The southern Maine coast towns are dotted with antique and group shops from York to Arundel. In Ogunquit village centre, close to Ogunquit Beach Inn is the Blacksmiths' Antique Mall. This group shop originally was a livery station, and a place where horses would get shoed. The Hutchins family has been running this property since 1840. Seventh generation brother and sister, David & Joanie manage and operate this high volume group shop with their children.
There are cases with estate jewelry, depression glass, McCoy pottery, ephemera, paintings, collectibles, objet d'art and furniture. You never know what you might find! There are over 80 dealers at this antique mall.
The Blacksmiths' Antique Mall
166 Main Street ( US Route One)
Ogunquit, ME 03907-0795
Telephone 207 646 9643
Joan Hutchins Bannister
Staff is friendly and helpful, and prices vary from dealer to dealer.
In the Summer seven days a week 9am to 4.50pm
Autumn hours vary. Call for details
MasterCard and Visa accepted.
Items vary from Antiques, collectibles, decoratives, estate items, antique garments and mid century items!
Paul Lynde was a frequent visitor to Ogunquit, and would also perform at the Ogunquit Playhouse. Many locals claim that Paul was exactly how he was on TV, hilarious! Paul would visit the Front Porch Piano Bar, and wear a rain coat and rain hat, on summer days! He would walk through town with his standard poodle and admire the flowers and Marginal Way. Paul also shopped all the curio shops in the Ogunquit area.....