Summer Antiques Show in Brenham TX

Are you one of those folks that loves to dig through acres of old things, looking for that special item of value, whether sentimental or fiscal? If so, we have a great summer event for you in Central Texas! The Summer Antiques Show is returning to Brenham on  June 8 & 9, 2013. While Brenham is known for antiquing year-round, this summer show brings buyers and sellers from all over the nation.

Explore a wide variety of antiques, collectibles and treasures. Country furniture, glassware, vintage quilts and textiles, western and country items and of course Texana. Along with old things, enjoy some items that are best fresh: the Farmers Market will feature baked goods, kettle corn, preserved pickles, flowering plants and herbs.

All the fun is taking place at the KC Hall on Route 577, 1/4-mile north of Hwy 290 East. Hours for the antique show are as follows: Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. $5 admission.

Other items you can expect to find during the Antiques show in Brenham:

Find a beautiful piece of American history like this stoneware jug

Find a beautiful piece of American history like this stoneware jug

  • Americana
  • Period Furniture
  • Primitives
  • Vintage
  • Collectables
  • Stoneware
  • Pottery
  • Pressed Glass
  • Linens
  • Sterling silver
  • Toys
  • Old Tools
  • Items from the Southwest
  • Estate Sale items
  • Jewelry
  • Advertising and Sports memorabilia
  • Decorative Arts
  • “Found Objects” for the home and yard

Lodging for Your Antiquing Adventure

If you are heading to Brenham for the Antiques show, make sure to check out the wide array of Texas Bed and Breakfasts in this quaint rural town.

No matter where your travels bring you in the great state of Texas, we have member bed and breakfasts scattered throughout the Lone Star State. These innkeepers love to share their knowledge of the region with their guests and will be delighted to share their insights and knowledge with you, when you come to visit!

 

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