Whether you’re looking for a souvenir to take back to family or a treasure to fill your home, antiquing is, and always has been, a popular way to discover one-of-a-kind finds. Here in Canaan Valley, there are four well-known antique shops for individuals to explore during their visit: Three Castle Antiques, River Crossing, My Grampa’s Attic and Red House School Country Mall. If the names aren’t enough to make you want to stop in, remember, some of the most unique gifts are found when you least expect it–and may take you down memory lane!
Located on Front Street in Thomas, Three Castle Antiques, has many rare antiques. You’ll find paintings, pottery, records, kitchenware, clothing, furniture and more. If you’ll be coming through town on a day they’re closed and want to stop by, call ahead and schedule an appointment.
Looking for a shop that offers vintage, shabby, farmhouse decor and other unique items? You’re in luck. River Crossing, located on Spruce Street in Thomas, tries to carry items from the 1960s and 1970s that comes from around the world. They have big and small furnitures pieces, signs, tools, toys and other knickknacks, and also china. Swing by today to see what you can take home!
Have you ever been searching in your grandpa’s attic and found a unique piece from his childhood? That’s exactly what My Grampa’s Attic is all about! You will find furniture pieces, old photos, tools, kitchenware, and much more. Step back in time–pick up an old piece and give it a new home.
If you’re driving and see a red roof that reads, “Antiques,” you’ve arrived at the Red House School Country Mall. Visitors can journey through the 1932 school house and walk the 12,000 square-feet of classrooms and hallways all filled with furniture, primitives, glassware, books, comics, locally made jams and jelly, and more! You never know what you’re going to find, so leave room in your car in case you want to take something back with you!