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The Philadelphia Antiques Show


Experience the finest examples of 17th through 20th century decorative arts, needlework, jewelry and furniture from William & Mary through Nakashima. Explore important artwork, including folk, impressionist, modernist, outsider art and much more at the 2013 Show.

Founded in 1962, The Philadelphia Antiques Show is one of the longest-running antiques shows in the country. It premiered under the direction of its founder, Ali Brown, as the “University Hospital Antiques Show at the 33rd Street Armory in West Philadelphia.”

The Show is now recognized as one of the finest and most prestigious shows in the United States, offering diverse furnishings and decorative arts for both the period and modern American home.

Since the beginning, the show’s committee (now comprised of more than 200 dedicated volunteers) has worked tirelessly to organize, develop and produce one of the best ? and largest ­­? American antiques shows in the world.

General Admission tickets may be purchased at the door or online. The ticket price includes a show catalogue. Tickets are $20 per person at the door, $17 per person online throughout the Show, $17 per person age 65 and over, $17 per person for WHYY members with ID, $15 by subscription on Museum Member Monday, and $12 per person for Penn Medicine employees with ID. A Preview Party takes place on Friday, April 12.

Tickets can be bought here.

For more information call: 610.902.2109.