Weston Antiques Show :: A New England Experience

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How does history, art, and community sound to you? Experience all these values on your next trip to our Ludlow bed and breakfast in the beautiful Weston, Vermont area. Described as “One of the best small shows in New England” by The New York Times, the Weston Antique Show is a classic Vermont attraction you should add to your list of activities for your next trip up north.

Weston Antiques Show is one of the oldest shows in the country and is known as one of the best small shows overall. The show has attracted over 85,000 attendees and has raised over $1,000,000 for historic preservation and features an unique array of dealers with various pieces. Be a part of making history and check out what all the excitement is about!

Featured dealers at this show come with a wide range of eclectic antiques of American, English, country, and formal pieces of furniture, accessories, and fine art. The choices are so immense, you won’t have any trouble finding a treasure to take home. One of the most interesting and unique things about this particular antiques show is its location. Dealers will be set up in a Greek revival building with character and charm. Theater walls, paintings in the lobby, and historic furniture and accessories create an environment conducive to appreciating history and enjoying authentic antiques.

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Every year, over 2,000 people travel from all over the country to experience the Weston Antiques Show and to search for the perfect pieces for their homes, one-of-a-kind gifts, or special knick-knacks just for fun. The Weston Antique Show is a group effort and is made possible by strong community support. Small businesses in the area contribute greatly to the show so you will enjoy the efforts of a small town community members who are passionate about coming together to put on this well loved event. A large portion of proceeds from the show get put back into the community and are used to maintain unique aspects of the village of Weston.

Pottery and hooked rugs from South Massachusetts, scientific instruments from Florida, and rare and used books from Maine are just a few examples of antiques that have been featured at past year’s events.

One of the best parts about the Weston Antique Show? It takes place during the peak foliage season in beautiful Vermont. That means you can plan on taking a drive through Weston and surrounding villages to see the red and golden trees during your trip to the show. Add some historic and artistic flair to your next northern fall trip!

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