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Riverfront Antique Mall

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KaraBinNemsi wrote a review Mar 2020
Graz, Austria679 contributions158 helpful votes
I went there, half of the booths were empty and from the remaining stands, I just couldn´t find anything at all that would be interesting for me. Anyway, I´ll have a second look on another day, maybe I just had a bad day
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Date of experience: February 2020
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llschrade wrote a review Apr 2019
North Augusta, South Carolina32 contributions5 helpful votes
It will take you hours to look the the many consignment booths at this converted Kmart store. Lots of good stuff, and lots of junk.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Claire D wrote a review Apr 2019
Columbus, Ohio96 contributions36 helpful votes
Like all large booth type antique malls this one is a mix of gems and junk, true antiques and just old, or even some new items. It all depends on what you collect or think is of value. Prices varied by booth, but most looked reasonable to me. Center aisles were wide, but many booths were packed with not much room to walk. Many booths were organized so you could pretty much get an idea of what was there from the wider aisle, such as kitchen, or farmhouse style, old tools, glass & china etc. If the items caught your attention you could choose to venture into the more closer quarters of the individual booths. There were a few booths of toys with loads of toy cars and vehicles and dolls and some nostalgic board and boxed games including some doll beds and doll carriages, some for the collector but most more for children or for grandchildren. Other than those booths, I would not recommend you bring children unless there is an adult to watch them in the wide aisle areas. Outside was a large area of garden and outdoor items. We were traveling with an already packed van or I would probably have bought more. Parking lot was big.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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cheryl h wrote a review Feb 2019
Durham, North Carolina55,637 contributions1,693 helpful votes
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This place is huge with over 100,000 square feet. We were greeted by 2 very nice people as soon as we walked in the door. The main aisles are wide and clear but there were a few cluttered booths which we just passed by (not worth tripping or knocking something over). It was very easy to navigate (no need to leave a trail of bread crumbs). They also have a nice little cafe inside if you get hungry or thirsty during your visit. You can find collectibles, vintage jewelry, vintage clothes, toys, primitive, rustic, china, glassware, military, pottery, kitchenware, advertising, furniture, lighting, and much more. We walked out with a few items we didn't even know we needed.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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ernestsp62 wrote a review Feb 2019
Savannah, Georgia3 contributions5 helpful votes
great place to shop n browse for antiques n collectibles very reasonable prices n a huge selection place is huge café is good 4 lunch or a snack help is friendly n helpful
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Date of experience: February 2019
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