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Lakewood 400 Antiques Market

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Valorguy4 wrote a review Jun 2019
Alpharetta, Georgia15 contributions12 helpful votes
I've been to this business about 5 times. Why do they need to milk the consumers for parking when they already charge the booth owners a monthly rent.... This is a mix of stuff, but not really a lot of antiques. It's more of an eclectic mix of artists and hobbyists making stuff, along with new items for sale.... Bottom line... Go to a real antique mall where you don't have to pay if you're looking for antiques.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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muffins_mom_11 wrote a review Jul 2018
Tampa, Florida89 contributions71 helpful votes
Seriously, I was disappointed because my car wasn't big enough for me to buy more to take back with me to Florida. Found great décor items, for both indoor and out. The best part of the day was the fact that it was something that both me and my dad could do together and enjoy. Definitely fun for multiple generations and any age group.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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MarilynDean wrote a review May 2018
Buford, Georgia323 contributions48 helpful votes
We went just to browse and spend a couple of hours, but we walked away with found treasures and only made it through half the building. It costs $3.00 a person to get in but it is a wonderful way to spend a day. There is everything from memorabilia to furniture. Bring cash or use one of the ATM machines there. There are clean bathrooms and a place to sit and eat.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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JMAC2239 wrote a review Oct 2017
Cumming217 contributions79 helpful votes
Whatever your pleasure - furniture, decorations, coins and many/much much more. Cash is good (some vendor's only take it) ... but the opportunity to find what you need/want is always there. Lot of smiles ... lot of "things" and certain pieces you will not find elsewhere! And, there is even a thing or two to eat that is good.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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SouthernBelles98 wrote a review Sep 2017
Alpharetta, Georgia726 contributions63 helpful votes
Finally checked out this market which is only open once a month - I thought 2 hours would be enough time but we couldn't get through it all! Planning to return tomorrow because your ticket admission ($3) lasts all weekend. It's a huge venue with truly something for every taste and interesting just to walk through but you're likely to find something that catches your eye. Some booths were a little pricey but there is a range and some booths have sales. Friendly and welcoming atmosphere. Definitely worth a look!
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Date of experience: September 2017
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