OUR NEXT OUTDOOR SWAP-N-SELL:
Autumn Swap-n-Sell - October 12 & 13, 2019
Spring Swap-n-Sell - May 16 & 17, 2020
RAIN or SHINE!!
9am - 5pm
30 Plant Street, Ogdensburg, NJ
From Rt. 23, turn on Rt. 517 South (Munsonhurst Road) and follow signs to Sterling Hill Mining Museum.
From Rt. 15, Follow Rt. 517 North toward Franklin/Ogdensburg and follow signs to Sterling Hill Mining Museum.
A nice array of dealers, including local collectors, displaying their finds to fulfill every rockhound's desires!!
"A good old-fashioned Rock Swap, where rockhounds and collectors buy, sell, and trade mineral, rock, and fossil specimens"
Open to EVERYONE! FREE ADMISSION!!
Customers shopping under the big pavilion during the show.
Eager customers browsing long tables of geologic treasures.
PLUS... WHILE AT THE MUSEUM FACILITY.....
Take the world-famous Underground Mine Tour (Admission Required), and
See the Oreck Mineral Collection, one of the finest in the world.
View world class fluorescent minerals.
Visit the Sterling Hill Railroad Park and Caboose.
Mineral Collecting on the Mine Run Dumps with paid Museum Admission!
Snack Bar on Premises!
Museum Gift Shop
JOIN US FOR A GREAT DAY!!
This is a fun and relaxing outdoor show, with vendors featuring rocks, minerals, fossils, gemstones, jewelry, stonecrafts, lapidary rough, and much more! Many of our vendors are local collectors who hand-collected most of their offerings. Learn about geology and talk with local collectors about rockhounding in the Tri-State area and beyond! A GREAT show to start your mineral collection, or add to your mineral display. Admission is always FREE!!! A fun day for all!!!
Our vendor field just before the show opened. Everyone was excited for the show to get rolling!!
We are featured on the Event Calendar at
Spaces are first come, first served. $10 per table set-up fee. No need to reserve spots.
Setup time 7am.
***ALL VENDOR TENTS/CANOPIES MUST BE ANCHORED DOWN.*** Show staff will inspect all tents.
For show info please E-MAIL Jeff Wilson
Please DO NOT call Sterling Hill Mining Museum for information. Thank You.
Table fees collected benefit the NoJMS, a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Educational Organization.