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Connecticut is an antique hunter’s dream come true, with shops, dealers, galleries, auctions and flea markets all along the Connecticut Antiques Trail.
Why do we say “Find Fall Faster” in Connecticut? Because Connecticut puts New England’s richest fall experiences within easy reach, without the... More
Three floors of antiques from over 100 dealers with everything from vintage magazines, books, and furniture to unique clothing and accessories.... More
Perched atop a hill in an early 19th century Colonial home at the southern end of Woodbury’s historic district, Stiles House Antiques offers... More
Multi-dealer shop offering an eclectic variety of antiques and collectibles in six charming rooms. New items arrive daily.
Offering an eclectic mix of antiques, vintage items, jewelry, sculpture and object d'art.
Built in 1880 as a department store, the building's four levels in a 20,000 square foot showroom, features 130 antique dealers.
A mecca for the rug aficionado, with a peerless collection of Persian, Turkish, Chinese and Indian oriental rugs. Antique, semi-antique and new... More
Explore Yankee Magazine's 2014 "Best Antiques Stop", The PAST Antiques Marketplace at Nature's Art Village and find a treasure trove of eclectic... More
Between any Wednesday and Sunday, spend a couple of relaxing days in the quaint hamlet of Woodbury and browse a local antique trail that features... More
Invites you to shop in the charm of an early New England blacksmith shop, housing the finest antiques.
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Each year, fans gather in Litchfield County to celebrate Connecticut’s favorite fictitious town, Stars Hollow. Recreate
Whether you collect antiques or just like bringing a little old-school style to your life, Connecticut might just be
Part of Connecticut’s attraction has always been its small town centers, filled with personality, history and charm. And
Most people know Connecticut’s most visited landmarks and attractions, like Mystic Aquarium and the Mark Twain House. So
If you’re a fan of the television show, Gilmore Girls, you know that Rory and Lorelai Gilmore made their home in the
Labor Day may be the unofficial end of summer, but we’re not letting go without a fight. Here’s a full month of events
Half the size of Grand Canyon National Park, the Last Green Valley is home to undeveloped forests, rolling
Think you need a car to visit Connecticut? Think again. There are quite a few great places to explore (and great deals
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