Texas Antique Weekend, from Fayetteville to Carmine, TEXAS
Everything is bigger in Texas, and its premiere flea market is no exception. Texas Antique Weekend is a twice-yearly chain of shows that spans over 30 acres along Highway 237, at a midpoint between Houston and Austin.
In April and October of every year, thousands of vendors from all over the country flock to Fayette County, to showcase items like Majolica ceramic, mid-century holiday decorations, small Victorian items, ranch oak furniture, and basically everything else in between.
Texas Antique Weekend is not your regular flea market: welcoming more than 100,000 people every time, this epic event regroups dozens and dozens of show sites in and around the communities of Round Top and Warrenton in Fayette County, Texas. This area is located about midway between Houston and Austin, Texas. Antique Weekend Shows are scattered in Carmine, Burton, Oldenburg, Shelby, Fayetteville, and points in between.
Because of its massive size, diverse spread, and semi-annual schedule, there is no such thing as a casual visit to the Texas Antique Weekend. Whether you’re a devout thrifter or an amateur, make a shopping holiday out of it. And to make the most of it, plan your trip well ahead. Check the show’s website for the latest maps, events, dealer list, restaurants, and lodging info.