The entire Monadnock Region is known as a mecca for antiquing and in just the past few years the antiques scene has exploded in Peterborough. Whether you are looking for small piece collectibles and memorabilia or large furniture, shabby chic or thrift items, Peterborough has a shop to fit your style!
Open since 2007, bowerbird & friends is located in a wonderfully bright and cheery space in Depot Square. The feel is upscale but accessible and we enjoy browsing through the spaces while watching the Nubanusit River flow past their back windows. Each of the five dealers has a unique style ranging from farmhouse industrial to vintage 50s and 60s to Victorian.
Also downtown and easy to find is Grove and Main Antiques which yes…is at the corner of Grove Street and Main Street 🙂 Although the owner has had her own store for about seven years, she only moved into her current bright and sunny space in 2016. This is a single dealer shop that features French and other European antiques, focuses on primitives and with everything from textiles to furniture.
Just down the block from Grove & Main is ReMarkable, the newest antiques shop in town. The owners have done a fantastic job renovating the space with natural pine wood floors and light colored walls that makes you want to stay and browse. Nearly twenty dealers and 2800 square feet of space offers everything from vintage design items to home decor, furniture and more.
Outside of the downtown area but within a two minute drive in any direction you will find a handful of other wonderful antiques and consignment shops.
Hidden Treasures of New Hampshire can be best described as an “adventure”. You can and will find just about anything in this 6,000 square foot, 30+ dealer shop: household items, vintage goods, toys, collectibles, artwork, glassware and much much more!
Our Town Antiques & Collectibles has been open since 2016 and is a multi-dealer shop offering a menagerie of items from collectibles to furniture and everything in between. This is a fun shop to meander through with its dealers broken out into small rooms. Just a heads-up, the shop is tucked into a plaza and can be missed from the road if you aren’t looking for it. Just look for the “L” shaped Brady’s Plaza with the Dunkin’ Donuts and you will find Our Town tucked in the corner.
Twin Elm Farm Antiques is a spacious and charming 1800s farmhouse and barn. Wander through the rooms of the main house or pop into the barn filled to the rafters with antique, vintage-style and one of a kind home furnishings and accessories.
Murray’s Home Again is housed in a large three story home. This thrift shop has something for everyone from little trinkets and nostalgic memorabilia to small and large furniture. They liquidate complete estates and purchase abandoned storage lockers so ou never know what you will find!
West of downtown you will find Piggy’s Fine Repurposed Goods.
Piggy’s Fine Repurposed Goods is a consignment store filled with home furnishings and decorative accessories. Don’t miss the “Man Cave” with its tools and other “manly” things and a 50 foot wall of used books!