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Woodstock Connecticut's Finest Antique Shop


We invite you to explore and shop our
charming, early New England Blacksmith shop.  Housing the finest antiques, furniture, country & primitive items, pottery, collectibles, gifts and unique merchandise for 30 years. Allowing you to browse over 3,800 square feet, on two floors, with 85 plus dealers.

Treat yourself to one of New England's Finest!



About Us & Directions:


Scranton's Shops located at 

300 Rte 169, South Woodstock, CT (860)928-3738

Scrantons122@aol.com


Open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday thru Sunday

from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 

Always OPEN on Monday Holidays! unless it is Christmas or New Years


Closed on Tuesday  &

Closed Friday thru Monday of

Labor Day Weekend


Scranton's Shops reopened in its current configuration as an antique, furniture, collectible, art and craft shop when it was  renovated in 1984 by Asa Robert Scranton IV, aka Bob Scranton. 

Prior to that it facilitated as a blacksmith shop, a bus shop, the post office and an auto repair station.  The Shops became the central fix it and repository for much of South Woodstock. 


Bob passed away on September 24, 1999.  Bob's wife, Gail owned the Shops until December 2, 2005 when it was then sold to Debra and Richard Nielsen. 
                                                                                      

Scranton's Shops celebrated their 30th anniversary in the Spring of 2014.  Though the list of dealers (85+) has changed over the 30 years, there are many original dealers who have found Scranton's Shops to be the one Shop that has stood the test of time.




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