Burkholder’s Ever-Green Farm Antiques
Located off the beaten path, just minutes from Adamstown’s famous Antique Row, Burkholder’s Ever-Green Farm Antiques is one of Lancaster County’s most captivating antique destinations. As curators of this must-visit hidden gem, the Burkholders welcome those who appreciate authentic and unique. They carry thousands of varied items that range from primitives to “fancy,” featuring 1800’s antiques through mid-century vintage. Shop specialties include graniteware (enamelware, agate) stoneware, early porcelain, EAPG glassware, bottles, and farm antiques.
With organized showrooms and plenty of room to browse, the shop occupies a newly constructed barn on the Burkholder’s historic 18th century farm, where they are committed to preserving the past and conserving the land.
The smell of lavender wafts throughout the shop..always available for purchase, along with a variety of other dried herbs. Looking for some farm-to-table produce? The Ever-Green Farm grows, wholesales, and retails asparagus, raspberries, and blackberries.
Burkholder’s Ever-Green Farm
705 Franklin Street
Denver, PA 17517
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Open Seasonally from April through end of October
Thursday and Friday 10am until 6pm
Saturday: 9am – Noon
…other days by chance or appointment
Open by chance or appointment from November through March. Call 717-615-0688
Click HERE and Shop the Burkholder’s Ebay Store on any day and any time.
The entire Burkholder farmstead is environmentally friendly, with energy supplied by solar panels on the antique shop’s roof and an active restoration and maintenance project, as a part of the USDA’s Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program.
Our Tour Options…
Throughout the year, several educational tours are available including agricultural methods and conservation practices, history of the farm’s property & buildings, as well as a focus on antiques & heritage. As former teachers by profession, Dan & Margi Burkholder welcome the opportunity engage with those who visit their farm and do it in a way that is both enjoyable and informative.