Adamstown Antiques and More
Adamstown, PA, has earned a national reputation as the “Antiques Capital” of the United States.
Thousands of antique dealers offer their treasures to an ever growing audience of collectors from around the country. You’ll find large complexes that host 500 or more antique dealers each, plus more than a dozen other antique markets, co-ops, and shops.
Plus, many more outdoor stands open up during the warmer months of the year. Thousands of antique shoppers and collectors shop in Adamstown – it’s a shopper’s delight.
Adamstown is also home to a variety of local restaurants along with hotels, bed and breakfast inns, and a brewing company that hosts beer festivals throughout the year.
The “Adamstown Antique Mile” is located along Route 272 between Lancaster and Reading in northeastern Lancaster County. It is just minutes from Exit 286 of the Pennsylvania Turnpike, and eight miles north of Ephrata (see our Lancaster map).