Lose track of time in this labyrinth of postwar pop-culture history.. The Scene One of the largest antique shops in town, this mall fills room upon room with vintage housewares. The place opened in 1979, and is the oldest of Columbus' multiple-dealer antique malls.
The Goods This place hosts a pretty good selection of mid-century light fixtures, along with a few chairs from modern designers like Eames and Herman Miller. Vintage dresses hang from several racks scattered throughout the place, and most have mod and op-art designs with price tags of $15 or less. Prices seem pretty fair here: This is a great place to find a gift for someone who's into retro kitsch. Many of the rooms have stacks of LP's and 45's, and surprisingly, the selection of albums doesn't look too picked over. Records are reasonable here: $10 will buy a stack of swinging Bossa Nova records for a swanky get together.