Saturday, March 31, 2012

Come stop at The Magic Shop!

The Magic Shop offers a delightful experience for all...antiques, toys, paintings, lamps, china, and Tivoli radios exemplify the wide variety of items available. Each room offers a selection of unique and beautiful merchandise for the discriminating shopper.
 This time of year especially the Magic Shop in Oldwick, NJ turns into a little spring and Easter wonderland! They open up a secret room for young and old with a rabbit hole door that leads to several vignettes created by the shop that take you to a little magical wonderland!  I took my nieces to The Magic Shop today, and of course left with two delightful stuffed bunnies! I on the other hand left with beautiful taper candles in robin's egg blue and egg designed napkins for Easter.  Although the Magic Shop does have a large selection of European toys, stuffed animals and games, it also has a lovely nursery section, house wares section and a great antique room that boasts artwork, sofas, dining furniture etc.! The Magic Shop is operated for the benefit of Bonnie Brae School, in Liberty Corner, NJ, a non-profit, accredited residential treatment and education center for the youth at risk. For more information, visit

 This lovely shop is only 45 minutes outside of NYC, straight down RT. 78 west to the Oldwick exit. While in Oldwick grab lunch at the delicious Tewksbury Inn, and enjoy the beautiful countryside.
A historic house turned little shop is absolutely charming.

If you want to catch the rabbit hole get here by the 14th of April!!

Sweet entry foyer filled with Steiff animals fill the shelves!

Lovely artwork in the housewares section.

I will just take the table setting to go!!

The Antique section is my favorite. The rugs,  sofas, tables, lighting, and art all fabulous!

One of two Easter sections, with chocolates, books, candles, and stuffed animals.

Enter the Bunny Hole, either by door or by small built in slide!

Mrs. Rabbit cooking in the magic bunny hole room!

Maybe Peter's garden..

My patient nieces allowing me to snap away while they play!

Chicken coop!

Picnic in the hollow!

Little cows in the barn!


  1. Such an adorable shop! See some Beatrice Potter in there.
    Thank you for sharing.
    Happy Sunday.

  2. I was 4 (in 1975) when my mother took me and my little brother (who was 2) to slide down into the rabbit hole. It's a magical memory which has lasted all this time. I'm so glad to have discovered that it continues to bring joy and wonder to children every Easter. Thank you for one of the best memories from my childhood!


    1. Thank so much for reading!! We love the magic shop... I think they gave it the perfect name! Definitely magic for little children.. and adults!


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