What makes Baldwin’s Book Barn so impressive? Whether it’s the vast collection of texts that span the Barn’s five levels or the historical aspect of it dating back to 1822, Baldwin’s Book Barn is really a place for everyone of all ages. You can buy used and classic novels for an inexpensive price or you can sell the texts you have. There’s nothing like going to Baldwin’s Book Barn and sitting in its various nooks and crannies, while looking at the owners’ dogs and cats.
Baldwin’s Book Barn is open every day in all seasons. There’s nothing more perfect for the avid reader than traveling to this shop and nestling into a comfortable window nook in this historic, stone building next to the wood-burning stove in the winter and on a nice, breezy day in the summer. Lose yourself for hours in your next favorite novel or studying your new favorite antique.
Built in 1822, Baldwin’s Book Barn was converted from a barn, to a milking house, and later to a home for William and Lilla Baldwin that was also their family book shop. In additional years, it was converted into a country museum, and then to the Book Barn we all know and love.
Including roughly 300,000 used and rare books, manuscripts, maps, paintings, antiques, prints and various collectibles, Baldwin’s Book Barn is perfect for the book fanatic and antique enthusiast.
Baldwin’s Book Barn is located at 865 Lenape Road. For more information, call 610.696.0816 or visit their website.