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Porch Office Antiques

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TXmammoo111418 wrote a review Jul 2016
La Follette, Tennessee120 contributions34 helpful votes
I love old goodies. They make the best souvenirs and I found some here. From jewelry to carnival glass to an old Army plaid scarf, I went home with my treasures :)
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Date of experience: June 2016
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ameenehl wrote a review Jan 2016
Houston, Texas28 contributions22 helpful votes
If you like antiques, collectables, or just need some furniture, you should go. There are several cities that participate and it is huge. You can find everything from up scale antiques and repurposed items to flea market finds. If you go to my website obsessive projects.com, and look under Travel Tips, I have a little more in depth information and tips, along with lots of pictures.
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Date of experience: March 2015
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Pops B wrote a review Oct 2014
53 contributions22 helpful votes
Everything is big in Texas. We went to the largest antique show in America. Over six miles of antique booths, buildings and barns. Here you can actually shop till you drop. This show is twice a year in March and October. I recommend it at least once in your life. Wear comfortable walking shoes. It was a blast from the past
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Date of experience: October 2014
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Mikeslots wrote a review May 2014
Graham, North Carolina289 contributions54 helpful votes
We have recently returned from the BIG antique festival that takes place in the Round op Warrenton area twice a year, and had a great time. The event includes almost 70 different shows, in 6-7 different towns, spread over about 30 miles. There are thousands of dealers, and they say over a hundred thousand shoppers. The "official" show lasts about 4 days, but with the continuous preview weekends, and pre-preview weekends, most dealers are actually set up & selling about 18-19 days in a row. The different venues carry virtually every kind of antique known to man, and some flea market items also. It has to be the largest antiques venue in the world, and we highly recommend attending. Prices range from low to high, so you never know what you see, and what it will cost. We will go back, most likely to the springs shows, as we've been told that the ones in Oct can be pretty darn hot ! Bring your most comfortable shoes ! Some shows have entry fees, and some don't. Enjoy ! Mike & Pat
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Date of experience: April 2014
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Sandra K wrote a review Oct 2012
Houston, Texas118 contributions28 helpful votes
Our first trip to Round Top TX & we'll be back but next time we'll def take two days to do it!! The weather was perfect & there were miles of fun treasures to explore. Though next year we're not going to spend our time in the buildings w/the fancy antiques where they write you out receipts & you can use credit cards we're going to drive down the road where it looks more like a flea market or garage sale & folks are selling a wide variety of items from priceless antiques to "artsy crafts." We felt like HGTV or TLC ambassadors : ) Some buildings charged you a fee to enter ($10) next year we won't go to those, like I said we'll drive down the road a bit till we get to the fun shopping!
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Date of experience: October 2012
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