Sunday 4th July 2021
Sunday 19th September 2021
York's Premier Antiques Fair, established over 20 years...
Our longstanding New Year's Day fair is one of four major events we host throughout the year at York Racecourse.
Whether you're buying or browsing, seeking an expert appraisal or wanting some home décor inspiration, there's so much to see and experience at these ever-popular events.
You'll find treasures galore from 20th Century Fashion and Jewellery, to Victoriana, Silver, Retro and Furnishings.
Plus, with around 100 traders from all over the UK, including local artists/makers there really is something for everyone, for all homes and all budgets.
Our visitors love the quirks and nuances of these fairs; the juxtaposition of Porcelain and Glass, Homeware and Upholstery, Timepieces and Militaria.
Many choose to make a full day of their visit, enjoying a light brunch from the onsite restaurant before mingling with likeminded visitors in the hunt for their next purchase.
4th July 2021
9.30am - 3.30pm
York Racecourse, Knavesmire Stand
Entry: All Adults £3.00, Children Free
What to expect
With around 100 stalls over 2 floors, when we say there's something for everyone, for all homes and for all budgets, we really mean it.
Traditionalists or antiquarians might find Arts & Crafts, Mahogany or Oak Furniture, Fine China, Porcelain and Silverware.
Mid-century enthusiasts can look forward to Scandinavian Glass, Art, Pottery and Design. There's probably Film Posters, Old Cameras and some Vinyl records to boot.
Collectors are also well catered for with everything from Postcards and Coins, to Figurines and Ceramics, Costume Jewellery and Textiles, to Teddy Bears and Toys.
Plus there's Industrial Salvage, Gardenalia and Vintage Clothing too.
Once at the Racecourse
Make your way to the Houghton Building for entry into the Fair
Open 9.30am - 3.30pm
Admission: All Adults £3.00 Children Free
"Earlybird" Trade Entry from 8.30am £10 per person
Café / Restaurant
Baby Changing Facilities
Cash Machines (small charge for use)
Antique Fair Guides