Known as "Antiques Capital USA," Adamstown has dozens of shops, galleries, and markets selling goods from bygone eras. The bigger markets, such as Renninger's Antique Market and Stoudt's Black Angus Antiques Mall, have aisles and aisles of collectibles, including furniture, toys, jewelry, crystal, china, glassware, linens, and coins. For outdoor antiquing, there's nothing like Shupp's Grove, with acres of shady woods filled with an array of antiques and collectibles. There are many other smaller markets and galleries as well.
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