During the week, dealers line Route 20 setting up in between the local antique shops so it becomes a continuous flow of antiques. There is no admission cost again this year which makes it a great time to check out what antiquing is all about. Attending the show during the week offers antique collectors a chance to discover exactly what they’re looking for in a relaxing, slower paced shopping environment. There will be food vendors placed along Rt. 20 to take care of the hungry antique shopper.
There are many places to park throughout the village, some parking lots charge a small fee but there are a couple places that have free parking. The Madison County Visitors Center, located on Rt. 20, offers free parking for up to 200 cars and 20 onsite antique deals to get you started. So get there early and stay all day.
Returning for the 2012 show is the shuttle service. The bus will make seven stops from downtown Bouckville to the Madison County Visitor Center. Now you don’t have to worry about the walking as much, if you get tired, hop on at one of the shuttle stops and ride back to your car.
New this year is the $500 cash giveaway. When you stop into 10 participating locations Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday you will have the opportunity to win $500 in cash from those merchants. Just make sure you visit them all and get
Take advantage of attending the early show during the week, beat the weekend crowds and come experience the largest outdoor antique show in New York State.
For more information on the August Madison-Bouckville Antique Week, visit www.madison-bouckville.com.
Madison-Bouckville Antique Week is part of a great lineup of events in Madison County this summer. For hotels, restaurants and other arts and entertainment venues in Madison County call 800-684-7320 or visit our website at www.madisontourism.com.