Lebanon Antique Mall

Located right off Highway 231, Lebanon Antique Mall is within walking distance from the downtown historic square. The mall features a wide range of antiques, collectibles, furniture, home decor, and handcrafted pieces. Presently under the ownership of Smith County native Chad Williams, Lebanon Antique Mall is up there amongst the best. It currently has around 25 vendors with room to accommodate many more. Chad started his dealings with antiques and collectibles at a tender age when he and his father acquired a baseball card collection of more than 1,000,000 pieces. His recent venture cycles around his love for music with a strong focus on the rejuvenation of the vinyl record industry. If you are looking to deal in custom-built furniture, home goods, or antiques/collectibles, make inquiries from the Mall’s booth rates. This is a great opportunity for a new business looking to start up or someone looking for a new, profitable hobby.

Business hours are Monday through Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m but they are closed on Sunday. Located steps from the historic Lebanon, Tennessee downtown square, we offer thousands of square feet of shopping for every buyer’s need. Because we are a multi-dealer mall, our beautiful store includes a wide range of merchandise. From furniture and primitives to comic books and records there isn’t much we don’t have! Stop by and enjoy the shopping experience! Smith County native Chad Williams recently took ownership of the Lebanon Antique Mall. Currently a junior at Tennessee Technological University who plans to attend law school upon graduation, Williams began his dealings with antiques and collectibles at a young age when he and his father acquired a baseball card collection of over 1million pieces. Since then, his love of the trade has developed into an appreciation for preserving American history through all items while turning into a profitable and enjoyable pastime. His most recent venture involves his love of music with a strong focus on the resurgence of the vinyl record industry.

Currently a junior at Tennessee Technological University who plans to attend law school upon graduation, Williams began his dealings with antiques and collectibles at a young age when he and his father acquired a baseball card collection of over 1million pieces. Since then, his love of the trade has developed into an appreciation for preserving American history through all items while turning into a profitable and enjoyable pastime. His most recent venture involves his love of music with a strong focus on the resurgence of the vinyl record industry.

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