If you are looking for something to do next month in North Texas, why not go to a vintage market event? There are several such markets that run for one or two days in the year, but one great event is coming up soon not far from Plano! If you have a passion for vintage treasures or just want a fun day with the family, you should be planning a visit to Vintage Market Days.
What’s It All About?
This year’s Vintage Market Days organized by Dallas-McKinney Vintage Market Days will be located at the Myers Park & Event Center in McKinney. The three-day event will be held from November 17 to 19 (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday) from 10 AM to 4 PM.
Something Vintage-y for Everyone!
This popular vintage flea market offers a wide range of stalls, so there is sure to be something that will catch the eyes of every member of your family. Whether you have a passion for antiques, a love of vintage clothing and jewelry, or you want to admire original artwork, you’ll find something to love. The event features vendors of handmade trinkets, seasonal plantings, and even delicious homemade treats. You might go home with some unique décor or find a great deal on outdoor furnishings.
Free for Under-12!
Entry is just $5 for both Saturday and Sunday. If you really want to “get the worm,” check out the first day of the event on Friday, and purchase a 3-day pass for $10. There is no need to book ahead, as you can pay at the gate.
Children under 12 can enter for free! So don’t leave your little ones at home; bring them along! With so many unique things to look at and foods to try, Vintage Market Days is sure to be a hit with the whole family.
Whether you go with the intention of buying something or you simply love to explore unique and unusual items, this market is always a fun day out. Better still, with such a variety of vendors, you may pick up a few surprises for your home or for your loved ones this holiday season!
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