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Antiques & Specialty Shops

The hamlets, towns and villages of the Great Western Catskills are where you’ll be pleasantly surprised by unique finds and small-town fun. Both the Main Streets and back roads offer great finds, from antiques, specialty shops and taxidermy, to Saturday night auctions and weekend town-wide yard sales. Here you’ll find those one-of-a-kind items by rambling and roaming through the Great Western Catskills!


  • Andes Art & Antiques

    Some of life's most interesting treasures are surprises hidden away from public view. Tucked away in a small barn behind an old Victorian farmhouse in Andes Village, far from the maddening crowd, Andes Antiques & Art is packed to the rafters with exquisite 19th and early 20th century paintings, modern masters, prints, sculpture, ceramics, WPA, fine furniture--old and modernist, rare books, jewelry and an inventory that rivals any good Madison Avenue shop. Open Thurs. Fri. Sat. Sun. Mon. and by appointment with Merna Popper. Andes Antiques buys, sells and trades.

    173 Main Street
    Andes 13731
    Merna Popper
    Phone: 845-676-3420
  • Andes Connection

    Come in for antiques, handmade gifts, and hand-beading by Carol-Ann. There is everything for tea and a Kids Closet section for families. Make sure to stop in when you're passing through. 

    33 Main Street
    Andes 13731
    Carol-Ann Bloise
    Phone: 845-676-4308
  • Antiques at Ricks Barn

    The area's largest inventory of fine European & American furniture. 

    50061 State Hwy 30
    Roxbury 12474
    Phone: 607-326-7700
  • ASHC Thrift

    ASHC Thrift is located in the former Andes Firehouse which was built in 1894. Take advantage of great deals on new donations. Funds support the Andes Society for History and Culture. Open from June to September, Mondays through Saturdays 10am-4pm.


    100 Main Street
    Andes 13731
    Phone: 845-676-4790
  • Axtell Antiques and The Rookery Bookery

    In 1968 the House of Axtell Antiques, also known as The Rookery, was born. This lovingly restored inn now houses some of the best examples of early Americana with emphasis on scarcity, unusual form, and superlative, untouched condition of our museum-quality offerings: baskets, stoneware, treenware, redware, folk art, iron hearth accessories, country furniture, textiles, art work, glassware, and early lighting devices. In 2012 The Rookery Bookery was established as an adjunct to The House of Axtell Antiques. Featured at this bookery are hundreds of books, periodicals, catalogues, and paper ephemera.

    1 River Street
    Deposit 13754
    Richard Axtell
    Phone: 607-467-2553
  • Barbara Alyn Designs & Mercantile

    Barbara Alyn's colorful fantasy art is available as artwear (wearable art), on canvas, or in a slew of whimsical jewelry, pocketbooks, household essentials and non-essentials must haves.  Fabulous fabric, textiles, beads, all odds and ends remade into original one-of-a-kind pieces that stand out in a crowd.

    Friday 12pm-5pm
    Saturday 11am-5pm
    Sunday 12pm-4pm

    806 Main Street
    Margaretville 12455
    Phone: 914-466-0321
  • Blue Farm Antiques

    For more than a decade, Blue Farm has specialized in honest antique Americana, folk art, furniture and accessories with occasional quality mid-century items thrown in for kicks. More recently, however, it has also begun using the many antique letterpresses in the shop to print its own line of cards and stationery items as well as custom work by commission.
    Open year round, hours are from 12-5 on Saturdays and Sundays or Fridays by chance/appointment.

    322 Main Street (business address only)
    Franklin 13775
    Phil Warish
    Phone: 718-781-5487
  • Cadosia Valley Antiques

    Specializing in antiques and collectables.

    1521 New York 268
    Hancock 13783
    Marion Price
    Phone: 607-637-2246
  • Catskill Candies and Confections

    Catskill Candies and Confections specializes in yummy whimsical chocolates. Each candy is made from scratch and is hand decorated resulting in a one-of-a kind fun piece of chocolate art. All of the chocolates are made in limited batches for absolute freshness.

