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elliot j wrote a review Jun 2020
Newtown, Pennsylvania3 contributions1 helpful vote
We found the store well organized across three floors, over 8,000 sf of retail space in all in a building known as the Grand Depot. The main floor is mostly traditional antiques with a small outdoor area, the lower level is filled with mid-century modern items, and the mezzanine level includes both fine traditional art and sculpture mixed with some contemporary. A Touch of the Past is one of 30 dealers in what was formerly a grain hall at the turn of the century. We also visited the Peoples Store next door, which was a little lower end so plenty for everyone. Definitely worth a visit.…
Date of experience: June 2020
momoftwofreehold wrote a review Aug 2018
111 contributions32 helpful votes
Wonderfully displayed beautiful items! Weird to be in an antique shop that didn't feel like looking back in time as much as BEING back in time. The staff was friendly and helpful. Can't wait to see this place at Christmas time we will be back!
Date of experience: August 2018
Michael B wrote a review Mar 2017
New Jersey888 contributions115 helpful votes
Looking for high end items to decorate your house. This store should satisfy your tastes. A couple of floor of everything you keep you in style, furniture, statues and tables galore. Need something eye catching, drop in here and check what they have.
Date of experience: February 2017
MitchPhyllis65 wrote a review Dec 2016
Morristown, New Jersey4,381 contributions423 helpful votes
This beautiful store offers a wonderful collection of museum quality antiques, paintings, furniture, and collectables. My wife and I enjoyed exploring the various areas filled with works of art from the past.
Date of experience: December 2016