Antiquing In New Jersey

Discover the skill of yesterday's craftsmen and the beauty of the distinctive furniture, jewelry and other durable goods made with expert carvings and delicate embellishments.


Antiques aficionados will adore Chester, Lambertville, Cape May, Point Pleasant Beach and Haddonfield, to mention just a few towns that offer unique treasures. 


Lambertville in particular has a well-established reputation for its outstanding antiques shops, many of which are along Bridge Street. In fact, Lambertville has been called the Antiques Capital of New Jersey. The reputation is well deserved. Antiques are the backbone of the economy – and part of the identity – of this charming little town on the Delaware River.


Lambertville’s antiques shops are distinctive in their wide range of merchandise, ranging from vintage art to antique and modern furniture, along with large collections of decorative items for the home.


Stroll along delightful downtowns that boast a friendly small-town environment. Specialty shops, boutiques and lively sidewalk eateries enhance the small-town feel of these delightful, walkable shopping venues.



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