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Have come here many times and never left without buying something. Many vendors and many rooms on two floors. Probably could find any thing you might need that was someone else’s junk or in their estate.
We were very surprised at the size of this antique center - it went on and on and on, upstairs and downstairs. This place is full of a large variety of items at various prices - you can spend hours browsing through everything. Prices vary...More
This is a fairly large antique store. You continually wind up and down stairways and get lost amongst all types of antiques. Enjoyed trolling through and found a few items to bring home. Spent about an hour and a half checking this shop out. Fun...More
Lots of diverse antiques. Great selection of smalls books, coins,china, crystal, furniture, and collectables. Very helpful staff, ATM, beverages and restrooms. One of the better centers in New England and on the way to Historic Bennington, DON'T take the by-bass. Go through to the old...More
My wife and I were recommended this place by a local restaurant we stopped in. We always love exploring antique shoppes when we go out of town. This one is quite the site. Must be an old farmhouse or schoolhouse that was converted. Lots of...More
What a great place to wander about on a cold rainy day. Some good memories came back to me when I saw some of the stuff similar to what I grew up with in Scotland - my mum would have liked this place !
I went to school in Bennington and go back at least once a year. Every trip back I make, I make sure to come here. Camelot Village has such a wide variety of items, from fine jewelry to vintage post cards (and retired Bennington Potters...More
We stopped in here last Friday having done a few days in VT and NH with our daughter and her fiancé. This is easy to find and not far off the main route 9 back to NY (it becomes route 7 in NY), where we...More