Cornwall’s Midcentury and Vintage Fair is an annual event taking place over a weekend in October. It takes over three floors of the beautiful Bedruthan Hotel and is a real celebration of all things vintage and retro. As well as the vintage items for sale, there is vintage music playing, vintage cars on display, a vintage beauty salon and a tea room completely decked out in vintage style. It is probably already clear that anyone with the slightest interest in shopping for vintage items, or with just an enjoyment of the vintage era should put this date in the calendar and embrace everything this weekend has to offer.
With plenty going on, Cornwall’s Midcentury and Vintage Fair is a really super family-friendly event. There is a very small entry fee for adults, though children are free, which makes it even more encouraging for the whole family to enjoy the market. The setting of the hotel is perfect too; it is a lovely building to walk around and explore, so of course, it is even more of a treat with such a vintage theme going on.
It can be a little easy to forget that there is so much shopping to be done at Cornwall’s Midcentury and Vintage Fair since there is so much other entertainment going on! Once visitors really start looking at all the goods for sale, they will find it impossible to leave the event empty-handed. Old vinyl collections can be found here, alongside record players, old telephones, jewelry pieces, fabulous clothing collections, furniture pieces large and small, radios, decorative items and so much more.
Parents will have a field day showing their children the antiquated goods on the stalls at Cornwall’s Midcentury and Vintage Fair. They can revel in nostalgia as they spend time explaining what these strange objects were used for! There is definitely something for everyone here, and it is an event that should not be missed.
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