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think it deserves two rating but was trying to be nice. The antique stores that still exist have odd hours. The walk is better than the actually stores on the row. If you are searching for antiques skip it and find something better.
Antique Row seems a misnomer these days. The antique stores that still exist have odd hours and a few and far between. There are plenty of other retail and quirky venues to check out.....just don't expect antique store upon antique store....you will be sorely disappointed.
Take a leisurely stroll down Historic Antiques Row between Broad and 9th Streets on Pine. Small specialty shops offer chic (Ps&Qs) and vintage clothing (Je Ne Sais Quoi), books (Giovanni’s Room and Happily Ever After), toys for all ages, bric-a-brac, crafts (Show of Hands Gallery),...More
Walked to Antique Row, followed the signs and then realized we had passed through it without seeing an open or welcoming antique store. This was in the middle of a beautiful spring week day. After checking the map and other reviewers, we realized the area...More
Only a few interesting stores but nice walk. There probably was a time when this area was attractive and well maintained. Sadly, that is no longer the case. The name belies the reality. It is not a row of antique stores.
While I love spending the day between 9th and 11th and Pine and then heading over to South Street for the day, Antique Row's demise may not necessarily be the crash of 2008 (which was my original graceful conclusion), the dealers have always been aloof...More
There are only two stores selling antique furniture. A lot fewer than several years ago. Jeffry L. Biber has a wonderful store featuring decorative arts with a distinctive selection of silver. There are are a couple of galleries and some stores with eclectic stock. I...More
If you are wanting to get away from the traffic and city noise, escape a few blocks across from Philadelphia's CBD to Antique Row (Pine Street). Here you will find quaint small houses just off the road, quiet benches to rest your weary feet and...More