Cornwall is a favorite family destination in England, and Antique Fairs Cornwall provides an antiquing event that the whole family can enjoy. It takes place just twice a year over public holiday weekends in the UK, and has gained in popularity since its inception. The antiques on display here make it an event that collectors keep coming back to, and the additional entertainment makes it a place that families will head to for a great day out. Antique Fairs Cornwall offers something for everyone, which is why this event is still going strong.
Of course, England can not guarantee delightful weather for outdoor events, whatever the time of year, so Antique Fairs Cornwall sets up its stall in both indoor and outdoor locations. This means visitors can take advantage of everything on offer here, whatever the weather. By now there are more than 100 vendors selling their wares here, and thousands of visitors each time, so it is great that the event is so well laid out and easy to navigate for all.
Serious collectors have plenty to admire at Antique Fairs Cornwall. For them, there is the possibility to pay for an extra early entry on the first day of the event too, to have first browse through all the treasures on display. This is something that many collectors will naturally want to take advantage of, so it is lovely to see this option here. It also means it is possible to beat the crowds and enjoy the feeling of slightly more private, quality time with the vendors and their wares.
Antique Fairs Cornwall offers a wide range of antique and vintage items for sale, so much so that anyone visiting here will be hard pushed to leave empty handed. There is also an area of the fair dedicated to children’s entertainment, and plenty of catering stands spread throughout. It is an all round great day’s entertainment, and should definitely not be missed.
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