Time After Time

This listing is provided by North Marion Tourism Collaborative

 We are a real store filling every space in a two-story 1874 historic house in the center of Oregon’s thriving “Antiques Capital.” The tiny village of Aurora, Oregon was the state’s First National Historic District and is known for its charming
East Coast style architecture as exemplified by the Old Aurora Colony Museum complex and eighteen 19th century buildings housing antiques stores, specialty shops and eateries. Our building was the Colony blacksmith’s home and is still true to its original Colony design (but with the thankful addition of full heat in the winter and air conditioning in the summer)! Aurora is a popular tourist destination located on Highway 99E, easily accessed from Interstate 5
(Exit 278). Halfway between Portland and Salem, the town is open all year and is a destination for antiques lovers from all over the world. Aurora was selected by MSNBC.com as one of the “top ten antiquing towns in the US” and by travelchannel.com as one of eight of “America’s Best Antique Shopping” cities. It was recently listed as Oregon’s top antiques destination by House Beautiful and Country Living magazines. find two floors of authentic antiques, with vintage and vintage-inspired goods, from old sewing notions, ladies hats & gloves to large country cupboards rought to us from the East Coast. Advertising, primitives and architectural items are presented on the first floor by Aurora Mills Architectural, one of the nation’s most active salvage retailers and located down the street in Aurora. Upstairs additional dealers offer antiques including furniture, kitchen, glassware and vintage decor.