Author: Laiken Whittredge, Administration & Marketing Assistant
The avid antique hunter will tell you there is nothing more satisfying than finding a piece that makes your heart sing. Whether you are looking for an accent piece, a dresser, a rug, or shoes, you are bound to find what you are looking for while antiquing in Otsego County! From Richfield Springs in the North to Oneonta in the South, follow our trail and see what treasures you will uncover!
- Marketplace on Chestnut (Oneonta, NY)
With over 100 dealers under one roof, there are hundreds of collectibles and antiques just waiting to be discovered at the Marketplace on Chestnut. Enjoy searching for Victorian or Adirondack-style furniture, Depression glass, antique jewelry, military memorabilia, or vintage clothing in this historic 19th-century building. Formerly the Jonathon Logan Dress Factory, this brick structure has three levels and 20,000 square feet of room for independent dealers of antiques, gifts, and collectibles.
- Colliersville Cottage Antiques (Colliersville, NY)
If you take the “back road” of RT-7 to get to Cooperstown from Oneonta, you’ll pass this charming yellow house filled to the brim with antique wares. Explore 18 rooms of Antiques, Furniture, Glassware, Artwork, Mirrors, Toys, Ephemera, and Sports Memorabilia. There’s something for any collector here!
- Old Gristmill Antiques & Collectibles (Portlandville, NY)
This historic 4,000 square foot Gristmill is located along the Susquehanna River, at the mouth of Goodyear Lake, just south of Cooperstown on State Highway 28 and only 8 miles from Oneonta, New York. Stroll through this historic building with views of the river as you hunt for buried treasures.
- Posie’s Vintiques (Milford, NY)
Posie's is a shop that carries period furniture as well as country and vintage styles. There is always something new to see at Posie's - with a guarantee of awesome, old fashion "stuff". Let it bring those memories back from a time when life was a bit simpler and not so rushed. Craig's Classics is a part of Posie's Vintiques, dedicated to vintage and antique toys including; pedal cars, pedal tractors, diecast models, toy trains, and vintage toys such as Tonka, Structo, and others from a time when toys were built to last generations, not days. Take a minute to drop in and look around.
- Wood Bull Antiques (Milford, NY)
A gigantic 4 story antique and design experience. Collected over 40 years by artists Kip and Judith Coburn, visit “The Barn" near Cooperstown and browse 62 room settings with 28 farm tables, 38 cupboards, vintage chair sets of all sizes and styles... expanding outside on 4 acres of garden furniture, statuary, pools, sculpture, ponds, and paths. The unique and unusual are found here, so you will not want to miss it!
- A&E Thrift Store (Cooperstown, NY)
We know that a thrift store does not equal an antique store… but hear us out! At A&E you will find anything & everything, including antiques. With new items coming in weekly, follow them on social media to see what antique and vintage finds they are bringing in! Do not miss this stop on your hunt for treasure!
- Stonehouse Toys of Fame (Cooperstown, NY)
Located in the heart of Cooperstown on Pioneer Street, collectors will not want to miss a stop to Stonehouse. Action figures, space toys, sports figures, dolls, cars, trucks, western-themed, comics, games, building toys and so much more fill this little shop. Stonehouse focuses on classic antique and collectible toys from the 1950s thru the 1990s.
- Butternut Barn Primitives (Richfield Springs, NY)
The shop is situated in a Circa 1848 two-story carriage barn. The timeless atmosphere & ambiance of the hand-hewn beams & wooden floors complete a sense of yesteryears to the primitive style shop. The Barn is situated a few yards South of Scenic Route 20 on Allen Lake Road, County Rt 27 just outside the historic Village of Richfield Springs, NY. A pleasant country drive from any direction, and a trip worth making!
- Finders Keepers (Richfield Springs, NY)
A good old shop that buys and sells items of interest daily. They have an eclectic assortment of home decor and knickknacks and have been in business for over 25 years. Open year-round, but our hours vary depending on circumstances, so call ahead!