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Pocono Antique Mall at Peddler's Village

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Route 611 and Stadden Rd, Tannersville, PA 18372
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Barbara C wrote a review Sep 2020
Newburgh, New York17 contributions13 helpful votes
We visited here last year and came away with not such a good expeirience but didn't bother to write about it . We recently visited an again not good . If you are a vendor and not making any money here I know why .The staff is unfriendly and could care less if you make a purchase or not . I asked a blonde women if she could contact a vendor to see if they would take a discount further than the 20 %if offered. The item was in a lot of disrepair. I made what I thought was a fair an honest offer considering the work that would be needed to restore this piece . She was obnoxious and absolutely refused to budge .That piece will be there for a long time .At the front desk they just kind of look at you no thanks for visiting , no have a nice day .No nothing ,the customer service at this place will make you loose money Which is a shame for the vendors who have gone to a lot of trouble to set up their booths with interesting artifacts and curiosities from years gone by
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Jessica G wrote a review Mar 2020
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We walked around here for hours. My friend and I weren’t even down the first aisle when we were told there was 3 buildings!!! So many treasures to find. And great conversations reminiscing the whole way thru. Would not bring kids - lots of glass and fragile items. Also would be boring for any kid. Great spot can’t wait to get back!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Theresa wrote a review Jan 2020
Bartonsville, Pennsylvania21 contributions1 helpful vote
A very large place to search for some treasures. Some prices may be a bit pricey and others are great pricing. Depends what you are looking for.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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FourthDoctor wrote a review Jan 2020
The Jersey Shore59 contributions17 helpful votes
Should have been 5 stars but Arlene who supposedly works at this location could not be bothered to help out or even open up cabinets to make additional purchases. If I had a booth here would be sure to not have her work in the section. That being said the rest of the place was great and very helpful.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Joe B wrote a review Oct 2019
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania27 contributions2 helpful votes
Mind you, my wife and I do not have an eye or an interest in antiques or even art for that matter. While vacationing in the Poconos for the week, we were looking for something to do on a rainy and cold mid-week day. The Pocono Antique Mall was a good option. Three interconnected buildings full of stuff to check-out. Anything from coin collecting to jewelry, old furniture, figurines, old LPs, and lots of mid 20th century pieces. Yes, truthfully, some of it is junk but as they say: one man’s junk is another man’s treasure. A good place to peruse and reminisce for a few hours.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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