Antique lovers flock to Nashville each February to shop from a wide assortment of antiques and collectibles. This was the first year without The Heart of Country Antiques Show at Opryland Hotel, but many of their dealers could be found at the Tailgate-Music Valley Show at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds in Nashville.
The Fiddler’s Antiques Show at the Fiddler’s Inn on Music Valley Drive in Nashville kicked off the 5 days of antique shopping. You’ll find quality antique furniture to primitives, antlers to linens, chippy paint and quilts along with vintage and collectibles. www.fiddlersantiqueshow.com
The Tailgate-Music Valley Antiques Show & Vintage Marketplace opened February 12 at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds in Nashville. This show is all inside, encompassing several of the fairground buildings that are connected with enclosed walkways. Dealers from across the country bring their treasures including fine quality antique furniture and accents, country furniture, primitives, and vintage provide something for all shoppers to enjoy. http://www.tailgateantiqueshow.com/
Located in the walkway between the shows was a yummy snack and great Valentine idea…(I got a mixed bag for hubby).
The Two Hearts Antiques and Crafts Show started February 13 and ran through Sunday the 15th at the gorgeous historic Two Rivers Mansion on McGavock Pike in Nashville. You get a tour of the mansion and the 1802 house while shopping for antiques, vintage and quality hand-crafted items. http://www.friendsoftworiversmansion.org/
I hope you enjoyed your virtual tour of Nashville Antique Week February 2015! If you didn’t get to visit this time, don’t worry… they’ll be back!