Round Top, this beloved Texas town that is population 90 on any “normal” day, transforms into a bustling and lively community of 90,000 without losing its nostalgic charm, farmland beauty, and true Southern hospitality.
Round Top is just one of five towns—others being Warrenton, Carmine, Burton and Fayetteville—that host the Round Top Antiques Spring Market with a combined count of approximately 2,600 vendors.
This bi-annual show has grown substantially since its first one in 1968, yet as much as it’s gradually expanded over the years—with a noticeable burst of new venues opening this Spring—it is transforming with authenticity.
The massive efforts by this community of businesses and volunteers help the Show hold true to its roots and make worldwide visitors feel right at home.
The dust has barely settled off our boots from our visit to the six-mile stretch of Highway 237 this week. Although our visit was just for the day, many visitors stay for the entirety of the Show to scour the fields for anything from antique treasures to new designs, all while catching up with friends, and enjoying the food and scenery.
We are sharing our trip notes through snapshots to give you a glimpse of the things and places that caught the MILIEU eye so you can make the most of your visit for the remainder of the Show through April 3, 2021.
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