Prescott Antique Show, Vintage Market

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May 26 & 27 at Findlay Toyota Center

Check it out! The annual Prescott Antique Show & Vintage Market is returning on Friday and Saturday, May 26 and 27, to the spacious Findlay Toyota Center in Prescott Valley. It is just 15 minutes to the cool pines of Historic Old Town Prescott.

This popular indoor event is the largest of its kind in the Southwest with over 32,000 sq. ft. of shopping space. Visitors and vendors from throughout the region will find fine quality antiques, collectibles, fine art, vintage furniture, repurposed home décor and architectural items, Native American jewelry, baskets, and rugs and all things Americana!

Early Bird show hours are on Friday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. with Early Bird admission of $15. Hours on Saturday are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with General Admission of $5. Children 12 and under are admitted at no charge. It is cash only at the door and there is an ATM located on the premises. Plenty of free parking is available in close proximity to the event with convenient drop off near the entry doors.  

For additional information—including vendor applications—visit or email

The Prescott Antique Show & Vintage Market has its origins in the late 1980s (originally called “Antiques on the Square”) and held in downtown Prescott, growing from several hundred in attendance to several thousands today.  Sponsors of the show for the past 18 years have been Thumb Butte and Yavapai chapters of the Questers. 100% of show profits are donated to area preservation and restoration projects. The Questers is a non-profit international organization whose mission is to preserve and restore historic sites, buildings and artifacts – and to educate the public about its heritage. Two recent Questers projects include:

• The Questers Women’s Suffrage Traveling Exhibit – a free 6 panel, life-size exhibit featuring the history of the Women’s Suffrage Movement / 19th Amendment.  Suitable for exhibit at schools, museums, special events and available state-wide.

• The Keepsakes Roadshow, modeled after the popular Antiques Roadshow, is a free program where people come together in their venue of choice to share stories about their treasured keepsakes.  No appraisals are given. This “show and tell” trip down memory lane is always fun and informative!  Suitable for 55+ communities and other groups.

To schedule a Questers Women’s Suffrage Traveling Exhibit or Keepsakes Roadshow, email

Downtown Prescott Activities

You can also enjoy traditional Memorial Day shopping and entertainment in downtown Prescott.

Visit the Phippen Museum’s 42nd annual Western Art Sale and Show at the Prescott historic downtown Courthouse Square, then walk across the street to the Prescott Off Street Festival (both free to the public). You will definitely want to browse the numerous antique stores on Cortez but don’t miss the shops on Gurley – Patina, Pastime Pleasures, Liberty Lane and Prescott Antiques – or the Cowgirl Country Antiques on South Montezuma, voted “Best of Phoenix” and “Best of Yavapai County.”

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