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The Syracuse Antiques Exchange is Central New York's largest and longest running antique mall with 20,000 square feet of display space across 4 floors with elevator access. The Exchange represents over 60 of the areas best antique and vintage...more
We check out antique stores regularly and I found this to be one of the best. Like most there are many vendors within. My wife and I have diverse interests. With four floors they truly had something for everyone. The surprise was that many of...More
They have 4 floors full of treasures and are located in close proximity to great diners and restaurants to grab a bite before or after treasure hunting. Prices are reasonable and there is always something new to see from a variety of eras.
I'm not crazy about the location but they have everything. It's a fun place to go back in time. They are also gifted at showcasing their items. Their stuff is expensive but it's well worth it if you are a collector and don't want to...More
Date of experience: December 2017
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Matthew P, General Manager at Syracuse Antiques Exchange, responded to this reviewResponded November 12, 2018
I'm fortunate enough to visit all types of antique stores all over the United States and this by far is one of the better ones in New York. Four floors of mostly genuine Antiques and a lot of hard-to-find items located here. One of the...More
Great location as it is only a couple of blocks from Destiny USA. This store boats four floors full of Antiques that most tastes can find something to their liking. For those going during the winter, parking can be a bit tough as it has...More
This is a very large and fun place to visit. It is four floors of antiques filling an old building in downtown Syracuse, all of which are owned and operated by a slew of different independent dealers. You really never know what you’re going to...More