200+ Ontario Antique Dealers
Welcome to Canada's Largest Quality Antiques Mall—Roadshow Antiques North!
Roadshow Antiques North (Roadshow's 400 Antiques Mall in Innisfil, Ontario) has an amazing assortment of antiques & collectibles from over 200 Ontario Antique Dealers.
New and unusual objects arrive daily at our modern 32,000 square foot antique centre. Be sure to visit our Featured page where we showcase pieces from a variety of our vendors.
There's an Ontario Travel Information Centre—and restaurants, stores and services—just one exit north (Exit 90) at Mapleview Drive in Barrie.
So—if you come with a group or you want to make a day of it — there's something for everyone!
We have wheelchair-accessible parking and barrier-free access. There is also a visitor's lounge & research area and wheelchair-accessible restroom facilities.
We're hosting Outdoor Sales Events the last Saturday of the month beginning in May and running through to September.
Find out more about our Outdoor Sales Events here.
A Huge Assortment of Antiques and Collectibles
Roadshow Antiques has a huge inventory, including advertising collectibles, books, bottles, ceramics and pottery, china, porcelain and glass.
We also stock clocks and watches, coins, comics, ephemera, figurines, furniture, jewelry, lighting, militaria, radios, silver, flatware, toys and games - to name a few! To get an idea of what we sell please browse through our Antiques Gallery.
You're almost certain to find what you're looking for - with a price range for every budget.
Friendly & Expert Staff
Our friendly staff make shopping here a delight! Drop by and say hello to Henry, Jackie, David, Stephen, Michele, Linda, Melanie, Ron, Fred, Charlene, Diane or Marc.
With over 150 collective years in the antique business we can answer your questions and help you find that special treasure.
Roadshow's 400 Antiques Mall has recently been included in a Planned Trip on Days Out Ontario - a trip planning website and travel blog highlighting the best the province has to offer. Click here to see the trip.
We all want to help the environment by going green, and what better way to recycle, reuse and reduce than by buying antique or vintage items?
Just think of the statement you'll make when you purchase antique furniture for your home rather than the all too common particle board type.
What better way to Go Green?