Round Top-Warrenton: Texas Antique Weekend 🪑
Twice a year, more than 100,000 people arrive in rural Texas to shop at more than 60 antique, collector, decor and fashion shows in barns, dance halls, under tents and in fields.
You’ll find vintage collectibles, jewelry, apparel, home decor, furniture, architectural and industrial salvage items, guns, antiques and much more.
Antique Weekend 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.
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, Carmine, Fayetteville, Oldenburg, and Rutersville. The nearby “big cities” are La Grange, Giddings, Columbus, Brenham, and Smithville.
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