Since the early 2000s, Aztec Events have been organizing the Norfolk Antique and Collectors Fairs for four weekends through the year. These massive antique fairs have garnered quite the reputation as the place to go to find all kinds of collectable and valuable antiques. As a consequence, they have been featured on some of the most loved antiquing TV shows in the UK, which of course draws in the crowds each time they are on. With thousands of wonderful items up for grabs, this is certainly a market that needs to be noted in the calendar.
With stalls setting up in both indoor and outdoor areas, the Norfolk Antique and Collectors Fairs can be enjoyed come rain or shine, which is definitely important for notoriously rainy England! Even in bad weather, bargain hunters are not put off and thousands of visitors will browse through the stalls here on every weekend that the market takes place. There are also plenty of catering areas within this market, so shoppers can cool down or warm up with delicious treats and refreshments and keep energy level high for treasure hunting.
The items for sale at the Norfolk Antique and Collectors Fairs are incredibly diverse. Collectors and avid antique fans will have a field day here, and it is also the perfect place for anyone searching for a unique item or talking point for their home. Among the gems are antique furniture pieces, exquisite ornaments, clocks and other time pieces, vases, toys, bicycles, rocking horses, type writers, telephones and some much more that will have you yearning for bygone days.
The Norfolk Antique and Collectors Fairs is a real celebration of all things antique and historical. Additional services are offered here, such as appraisal of items or even research into family trees. It is the place to come for anyone who enjoys a little history, a story behind their belongings and a great day’s shopping.
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