DescriptionCollectors from the mid-Atlantic come for antiques, crafts and art galleries that fill Bridge, Union and Coryell sts. The tree-lined neighborhood looks like a movie set from a New England town, and if you arrive from Pennsylvania over the Delaware River, the Lambertville Station should remind guests about the borough’s railroad history. It is now a popular hotel and restaurant to go along with all of the shops, coffee bars and other bistros.
Visitor InfoDelaware River Towns Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau 59 N. Union St., Unit B LAMBERTVILLE, NJ 08530. Phone:(609)397-0055
Self-guiding toursA guide outlining the various shops and things to do in the area is available at the convention and visitors bureau.
ShoppingThe Antiques Center at The People’s Store at the corner of Church and Union features three floors that have seen selling action since 1839. If you arrive from the Washington Crossing Park side of town, you’ll pass right by the Golden Nugget Antique Flea Market, a much higher-end “flea” than you’re used to, with 60 shops.