Freedom Treasures & Museum

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"Mr. & Mrs. Picker" are long time collectors of old and unusual things!  Having moved into their new location with brand new building that is two stories tall and can house years of Antiques, collectables and a whole lot more!   A total of 3 barns allows for plenty of room for vintage, antiques, collectables, craft supplies, items to repurpose, farm implements, household items, wood, tools, various furniture, old toys, bottles, metal signs, lanterns and tons of miscellaneous.   With a grand opening being planned for May 2020, you can view upcoming sales on their Facebook page.  While they are no set hours at this time, as they sort and make ready for Grand opening, you can also call for inquiries or appointment.

Freedom Treasures & Museum
Freedom Treasures & Museum
11478 Rt. 98
Freedom, NY 14065
United States
Phone: 248-444-9294
42° 29' 0.6288" N, 78° 18' 0.396" W

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