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Your Online Guide to the
Texas AntiqueWeekend Shows

Antiques, Vintage Collectables, Jewelry, Architectural & Industrial Salvage, Guns,
Home Decor, Apparel & Much More

Twice a year more than 100,000 people arrive in rural Texas, to shop more than 60 antique, collector, decor and fashion shows in barns, dance halls, under tents and in fields.

Welcome to the best single source of online
 information for all things AntiqueWeekend.

Spring Shows: March/April
Fall Shows: September/October

  What is Antique Weekend?   
AntiqueWeekend is a HUGE antique, craft, art and collectible gathering that attracts thousands of dealers from across the country where they are joined by tens of thousands of buyers in the middle of Texas. This is your opportunity to buy from dealers all over the country by coming to one central location. The shows are attended by vendors and dealers from virtually every region of the United States.  more >>>
  Where is Antique Weekend?
AntiqueWeekend takes place in more than a half dozen small rural Texas communities at a midpoint between Houston and Austin.
A broad collection of independent show promoters and local entrepreneurs provide space for more than 2,000 antique, collectible and craft vendors and dealers throughout the several small communities.  maps >>>
  When is Antique Weekend? 
AntiqueWeekend takes place over two and one-half weeks that end the first weekend of April and October each year. What started decades ago as three days now spans nearly three weeks leading many to call it Antiques Week. If the shows continues to grow they may call it Antiques Month some day!   calendars >>>
  Where are the Shows?
Our shows are held in a half-dozen communities near the midpoint between Houston and Austin, Texas. The largest hubs of activity center in, and around, the rural communities of Warrenton, Round Top, Shelby, Fayetteville, Carmine, Oldenburg, and Rutersville.  The nearby "big cities" are La Grange, Brenham, Columbus, and Smithville.  maps >>>
  Places to Stay.
Whether you are looking for a place to park your RV or a quick place to shower and snooze before some serious shopping, or luxurious linens and gourmet food, the accommodations available in the area around the Antique Weekend show sites offer everything you are looking for. But plan early, they fill up quickly!   more >>>
  Places to Eat.
Plan your days at the shows around great places to eat. There is great food in or near every show site. We'll give you information to help you find great barbeque, pulled pork with coleslaw, wonderful salads, sandwiches, and mouthwatering deserts. A great meal, people watching and live music make Antique Weekend more than just shopping!  more >>>
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Last minute updates, FAQs, tips and guidelines to enjoy the shows, weather reports, and some fun collecting ideas, it's all in our newsletter . . . click here to sign up!
  Read the Blog
A weekly collection of information, ideas and inspirations from the AntiqueWeekend bloggers. Ideas using found objects from the fields of Warrenton, trends we see in the fields, Instagramers, Pinners and other blogs we are following, and tips to make your visit to the show sites more fun.   blog >>>
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  AntiqueWeekend Photo Gallery on Flickr
Never been to AntiqueWeekend before? Having a hard time visualizing this amazing event? Wonder what miles of antique show sites look like? Check our photo page. Our professional AntiqueWeekend photographer captures the sites, the stuff and the shoppers to show you what to look forward to!  flickr >>>      Subscribe


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