Spanning an area of 23000 square feet, the 1840’s grist mill has heating and air-conditioning facilities for an all-year-round comfortable shopping experience. You can stop to enjoy the delectable delicacies at the Millside Cafe, located on the premises itself. The food is prepared using farm-fresh items by Donna Sisto, the owner of this riverside cafe. Parking is ample for visitors at the Antique Center. The Antique Center is open from Thursday-Monday and on Holiday Mondays from 10 am-5 pm. Some shops worth mentioning at the Antique center are the Maria McGale’s Mar-Jan Arts on the 1st floor, featuring antique china, sterling silver, and books, operating for 10-years. Joe Happle’s’ Sign of the Times’ booth on the second floor houses holiday collectibles, toys, and antique advertising, especially Coca-Cola relics and sports memorabilia. Sheep Thrills, Bogwater Jim’s shop, Sweet Peas, Gray Rabbit are some of the specialized antique shops if you are looking for some interesting and unique finds.