We can’t wait to welcome you!
We have plenty of parking, both in front and behind the shop.
We can comfortably accomodate groups of 4 to 12 without any advance notice. That being said, it never hurts to call or text if you’re on the way; we’d hate to miss your visit if we happen to step out for some reason. If you have a larger group, we can make special arrangements to ensure that everyone has a good time. Please contact us for details.
The Haunted Antique Shop is based in a century-old Craftsman bungalow. The parking lot in front of the shop isn’t paved; it’s gravel. Our accessible entrance is in back, where the parking lot is paved, handicapped parking spots are available, and there’s a wheelchair ramp to the door.
Photos and Videos
We’re usually happy to allow photos and video recording, but please get permission before you start shooting. We may have other customers who want privacy, or displays that are still in development.
Don’t miss these other haunted DeLand sites
While you’re in DeLand, be sure to check out Woodland Boulevard, our award-winning Main Street lined with charming shops and restaurants. Many of them date back to the city’s pioneer days of the late 1800s—and many of them, as you might expect, are haunted.
For information about visiting DeLand, go to https://visitwestvolusia.com.
We recommend visiting these locations:
Take in a show—from live concerts and theatrical performances to vintage and foreign films—at the historic Athens Theatre in downtown DeLand. This beautifully restored 1922 theater has been revived to its glory days when vaudeville acts reigned on the stage. It serves as the home of the Sands Theater Company and the Storybook Theater Company.
Henry A. DeLand House Museum
137 W. Michigan Ave, DeLand, FL 32720
Take a guided tour through West Volusia’s history. The Henry DeLand House Museum in downtown DeLand is adorned with period furnishings. The history of the area is depicted on the walls by an extensive collection of period photographs. Also featuring the Lue Gim Gong Memorial Gazebo honoring DeLand’s “Citrus Wizard.”
Stetson Mansion, Schoolhouse & Gardens
1031 Camphor Ln, DeLand, FL 32720
The Stetson Mansion is Florida’s first luxury estate, built in 1886 for famed hat maker John B. Stetson. Renovated and updated with 16 original floor patterns, 11 new bathrooms and over 10,000 panes of glass, this private home is open for tours and elegant celebrations. The grand staircase has been graced by the Queen of England, Countess of Portugal and First Lady of the United States. Named “Florida’s Most Popular Attraction” and one of the “Top 10 Places To Visit In Florida” by TripAdvisor, this is a must-see. Reservations are required for all tours.