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Historic Burlington Antiques & Art Emporium

February is a great time to visit at Historic Burlington Antiques in Burlington City, New Jersey. Burlington is the oldest city in New Jersey, established 1677. Burlington City is one of the most scenic and historic towns on the Delaware River. Scott Carlbon, a local developer and city resident, gave new life to a vintage building ready for demolition in 2001. He created a unique 14,000-square-foot home for over 80 antiques dealers. Today, antiques from the 1800’s to the 1950’s fill this spectacular post and beam structure. Shoppers will find primitive and Victorian furniture, military items, china, Roseville, glassware, jewelry, pottery, books, toys, collectibles, and more – all at reasonable prices.

Those new to the Historic Burlington Antiques and Art Emporium are in for a treat.? The daily warm and welcoming atmosphere always includes complimentary coffee/tea and treats, but during this special event weekend they will also enjoy a * storewide 25% discount on items (* some exclusions apply).? Additionally, on Sunday, February 14th, customers are invited to a complimentary hot and cold buffet, beginning at noon.? Customers may also bring in items (two items maximum) for evaluation, on Sunday.? A panel staffed by the Emporium’s knowledgeable dealers will be set up to evaluate the treasures.

Once they discover this charming shop that has something for everyone, visitors will be drawn back again and again.??

The Emporium is located at 424 High Street (Route 541) across from the Burlington City Post Office. Burlington City is 1 hour and 15 minutes from New York City, 1/4 mile from the Burlington Bristol Bridge, seven miles from exit 47B of Route 295, 1 Block from the River Line Railway, and just 30 minutes north of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Visit Historic Burlington Antiques and step back in time. They are open seven days a week, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, visit the Web site or call (609) 747-8333.