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Admission? – Admission is $8 for adults at the show doors and free for children 15 and under. We accept cash or checks with ID. There is no advance ticket office, but a discount coupon is easily available in advance. Each discount coupon or show postcard is good for two admissions at the discount. Admission is good for coming and going on both days. Be sure to have your hand stamped for re-admission.
Where can I learn about merchandise coming to the show?
Sign up as a fan of the show on Facebook to receive pictures of show merchandise and breaking news. For more information, follow the show blog, which includes interviews with exhibitors, reflections on why do we like antiques and what do we do with them? The blog reprints the popular series “Antiquing with Della,” one family’s adventures in the antiques trade, from the perspective of the youngest member of the team.
Show Mail List? –Sign up on our email list now to receive show news and a sneak peek video of the show the day before the show opens. At the show, sign up for the mailing list to receive an invitation in the mail next year.
Will there be food? Fort Worth’s own Coburn’s Catering will offer food and beverages at the show, including lite breakfast, BBQ, sandwiches and more. www.coburnscatering.com
Do you deliver or ship? Yes, Roll’en Hills Moving & Delivery will provide local delivery and nation-wide shipping. You can visit them at the show front lobby desk. Call 281-726-2631. www.rollenhillsmovinganddelivery.com
What about bad weather? Yes, the show will go on! For rain, snow or ice, you may want to drop your passengers off at the front or north entrances to the show and then go park. See Parking for tips. For a weather emergency, find updates on this website or call 817-291-3952.
Where can I learn more about antiques events? Visit the show’s literature table for free publications on antiques, appraisers, antique shops, auctions and shows.
Can I bring a pet? No, Will Rogers Memorial Center allows only service animals.
Do I have to bring cash to shop? Dealers in our show accept cash, checks with proper ID and some also accept credit cards. There is an ATM in the show lobby.
Will there be appraisals? No, we do not offer appraisals. However, if you have an antique that you wish to sell or want to find an appraiser for, bring a photo to share with show exhibitors.
Is this really an event for children? Children love this show and they will long remember the experience of visiting the show with you and all the history and beauty that they saw and touched.
Who was Dolly Johnson? And What is the History of the Show?
In 2009 JJ Frambes sold the Dolly Johnson Antique Show to Jan
Orr-Harter, who renamed it "The Fort Worth Show of Antiques
& Art." In addition to working on the Dolly Johnson show staff for six years, during the last 20 years Orr-Harter has promoted antique shows in New York City and served as Staff Writer for the Marburger Farm Antique Show in Round Top, Texas. Raised in Fort Worth, she is also the owner of Hot Tamale Antiques in Aledo, Texas.
For more info see www.go2antiques.blogspot.com
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The 54th Annual Fort Worth Show of
Antiques and Art - Jan Orr-Harter, Show Director