Antique & Summer Market

General banner: "Antique Summer Market." The background is yellow with blue and green letters and colorful items, such as a string guitar, a large tomato, an oil lamp, and stacked ceramic bowls in a corner.

Antique & Summer Market
July 27 & 28, 2024
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. rain or shine!

Get lost in nostalgic bliss! This indoor/outdoor event features a standout collection of Antique Dealers from the Mid-Atlantic area showcasing a wide selection of ceramics, furniture, glass, jewelry, memorabilia, toys, vintage accessories, and more. Enjoy a variety of local artists, traditional craftspeople, food vendors, and farm market proprietors.

The Antique & Summer Market is included with General Admission to WheatonArts: $12 adults, $11 seniors, $7 students, and children 5 & under are free. WheatonArts Members are always free! Tickets are available online and at the front gate. Take time to explore the Museum of American Glass, the Down Jersey Folklife Center, Artist Studios (Hot Glass, Pottery, & Flameworking), Museum Stores, and the Nature Trail! See our free family art activities below. 

A collection of 5 glass oil lamps surrounded by china plates.
Artists selling a pottery to a customer outdoors at WheatonArts.
Woman ordering a Twisted Lemonade from a food vendor at WheatonArts.

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Below are details from the 2023 Antique & Summer Market. We will update this page with new 2024 information as it becomes available. Please check back later for updates.

Antique Dealers

Anita Cassano Antiques
August Flowers Vintage
Aunt Betty’s Stuff
Back To The Future Gifts
Barbara’s Unique Mix
Bob Lutz Antiques
Catherine DeGraw ENT
Edmund R. DeHaven
Elwood Antiques
Imagine Antiques
Harper Ewing Antiques
J’s Antiques
Collector Gene
Karen O’Neill Antiques
KT Antiques
Mama Hens Vintage & Antiques
Old Dog Antiques
Peter Fury Antiques
Rachel’s Dowry
Rick’s Cool Stuff
Something Old
Spring House Antiques
Stouch Studios
Sweet Sally’s Vintage
The Acorn Post
Timberdoodle Antiques
Toni Victor Antiques
Way of Wisteria
Wench In The Woods Antiques

Artists & Exhibitors

Algae Art
Beads on Cypress
Dream Trader Jewelry
Faith Flower Farm
Hou Tien Cheng
Jalma Farms
Jam Designs
Nutty Novelties, LLC
Philomena’s Rising
Photography By Dennis Abriola
Shadowcat Jewelry
South Jersey Pysanky
Upcycled & Vintage by Bonnie

Food Vendors, Snacks, & Farm Fresh

Karen & The Nut
Macs & Munchies
Matty G’s Dogz
McDowell’s Mobile Mess Hall
Murphy’s Farm Market 
Karen and the Nut
Top Shelf Mobile Cuisine 
Twisted Lemonade Beverage Co.

A woman in a purple shirt on the right side of the image is pointing at a glass dish at an antique vendor's table in the vent hall. The subject is the table with an array of antique dishes labeled $5 each. In the background is an antique clothing vendor and a man in a blue polo browsing an unseen vendor. the man is standing between two framed pictures. The left picture has a red bored and the subject is a farm landscape. The right picture is of a teal and black carriage attachment.
Visiting artists are renting out of the glass studio space and & equipment. Two people are working on a glass piece with torches at a workbench in the glass studio. The piece appears to be a pig.

Visiting Artist – Tim Spurchise

Glass Studio Demonstrations
Be sure to stop by the Glass Studio to watch ongoing glassmaking demonstrations throughout the day. Tim Spurchise joins us again from Ohio as a visiting artist to collaborate with our Glass Studio Coordinator Katey Murphy on aquatic sculptural pieces. 

A parent helps his daughter to complete a Family Arts Workshop craft project.
A child is wearing a blue button up and safety goggles while designing a pendant to be fused in the center of the image. At the bottom of the image are materials for the pendant place in cups. There are 3 cups of materials and 3 containers of beads. The first cup on the left contains green glass pieces, the middle cup contains small blue glass , and the right contains small yellow glass. The pendant in the center has an orange base, a blue square glass fragment, a blue and yellow fragment, a square black fragment, and a bright yellow fragment. The kid is holding a small design tool in his right hand.

Free Family Art Activities

Paper Spinner Toy
Summertime spinning toys bring color and excitement with every spin! This easy-to-assemble spinner provides hours of enjoyment for everyone using only cardboard, bright-colored paper, and string. 

Paper Hens
Celebrate a favorite farm animal by crafting a flock of hens using cardstock and colored paper to decorate any summertime space in your home. Learn about the different breeds of hens and personalize your hen with various colors and patterns.

Rain Sticks
Create and decorate an instrument that replicates the soothing sound of summer rain. Traditionally used by Indigenous people to encourage rain, a rain stick produces sound when it is tilted. 

Fused Glass Magnet, Pendant, or Suncatcher (fee-based)
Create a fused glass magnet, pendant, or suncatcher beginning with pre-fused glass blanks. Using small pre-cut pieces of glass and an assortment of accessory glass, including frit and stringers, create a design to be tack fused. After firing your fused glass, our artists will attach a bail, magnet, or leather cord, depending on your project choice. In one week, completed glass projects will be ready to pick up or ship (for a fee). This glass fusing activity has a discounted fee of $10 per magnet/pendant and $20 per suncatcher. 

Large crowd in the center on the main street of campus. The street is lined with food trucks on the side. To the left is a vegan food truck and to the right is a tacos food trucks. There are also customers at the foodtrucks.

We will update this page as programming for the event becomes available. Please check for updates as the event gets closer. Thank you!