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Wednesday, February 7, 2024

Shopping at the Cackleberry Farm Antique Mall in Paradise

Cackleberry Farm Antique Mall in Paradise

The Cackleberry Farm Antique Mall is one of the biggest antique stores in Lancaster County. You'll find it located on 3371 Lincoln Highway E. in Paradise, Pennsylvania. It's open year-round. You can visit their website to obtain driving directions and hours of operation.

When visiting you'll find plenty of parking available...they have their own parking lot. During the tourist season (summer season) and during those summer weekends they can get busy. If you want to avoid the crowds visit during the off-season or go during a weekday.

Cackleberry Farm Antique Mall in Paradise

Cackleberry Farm Antique Mall in Paradise

Once inside you'll find hundreds of different booths containing all kinds of merchandise. You'll find vintage home decor, collectibles, apparel, furniture, holiday decorations, handmade crafts, tools, kitchen goods, and more. We found that the majority of the items were clearly priced, but overly-priced in most cases.

We're not newbies when it comes to shopping for antiques and we found that they had a lot of the same old, same old stuff you find at most of the local antique stores. Regarding the pricing, again, we found that the majority of items were over-priced. Large variety of items to choose from.

Cackleberry Farm Antique Mall in Paradise

All of the seller's booths are located on one floor, so it's handicap accessible. There's a small eatery on the premises if you're looking for a quick bite to eat. It's not what I would call a full-service restaraunt. It's more like a cafe. We didn't try any of their food during our visit, so I can't speak to that.

In the same building you'll find their "sister store" called Not Just Baskets. In that store you'll find cookbooks, baskets, candles, linens, pottery, stuff for pets, handmade quilts, soaps & body lotions, delicious dips & mixes, plus more. That's more of a gift shop if you're looking for those type's of things. 

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