One blistery night in December, Old Wagon was the
last to arrive with settlers who had just crossed the Great Divide. The inclement
whether made travel east impossible, so Old Wagon was unable to continue
on its journey. Even as passengers were let out in Broomfield and Westminster, Old Wagon would continue on until it sought refuge behind Marshalls in
Famine and sickness forced Old Wagon to stay in Northglenn for longer than desired. Yet by the time all the passengers were ready to travel, known desired to do so. So Old Wagon made this community, which would become known as Northglenn Square, its home. Overwhelmed by the hospitality shown its passengers, Old Wagon has been a loyal occupant of Northglenn Square ever since.
Seriously, Old Wagon opened
its doors for the first time on December 4, 2008, as Old Wagon Antiques
& Collectibles. The changing inventory of the mall was not quite
described by "Antiques & Collectibles," so when the name Old Wagon
was sold in March 2013, it became known as Old Wagon Antique Mall.
We have a variety of merchandise, both antique and new. Check our new Consignment Room.