Shenandoah Antiques Expo

One of the longest-running antique shows in the country, Shenandoah Antiques Expo has been bringing each spring and fall since 1967, more than 300 dealers and thousands of attendees as one of the biggest antique shows in the Mid-Atlantic

One of the longest-running antique shows in the country, Shenandoah Antiques Expo has been going strong since 1967. The show brings thousands of attendees to Fisherville, Virginia, each spring and fall as one of the biggest shows in the Mid-Atlantic.

Antique dealers and enthusiasts alike come to the two-day event to sell and shop for high-end antiques and collectibles. More than 300 dealers are indoors and there are over 100 located outside. Barns, tents, and stalls are packed with a wide range of merchandise, with items dating back to the 19th century to mid-century and beyond.

Presented by seasoned antique show promoters Heritage Promotions, Shenandoah Antiques Expo is a feast for the antique lover and dealers offer up plenty to see. From coins to antique glass, artwork, pottery, toys, rugs and much more, it’s a wide world of dealers and wares from near and far.

The strategic location of Fisherville is convenient to Pennsylvania, Maryland, Tennessee and the rest of the Mid-Atlantic which means an eclectic mix of vendors at each event. Tables and stalls may cater to one particular niche or feature an assortment of items so come prepared to browse for hours. You may see items priced as low as $1 or as high as $500– that’s the thrill of the show, and why shoppers return again and again.

The general admission is $10 on Friday, you also have the option to buy Early Access for another $10. This will allow you to enter while the dealers are setting up on Friday morning and give you a chance to see what’s for sale. Saturday admission is a bargain and runs less than $7. On-site restrooms and an ATM make for an easy shopping experience.

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