NHAC father-and-son owners Sam Hackler and Jason Hackler.
20,000 square feet, 2,000 consignors and 200 dealers, all under one roof.
A view of The Gallery at NHAC, featuring fine art & period furniture.
New Hampshire Antique Co-op is New England's best spot to go antiquing. In fact, Yankee Magazine named NHAC #1 for Antiques & Collectibles in 2018. Here you'll find authentic affordable antiques, quality smalls, vintage home decor, collectibles and so much more. There's something to be found for everyone, in all price ranges. With 200 dealers, fresh inventory arrives daily. It's never the same old thing at New Hampshire Antique Co-op.
The shop was founded in 1983 by the Hackler family. As one of the first group shops to appear in New England, NHAC is known for its breadth of expertise, diversity of product and commitment to excellence. Located in Milford, NH, the shop has grown to nearly 20,000 square feet over the decades.
More than 200 dealers from greater New England and beyond exhibit in the shop. Each dealer shares a common passion for the old: whether it be period Federal furniture, ancient Chinese art, sterling silver, Viennese bronze, etc., all areas of interest are covered.
Go antiquing down New Hampshire Antique Co-op's Main Street and Small Treasures Hall. Explore Market Square's dealer offerings and hunt for bargains in the Discovery Barn. View 19th and 20th century fine art in Tower and Upstairs Galleries. Then recharge with a cup of coffee in The Plaza.
New Hampshire Antique Co-op has 20,000 square feet of constantly changing merchandise. Since New Hampshire Antique Co-op is a family-operated business, you will typically find one of the Hacklers present to answer questions about a particular style, area of origin or condition of an object.