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Seven of us went to hunt for treasures in a 3 story building built years ago. Each room was a different treasure.The woman at the front desk was super friendly. We saw all kinds of Vintage clothing, dishes, jewelry, coins...you name it-it was there. My...More
Three floors of all kinds of antiques it’s a tight fit so be careful walking around. Make sure you visit the basement and the top floor lots to see. Grandkids saw several things they had never been introduced to. Like wall telephones you had to...More
We enjoyed browsing through this HUGE antique mall because they seem to have a bit of everything. Prices were fairly standard for Oregon; however, the friendly owner was open to bargaining, which is always appreciated. There are real antiques, newer collectibles, and some garage sale...More
This place has everything. It has more antiques in one stop than you can imagine.
We loved looking and wish we would have more time. We went through the 3 floors once but would have liked to go through again. If you can't find it...More
This is the largest antique mall in town. Located in what used to be the old Department store for the village. There are odds and ends of all kinds of stuff. Don't expect bargains, but the prices are not too out of line.
Whenever we go antiquing in Aurora, this shop is at the top of our list! It's packed full of a variety of vendors displaying everything from glass to books, quilts to children's toys, tools to household goods and more. Be sure to go both upstairs...More
On a rainy afternoon, my husband and I drove up to Aurora to shop around. The Main Mercantile has great curb appeal, and we were eager to explore inside. There is good curbside parking located right at their entrance.
As soon as I walked inside,...More
I enjoyed visiting Aurora, Oregon with it's old houses that you can walk around as part of the walking tour with explanation of the history. Jane Kirkpatrick has written several fictional stories about Emma who actually lived in this town in the late 1800s along...More