Hitching Post Antiques Mall
Over 8,000 sq. ft. of Quality Antiques
Owned and operated by the Nelson family, The Hitching Post Antiques Mall has been proudly serving the Lenawee County area since 1984. Our 8,000 square foot main shop offers a wide selection of quality antiques which include Victorian items, oil lamps, dolls, toys, advertising, banks, military memorabilia, glassware, books, clocks, collectibles, lamp parts, hardware and so much more! We have a little bit of everything within these walls!
In addition to our main shop we have a large barn filled with furniture which is open daily for your perusing.
We are open 7 days a week from 10am to 5:30pm. Our knowledgeable staff would be happy to assist you with any of your antique needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you still have the flea market?
Sadly, we no longer have our large flea market. We will always cherish all of the fond memories we have of the flea market over the years. Thank you to everyone who participated in and supported the market!
Do you buy antiques?
We sure do! From single items to entire estates we are always buying quality antiques.
Got something to sell? Give us a call or email us with your inquiry. If you are in the area, feel free to stop in with your item. Please call ahead if stopping by to make sure our buyer is in the shop at that given time.
Do you repair antique lamps?
Yes and no. We offer a large selection of lamp parts, shades, chimneys and hardware but unfortunately can't do any rewiring of any kind due to liability issues.
Do you have a wish list?
If you are shopping for something specific our staff will do their best to help you find it in our shop but in the occurrence that we don't have an item you are more than welcome to leave your information in our wish book. We get items in everyday and someone on our staff would be happy to give you a call if we get your desired item in. You never know what is going to come through the door.
Have you always been in Tecumseh?
Tecumseh, Michigan has been our home since 1984 but prior to that we were The Village Pump in Northville, Michigan.