When you enter the building, you'll walk through several aisles and booths that are filled with antique treasures, small and large. We saw vintage glassware, paintings, folkart, furniture, children's toys, dinnerware, bakeware, figurines, gorgeous vintage jewelry, handmade items and more! I didn't see a slew of old textiles there, but I did see a few. The selection was vast and their prices are pretty good.
Even though I don't decorate with country or primitive decor, I found two items that I loved and picked both of them up. I purchased a large vintage oil painting with a lighthouse & ocean motif and I purchased a small refinished dresser that was refinished with milk paint to go in my guest bedroom. Both of these items work with my coastal & beach-style decor and I got them both at a reasonable price.
After we did our shopping, we walked over to the Farmstead Farmer's Market (also located on the property) and enjoyed a hot lunch of bbq chicken wings. After lunch, we walked around the Farmer's Market and I was able to pick up some fresh local produce and deli meats. The grandchildren all were treated to some freshly made soft pretzels.
Near the buildings you'll find a small playground, so if you have some small children along with you, it's a nice little play area to let the kids have some fun & to burn off some steam before the ride back home. If you're traveling through, you'll find public restrooms located in building #1 and building #2 on their property.
We had a great time visiting this place and we'll definitely be visiting it again. If you would like to learn more about the Farmstead Farmer's Market in Palmyra, you can find an in-depth post on that right here on our Pennsylvania Travel Blog.
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