    746 Main Street
    Margaretville 12455
    Phone: 845-586-6100
  • Catskill Mountain Artisans Guild

    Newly open store featuring the works of local Catskill artisans, fiber artists, and wood workers. Open Thursday to Monday 10:30am - 4:30pm.

    785 Main Street
    Margaretville 12455
    Jill Kline
    Phone: 845-586-3443
  • Catskills Regional Harvest

    Catskills Regional Harvest brings the bounty and talent of Catskills farmers, producers, and artists to the hands of visitors and fellow locals! We have everything from fresh greens to handmade chocolates, coffee, all natural body products, jewelry and more. Come check out what makes the Catskills so unique and pick up something for your next dinner party, some great gifts, or just something to enjoy tonight!

    5 1/2 Main Street
    Delhi 13753
    Phone: (607) 746-8700
  • Charming But Cheap and Possibly Antique

    Featuring a selection of antiques, collectibles and primitives.

    45855 State Highway 28
    Fleischmanns 12430
    Phone: 845-217-9633
  • City Mouse Country Mouse

    Featuring a range of vintage antiques and collectibles.

    67 Apex Road
    Hancock 13783
    Lee Gangi
    Phone: 607-637-2951
  • Clementine Vintage Clothing

    Specializing in vintage clothing for the Catskills lifestyle. Inventory changes seasonally, with summer dresses, Pendelton plaid shirts, Woolrich hunting jackets, ski sweaters, and holiday party attire, each stocked at its time. New items arrive weekly at prices that make them almost irresistible. Hours: Sat - Sun from 10am - 6pm. Memorial Day through New Years Eve. NEW - kids clothing.

    72 Main Street
    Andes 13731
    Dan Mayers
    Phone: 845-676-3888
  • Core Values Thrift and Consignment

    We sell clothing, household appliances, kitchenware, books, videos and other thrift store items. Our purpose is to maintain a network through which people can help each other by sharing and salvaging goods and resources. Hours: Wednesdays and Thursdays 11am-4pm, Fridays 11am-6pm and Saturdays 10am-3pm.

    112 Main St
    Stamford 12167
    Phone: 607-652-4772
  • Creative Corner Books

    Creative Corner Books specializes in cooking, crafts, and DIY books. Come browse in our bright, cozy setting! Chat, linger over a cup of tea, and dream about your next undertaking.

    607 Main Street
    Hobart 13788
    Kathy and George Duyer
    Phone: 607-386-2525
  • Elijah’s Closet Thrift Shop

    Collectibles, clothes, small household appliances, dishes, jewelry, furniture, baby items, toys, books, DVDs, VHS - all at affordable prices. New donations coming in weekly. Funds from the Closet support the Ministry of Sharing at the Congregational Church of Walton. Hours: Fridays and Saturdays from 10am to 3pm.

    4 Mead Street
    Walton 13856
    Phone: 607-865-4066
  • F.E. Murray Antiques

    Featuring antiques, gifts, and more. Classic antiques from early 1800's to mid-century. Stop in and see us. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff would love to see you!

    83 Main Street
    Sidney 13838
    Tim Murray
    Phone: 607-563-3619
  • Fisk Antiques

    The Fisk Barn is nestled between the towns of Andes and Delhi along State Highway 28. Our store has an emphasis on quality antiques and collectibles. With merchandise ranging from Persian rugs to American country primitives, pewter to lighting and decoys, unusual and affordable finds abound. Outdoor architectural elements as well. The store is open Thursday through Sunday, 10am to 5pm, holiday Mondays as well, and by appointment or by chance.

    116 Fisk Road
    Bovina 13740
    Roxane Liddle
    Phone: 607-832-4544
  • Fisk Auctions

    On-site and off-site auctions; always looking for high quality items for future auctions. Buy high quality art, antiques and estates outright.

    27792 State Highway 28
    Andes 13731
    Roxane Liddle
    Phone: 845-676-3000