Fall Antique Festivals in the South

 

Hooray! Hooray! One of my favorite times of year is here — fall. Not only does it mean mulling spices and pumpkin everything, it also means fall antique festival season is here. And that, my friends, is almost as yummy as a pumpkin spice muffin with my pumpkin spice latte while my pumpkin spice candle is burning. Ahhhhhh, sweet heaven on earth…antique festivals.
 
 
Below is a list of festivals that are on my radar. I am more than happy to add your favorite to my list and get it some publicity. Please email or leave a comment and I’ll add it to my list. The only requirements are that #1 It’s an antique festival #2 It’s in the fall. #3 It’s in the South. (Nothing against our neighbors to the north of the Mason Dixon Line, but that’s the theme of my blog, after all.)
 
 
Crabapple Fest Antique & Art Festival (One of my faves! One day only.)
Milton, GA
October 5th10-6
 
Clinch River Antiques Festival
Clinton, TN
October 11 & 12
 
Georgia Apple Festival (This is an apple festival, but the town of Ellijay where it is held has some fantastic antique stores. Have a blast at the apple festival and stop at the stores before you leave.)
October 12-13; 19-20
Elligay, Ga
 
The Chapel Market
October 19, 2013
Pike Road, Alabama
 
Braselton Antique & Holiday Festival
October 26 & 27 Besides the festival, there are 5 antique shops within one block of the festival.
 
Country Living Fair
October 25-27
 
Scott Antique Markets
 
Raleigh Flea Market
Tuesdays, Saturdays, Sundays 9-6
 
 
Lakewood 400 Antiques Market
 
I hope you have a blast antiquing this fall. Be sure to stop by my Facebook page and post some pictures of the treasures you get.
XOXO,
Abby
 
 


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2 thoughts on “Fall Antique Festivals in the South

  1. It's a tiny treasure of a town, isn't it? One year we went intending to go to the Apple Festival, but had so much fun in the shops that we never made it to the festival. LOL

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