The Carlisle Antique Mall, a historic four-story department store originally constructed in 1918 as Montgomery Ward & Company, has a rich and varied history. Over the years, it has been home to several furniture stores, such as Myers Furniture Store, Miller’s Furniture Store, and Andrews Furniture Store. Following a period of vacancy, a Consignment Gallery set up shop in 2005, continuing until 2010. After standing empty for a decade, the building was purchased and lovingly restored by CAM to its former 1920s splendor.

Attached to the antique department store is a 20,000 sq. ft. market space that was initially intended to be an indoor Hupmobile dealership by S. Ralph Eppley in 1918. Throughout the 1930s, the space was occupied by an A&P Grocery Store, which notably offered indoor parking for shoppers. Today, CAM stands as a prominent feature of scenic Downtown Carlisle, boasting an array of 100 dedicated vendors offering a wide range of high-quality merchandise, including primitives, mid-century modern, retro items, up-cycled goods, and industrial pieces.

CAM has garnered recognition as an award-winning venue and invites visitors to step back in time and explore its treasures. Whether you're a history enthusiast, a vintage aficionado, or simply looking for unique finds, the Carlisle Antique Mall promises a delightful experience. Come by and immerse yourself in a world of nostalgia and discovery – we look forward to welcoming you with a smile! ❤️