Summer Antique & Food Market

promotional image for the Summer Antique and Food Market. Images of visitors at food truck on left. Image of vintage boots on right.

Saturday & Sunday
July 27 & 28

10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Rain or Shine

Metal horse head and a green metal box sitting on an orange wooden bench. Beneath the bench is a white pitcher and basin.

Join us for the Summer Antique & Food Market, an indoor/outdoor experience featuring nearly 40 antique dealers from the Tri-State area along with local food vendors and farm market proprietors.

Throughout the WheatonArts campus and inside the Event Center, get lost in time as you explore a wide selection of antique art, books, ceramics, furniture, glass, jewelry, kitchenware, linens, memorabilia, paper, pottery, primitives, toys, vintage accessories, and more!

Got those summer munchies? Take your pick from a variety of local food trucks & vendors, as well as lunch specialties from our new GateHouse Cafe! Picnic tables, trash bins, and recycling bins are located throughout the campus. We just ask that you do not feed the wildlife.

Discount Admission: $5 per person

Tickets are available at the front gate of WheatonArts. Includes access to the Museum of American Glass, Hot Glass Studio, Pottery & Flamework Studio, and Museum Stores!

Meet the Antique Dealers:

Anita Cassano Antiques & Jewelry

Arlene Rabin Antiques

Back to the Future Gifts

Barbara’s Unique Mix

Constance Nadig

Delaware Avenue Antiques Emporium

Doris’s Antiques

Dug History Collectibles

Edmund R. DeHaven

Elwood Antiques

Elwood Antiques

Harper Ewing Antiques

Hosier Antiques

Imagine Antiques

Jersey Blues Antiques

Jerseyana Antiques & Collectibles

Jim & Carol Leach

Jim Estelle Antiques

Karen O’Neill

KT Antiques

Lucy Niezgoda

Main St. Antiques


Old Dog Antiques

Pine Lake Nursey Antiques

PJ’s Antiques

Rachel’s Dowry

Red Barn Antiques

Rick LeDent

Sally Smith Antiques

Shoemakers’ Antiques


Stouch Studios

The Acorn Post

TML Books & More

Victor Scaranda Antiques

Von Rhine Antiques

Way of Wisteria

Wm. Thomas Antiques

Yesterdays Limited

Family Art Activity — Sketch Circle: En Plein Air

10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Discovery Garden
Experience Fee: Pay What You Wish

Gather around the Discovery Garden and enjoy an en plein air (outdoors) sketching activity! Our Discovery Garden, planted and cared for by the Rutgers Master Gardeners, offers an assortment of native plants for you to learn about and sketch. Miniature easels and blankets will be placed on the ground for you to comfortably sit while getting a close-up view of your subject matter.

Create Your Own Glass Fused Pendants or Magnets!

In the Education Studio from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., create a unique glass fused pendant or magnet at a discounted price! Available for ages 5 & up at a cost of $10 per person (normally $13). Hurry, spots are limited! Walk-ins are welcome if seats are available.

Register today at 856.825.6800 ext. 152.

Museum of American Glass

Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Go on a guided tour of the Museum at 2:30 p.m. Check out Martha McDonald & Laura Baird’s musical museum performance video, playing continuously in the Museum Lobby. Visit the 1876 Schoolhouse building to see Jo Yarrington’s installation “Uranium Game,” part of the Emanation 2019 exhibition!

11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Check out our curatorial “touch cart,” allowing visitors to explore the difference between the techniques of hand shaped, mold blown, pressed, and cut glass through a hands-on experience.

Two women in hats painting a landscape by the water, one standing at her easel and one sitting on the ground.
An adult helps a child create a fused glass magnet during the Summer Antique and Food Market
One of artist Jo Yarrington's uranium glass orbs is put into the gloryhole at the WheatonArts Glass Studio

Artist Studios

Visit our Artist Studios to connect with the WheatonArts’ resident and volunteer artists! Watch live demonstrations and interact with the artists throughout the day.

The Glass Studio: Watch and learn how our glassblowers sculpt molten hot glass into beautiful works of art during narrated demonstrations at 11 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.

The Ceramic & Flamework Studios: Open 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Stop in to see our ceramic artists throw clay on the potter’s wheel and flameworkers melting glass in creative beads and sculptures.

Museum Stores

Special Event Coupons Available at the GateHouse! Be sure to stop in to all three stores for items up to 70% OFF.

General Store: Sample ready-to-make dips, unique jams, and a special shrub drink from Tait Farms! Purchase Tait Farms products in the General Store. Items may change seasonally.

The Brownstone: WheatonArts welcomes back the Holiday Shop in the Brownstone! Begin your holiday decorating and gift shopping now with unique and handmade items, all from the U.S.A.

The Gallery of Fine Craft: Stop in to check our new textile boutique!

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