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Bus Tours

We welcome bus tours to the Eclectic Chic! Grab a bunch of your friends and come check out this one-of-a-kind eclectic destination today!

We have EXPANDED!

We have expanded to 50,000 square feet for you to shop with more than 200 vendors!

Something for everyone!

Antiques, primitives, vintage, art, local food products, and eclectic finds!

Eclectic Eats is open for you

“We had an excellent lunch here and will definitely visit again! Not only was the food great, the man working behind the counter was so friendly! This is one of Oneida’s best!”

A fun VLOG by Flying Roadtrips!

The Eclectic Chic is a MASSIVE consignment-style store in Oneida, NY.

Took mom here on a subscriber’s suggestion and we ended up spending about five hours wandering around staring at fun vintage and, well- ECLECTIC things- it was so fun. Don’t worry, this is an edited version! 😅

We’re Ken & Becky! We live in Central New York and love going to theme parks, historical and unique places around New York State and the surrounding area!

Eclectic Events

Check out our latest events happening at you Eclectic Destination.

red tractor with sign thanking customers for visiting The Eclectic Chic

Visit Us Today!

The Eclectic collection of local vendors offers a constantly changing selection for shoppers to choose from. With over 150 vendors, many of them are always on hand to assist shoppers, offer advice and answer questions on a daily basis.

Stop in, grab a purple cart and start your adventure through our Eclectic aisles. Coffee is always on and by the time you are half way through the shop you will find yourself singing along with the Eclectic selection of music that is always playing.

Our shop is open 7 days a week from 10 am – 5 pm every day. “We have a lot of local vendors, with many varied talents, collections, prims, antiques, foods, wares and more. Shops like this keep our local history and memories alive as you wander from dealer to dealer. It would be most difficult to not find something that reminds you of days gone by.