Spring Antique Shows: Round Top & Cleburne

There’s more to a Texas Spring than just wildflowers.  With Spring comes some of the best antique shows around.  So if you’re looking for a quick weekend trip to enjoy the countryside and see some fantastic antiques at the same time – consider the following upcoming antique shows.   FYI – the picture to the right was taken in the Round Top area near Shelby a few years back.


Beginning the end of March through the first week of April,  Round Top offers some of the best antique shopping around… Spring and Fall.  There are countless shows and venues to visit, with every kind of antique imaginable from architectural to Victorian.

While in the neighborhood be sure to stop by Old Henry Farm.  No longer ‘the new kid on the block’, Old Henry Farm has grown into a premier venue with  a variety of vendors offering exceptional antiques and collectibles.  At Old Henry Farm, you’ll also find some of the best food around . . .  breakfast to dinner.      Take a few minutes to watch the video below just to see what Old Henry Farm has to offer.




WHIPP FARM Show – Cleburne, Texas

If you’re someone that likes to make plans way in advance, circle April 26 on the calendar.  This weekend is the 26th Annual Whipp Farm Antique Alley Show.  With 25 miles of antiques to see, make the Whipp Farm show your first stop where you’ll find antiques, collectibles, arts, crafts, food plus more.   

For more information on the antique show dates, times and locations, please visit our Antique Show Calendar.   Look for Trade Days and Flea Markets in the area while you’re out  and about – or maybe check out a local auction.  All this information is available online at www.txantiquemall.com



or as I’ve heard it called recently, Staycation.  If you are looking for Texas vacation information, i.e, events, accommodations, lakes, parks, auctions or maybe you just want to take a quick ‘Day Trip’ . . .  visit This is Our Texas where you’ll find all this and more listed by state region. 



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