential...More

4  Thank TheUSATraveler2015
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Reviewed 30 September 2014

We try to go to one or more Extravaganzas. There are many quality shops and flea markets in the area. Shupp's is not as large as it used to be but still fun to visit.

1  Thank Dawne T
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Reviewed 22 June 2014

I have been coming here for 30 years and even though Rennigers has held on better then the others they are all dying a slow death. Times have changed and the younger people have no use for antiques add this to the fact of expensive...More

3  Thank TheTruth77777
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Reviewed 13 June 2014

Last Sunday was my first visit to Renninger's. It was an easy drive is located just off of the PA Turnpike. The inside stalls held lots of interesting treasures from military items to all types of collectibles and even a Pez dispenser spot. My favorite...More

2  Thank Annemarie C
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Reviewed 13 May 2014

You can find just about anything and everything at Rennigers. Their auctions are a lot of fun, and you can usually snag a deal on some of the Amish antiques.

1  Thank Karen G
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Reviewed 29 March 2014

This place feels like a real find, with just about every knick knack you could imagine all under one roof. It is fun to visit with each stallkeeper and get a bit of their personalities along with their wares. The place is light on furniture,...More

Thank Taylor O
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Reviewed 24 February 2014

Adamstown is always the place to buy antiques in Pennsylvania. There are three big Sunday markets (two in the winter); Renningers, Stoudts Black Angus, and Shupp's Grove. Be there early (6 am is late) for the best pick, not necessarily the best buy. Be ready...More

2  Thank antiquer1
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Reviewed 13 February 2014

I was a bit disappointed when I visited Renniger's Antique Market. There were a few very nice stalls with lots of item for sale and nicely displayed. There were others that just had bins with everything dumped in them and no order whatsoever. Sadly there...More

1  Thank jehenson81
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Reviewed 4 November 2013

Arrived at Renninger's around 8:30am. Plenty of parking and no entrance fee was a plus. The market is huge. As at all antique shows / flea markets there is variety of types of dealers. We found some dealers with really interesting items and reasonable prices....More

1  Thank Carl L
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Nancy S
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Response from Artisticwander | Reviewed this property |
Not normally in the winter. They hav3 greatly reduced hours.
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Nancy M
14 July 2015|
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Response from Tiffany T | Reviewed this property |
Sunday only
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