Route 41 Antique Mall Opens in Springfield, TN

The Route 41 Antique Mall in Springfield, Tenn., just opened this past week with great success and they are holding their Grand Opening tomorrow, Saturday, August 4th. They are located across the street from KFC on Route 41/Memorial Blvd., that runs through Springfield.

Route 41 Antique Mall exterior

This is a fresh new mall with lots of light, concrete floors, wide aisles, showcases and tons of booths in the back warehouse area. As they are new and just opened they have quite a few area dealers but are looking for many more as this building has LOTS of room. You’ll find a little bit of everything from high-quality antique furniture and accessories to primitives, quilts, hand-crafted creations, garden accessories and much more. Here’s a sampling of photos I took this week on their opening day.

I was thrilled to score three hand-stitched pristine quilt tops at $15 each and a Goodspeed’s “History of Tennessee” featuring Montgomery, Cheatham, Robertson and some adjoining counties – priceless!!!!

My “score” on their opening day. I’m using one of the quilt tops for my office table tablecloth

Here’s a gallery of photos to browse from my visit. I’m sure they will be filling up soon so go see what’s new!

Be sure and visit the Springfield Antique Barn to shop their two huge floors as well, and have lunch at Burdett’s Tea Shop on Main Street. Tell them Jamie from the Busy Bee sent you !

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