Antique Depot is an antique store and flea market housed in a 74,000 square foot indoor facility in Duncansville, Blair County.
Home to nearly 200 different antique dealers and flea market vendors, it features a huge variety of collectibles, artwork, furniture, and other unique objects.
How to Find Antique Depot
Antique Depot is located at 1401 2nd Ave, Duncansville, PA 16635 – CLICK HERE for directions on Google Maps.
The building is divided into two sides, antique gallery on one side and flea market on the other.
The antique gallery side of the business is open Wed-Sunday, and the flea market side of the business is open on Saturday and Sunday.
What You’ll Find at Antique Depot and Flea Market
Quirky artwork, vintage glassware, and knick-knacks of all shapes and sizes can be found at Antique Depot.
Some vendors specialize in vintage toys.
Others specialize in vintage audio equipment.
Neon signs – there are plenty to choose from.
Several vendors deal in classic vinyl records.
Vintage furniture, jewelry, books, magazines, home decor – with nearly 200 vendors you’ll find everything under the sun at Antique Depot and Flea Market in Blair County!
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