Antiques Minnesota Inc

★★★★☆
  • 191 River Ridge Ln

    Burnsville, MN 55337

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  • 952-894-7200

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Mon - Sat, 10am - 6pm; Sun, noon - 6pm

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Nice collection of a large number of dealers so lots of variety and things to choose from. Clean and neat. Prices reasonable. Easy to navigate aisles and browse. Like most antique stores, not overly kid friendly (no specific play area for kids either) but has wider aisles than most so a child in a stroller would be ok.

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Nice collection of a large number of dealers so lots of variety and things to choose from. Clean and neat. Prices reasonable. Easy to navigate aisles and browse. Like most antique stores, not overly kid friendly (no specific play area for kids either) but has wider aisles than most so a child in a stroller would be ok.

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This is a large antique shop right off of 35W and Hwy 13. Although convenient to the freeway, you have to wind around on frontage roads to actually get to the place. I was expecting more than I got when visiting there. It is large, lots of individual spaces filled with your typical antiques. I didn't find anything spectacular about the place, and it certainly doesn't have the ambiance of a quaint little antique shop in a cute town somewhere. So depending on what you are looking for, you might find it. But if you are like me and you like the whole experience of going to an antique shop, I would skip this place and go to Stillwater or Red Wing.

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This is a large antique shop right off of 35W and Hwy 13. Although convenient to the freeway, you have to wind around on frontage roads to actually get to the place. I was expecting more than I got when visiting there. It is large, lots of individual spaces filled with your typical antiques. I didn't find anything spectacular about the place, and it certainly doesn't have the ambiance of a quaint little antique shop in a cute town somewhere. So depending on what you are looking for, you might find it. But if you are like me and you like the whole experience of going to an antique shop, I would skip this place and go to Stillwater or Red Wing.

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Touted as the country's first antiques mall, this 300-dealer center is filled with Depression-era glass, plus pottery, toys and clothes.

 

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