Vermont Antiques Week

Southern Vermont plays host to vendors around New England for an entire weekend of antiques shows. The world famous Vermont foliage provides the perfect backdrop for browsing, learning, bargaining, and more. Drive scenic roads between the shows and take time to get outside while you’re here.

weston antiques show

Weston Antiques Show

Sep. 30 – Oct. 1, 2016
Weston Playhouse, Weston

The New York Times, and locals, call this antiques show “one of the best small town shows in New England.” The show features renowned dealers from across the United States with American and English furniture, accessories, Americana, folk art, silver, paintings, rugs, jewelry, and more. Adult admission $10. Special preview Thursday, Sep. 29, 5–7:30pm for $75.


Okemo Antiques Show

Oct. 1, 2016
Okemo Mountain Lodge, Ludlow

Featuring early American furniture, folk art, smalls, and Americana. New show promoters this year bring an expanded list of dealers to the event. 10am–4pm. Adult admission $10. Head to the Sep. 30 special event from 3–6pm for a unique preview, including food and beverages for $15.


Antiques at Stratton Mountain

Oct. 1 – 2, 2016
Stratton Mountain Base Lodge

A variety of fabulous finds from New England-area dealers fill Stratton’s base lodge. Make time to take a gondola ride to the top of the mountain while you’re there for 360-degree views of colorful fall foliage. Saturday 10am–5pm, admission $10. Sunday 11am–4pm, admission $5. Special preview Saturday 8–10am, admission $15.


Antiques in Vermont

Oct. 2, 2016
Riley Rink at Hunter Park, Manchester

A one-day show featuring local Vermont antiques from a variety of dealers. Make a day out of it by also visiting the Manchester Fall Art & Craft Festival next door at The Practice Tee. 10am–4pm. Adult admission $10. Early admission 8–10am $15.